Update: If you’re flying back into Canada, you’ll need to show a negative PCR test result before you board the plane - and as of today, you’ll need to take another PCR test when you land. You’ll then have to wait at an approved hotel, at your own expense, for your test results.
If your results come back negative, you’ll be able to quarantine at home. This quarantine is mandatory and will be enforced. If your test results come back positive for COVID-19, you’ll be required to immediately quarantine in designated government facilities.
If you’re returning through our land border, you’ll also need to take a PCR test when you arrive. This is on top of the negative test result you must show from the 72 hours before your arrival. Toward the end of your 14-day quarantine, you’ll be required to take another PCR test.
Whether you’re returning by land or air, you’ll need to submit your travel details and contact information through the ArriveCAN app before you arrive. You must also submit a suitable quarantine plan. For more on the measures now in place, click here: travel.gc.ca/travel-covid

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22 Feb
Mise à jour : si vous revenez au Canada par avion, vous devrez présenter un résultat de test PCR négatif avant de monter à bord et, à compter d’aujourd'hui, en subir un autre à l’atterrissage. Vous devrez ensuite attendre vos résultats dans un hôtel approuvé, à vos frais.
Si votre résultat est négatif, vous pourrez faire votre quarantaine chez vous. C’est une quarantaine obligatoire, et elle sera appliquée. Si votre résultat est positif, vous devrez vous placer immédiatement en quarantaine dans des installations désignées par le gouvernement.
Si vous revenez par voie terrestre, vous devrez aussi subir un test PCR à votre arrivée, en plus de montrer le résultat négatif du test que vous aurez subi dans les 72 heures avant votre retour. Vers la fin de votre quarantaine de 14 jours, vous devrez subir un autre test PCR.
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16 Feb
When it comes to keeping Canadians safe from gun violence, we need more than thoughts and prayers. We need concrete action. That’s why, today, we’re introducing new legislation with stronger measures to combat gun violence. Here’s what we’re proposing:
We’ll combat intimate partner and gender-based violence, and self-harm involving firearms, by creating “red flag” and “yellow flag” laws. These would allow concerned relatives and friends to apply to the courts for the immediate removal of an individual’s firearms.
We’ll increase penalties for gun smuggling and trafficking, and make sure officers have the resources they need to keep illegal firearms out of the country. We’ll create new offences for altering the cartridge magazine of firearms and tighten restrictions on importing ammunition.
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16 Feb
Les pensées et les prières ne suffisent pas pour protéger les Canadiens contre la violence par arme à feu. Des mesures concrètes s’imposent. Voilà pourquoi on dépose un projet de loi qui prévoit des mesures plus strictes à cet égard. Voici ce qu’on propose :
Pour combattre la violence conjugale et fondée sur le sexe et l’automutilation au moyen d’une arme à feu, on va créer des lois « drapeau rouge » et « drapeau jaune » pour permettre à des proches inquiets de demander aux tribunaux la saisie immédiate des armes à feu d’un individu.
On va alourdir les peines pour la contrebande et le trafic d’armes à feu, aider les agents à garder les armes à feu illégales hors du pays, créer des infractions pour la modification du chargeur d’une arme à feu et resserrer les restrictions visant l’importation de munitions.
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29 Jan
Update on our border: We have some of the strictest border measures in the world, and today we’re strengthening them. ⤵️
Starting this Sunday, non-essential trips to sun destinations - Mexico and the Caribbean - will be cancelled until April 30th. Air Canada, Air Transat, Sunwing, and WestJet have agreed to suspend service to these locations.
We are also strengthening measures to better control international flights. Starting next week, all international passenger flights must land at the following four airports: Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.
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29 Jan
Mise à jour concernant nos frontières : nos mesures frontalières sont parmi les plus strictes du monde, et aujourd’hui, on les renforce encore. ⤵️
À partir de dimanche, les voyages non essentiels vers les destinations soleil, soit le Mexique et les Caraïbes, seront annulés jusqu’au 30 avril. Air Canada, Air Transat, Sunwing et WestJet ont accepté de suspendre leurs services vers ces destinations.
On renforce aussi les mesures visant à mieux contrôler les vols internationaux. À compter de la semaine prochaine, tous les vols internationaux de passagers doivent atterrir aux quatre aéroports suivants : Calgary, Montréal, Toronto et Vancouver.
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28 Dec 20
Over the past nine months, we’ve created a number of benefits to get you, your family, and your business the help you need - and while the year may be coming to an end, these supports are not. For a summary of what’s available, check out the thread below. ⤵️
If you’re directly affected by COVID-19 but you’re self-employed or don’t qualify for Employment Insurance, there’s the Canada Recovery Benefit. It’ll provide you with $500 each week for up to 26 weeks. To learn more and apply today, click here: bit.ly/2JfdecW
If you can’t work because you’re sick or need to self-isolate due to COVID-19, there’s the Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit. If you can’t work because you’re taking care of a loved one, there’s the Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit. More details here: bit.ly/39tVx3Q
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