The Government of Ontario announced Thursday it’s providing one‐time payments of $10,000 to $20,000 to support eligible small travel and…
Despite government regulations, hundreds of private aircraft from abroad have landed in Canadian airports without quarantine hotels, and that has some crying foul.
Tuesday, Ottawa’s Minister of Transport, Omar Alghabra launched $700 million in funding to help Canada’s airports recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New research by the Globe & Mail shows that most of the recent flights landing in CDN airports with positive-testing pax are inter-regional, not international.
Canada’s Minister of Transport and other members of the Canadian government are announcing new funding and projects supporting Canada’s airports later today.
Transport Canada has fined two passengers thousands of dollars after discovering their pre-departure COVID-19 tests were fraudulent.
ACTA has heard clearly from its member travel agencies and independent travel agents across Canada that without a roadmap to…
Developing US guidelines may give CDNs hints about what our own resumption of travel could look like – certainly for travel in the States.
Reports have picked up on MP’s appearing to expose weaknesses in the federal government’s hotel quarantine strategy.
There are concerns that problems with at-home testing required of CDN arrivals may result in non-compliance – and the possible transmission of COVID in Canada.