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Federal Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos has announced that Canada will not renew COVID-19 border measures beyond September 30. That means that as of October 1, testing requirements, quarantine and isolation rules, and the mandatory use of the ArriveCan app will end.

Duclos said the expiration of the measures after September 30 will in effect "remove all COVID-19 border requirements for all travellers entering Canada." He added the government "reserves the right" to reinstitute measures as the COVID-19 situation changes.

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Although Canada's travel restrictions have become less severe, that doesn't mean Canadians can just up and go wherever they please — at least not for right now.

The Government of Canada has issued an array of travel warnings for Canadians to follow, alerting them of various destinations that travellers should avoid completely or exercise a high degree of caution when visiting.

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Planning a trip to the United States soon? It's best to brush up on some updated rules. The vaccination measures set in place at the Canada-U.S. border have since been extended by the American government for Canadian travellers.

On April 21, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that the United States would be officially extending the temporary vaccine requirement for non-American travellers heading to the U.S. by land or port entry.

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Canada has changed its border measures — officially allowing travellers to enter the country without requiring a negative PCR test. Despite travel now being a little less stressful, that doesn't mean you can just jet set off to any country.

The Government of Canada has issued a number of travel warnings regarding many countries worldwide.

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As COVID-19 restrictions ease across the country, Canadians are eager to begin travelling again. Luckily, the Canadian border measures have officially changed as of April 1, 2022, and you can now travel with a little more ease.

The federal government announced on March 17 that Canadians can reenter the country without needing a negative pre-entry COVID-19 test as of today. But this doesn't extend to everyone!

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If you're on the hunt for a Government of Canada job that pays nearly a six-figure salary, then we've got you covered! The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is looking to hire various positions across all of Canada, and you could earn up to $99,277.

With Canada's border measures having changed and travel picking up, the CBSA appears to be in need of some extra help.

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Now that Canada's border measures have changed, it's the perfect time to take a vacation! Luckily, WestJet announced it is offering a sale on flights in celebration of its 26th birthday. The sale allows you to travel to an array of destinations including Mexico, France, England, and within Canada, too.

If you were looking for a sign to travel, this is it! With this sale, you can fly to Paris for as little as $303. Yes, Paris for $303.

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