Canadian citizens and temporary residents in Canada are no longer allowed to travel to the United States unless they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. On January 22, 2022, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) prohibited unvaccinated foreign nationals travelling into the US from Canada and Mexico to cross the land borders. This decision can impact many Canadians who work in essential occupations and travel to the US on a regular basis. Particularly, trucking companies can find it difficult to deliver goods across the border.
- Canada continues to tackle the forced displacement issue in the Americas
- Thunder Bay issued 15 recommendations under the RNIP
- Job vacancies in Canada have hit a new peak
- Ottawa to ease vaccine requirements and make ArriveCan optional
- Canada to launch a new TR2PR program
- IRCC transitions to 100% digital applications for permanent residence programs