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This will make travel much much more easier 😃 The federal government will replace mandatory 14-day quarantines with rapid COVID-19 tests for international air passengers. Calgary Airport has been selected to trial the pilot project then it will be implemented in the other hubs (Vancouver, Montreal, ...

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This will make travel much much more easier 😃 The federal government will replace mandatory 14-day quarantines with rapid COVID-19 tests for international air passengers. Calgary Airport has been selected to trial the pilot project then it will be implemented in the other hubs (Vancouver, Montreal, ...

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He's one of the airline review/bloggers I follow (like him more than sam chui as he's more frank I find) Maybe not the smartest decision when he started small trips within Europe last month but hope hes ok which he should be as he's pretty young https://instagram.com/stories/thenonstopdan/2425703576...

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He's one of the airline review/bloggers I follow (like him more than sam chui as he's more frank I find) Maybe not the smartest decision when he started small trips within Europe last month but hope hes ok which he should be as he's pretty young https://instagram.com/stories/thenonstopdan/2425703576...

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This is the first travel bubble arrangement between the two cities that will allow essential travel and tourism without quarantine but the potential cost of $600USD for each traveller on top of the usual expenses will probably still be a deterrence to many tourists. for leisure travel, I'm not sure ...

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https://financialpost.com/news/economy/eu-may-shut-door-to-travel-from-canada-allow-singapore-visitors The European Union plans to remove Canada, Tunisia and Georgia from its list of countries whose residents should be allowed to visit the bloc amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to EU official...

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Thinking about spending time out west with the kids from January-Feb/March. Current ideas are Victoria or outside of the city (but can still be close). Would like to work remote, remote learning for the kids, and share our beautiful country with them, outdoor activities, milder climates for the wint...

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,wanna try when safe to cross border again https://cleantechnica.com/2020/10/10/ni ... ctric/amp/

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https://www.viarail.ca/en/help/faq/COVID-19?question=button-q2#medical-certificate As of November 9, individuals with a medical condition or disability that makes it difficult to wear a mask must provide an official medical certificate along with a government-issued photo ID. The medical certificate...

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Even though travel advisory informs canadian not to travel to china, you will always get people not listening and flying in and out of china. Do you still get harassed and forced quarantine at your costs? Please share your experiences.

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... tentative itinerary: Aug 24 Toronto to Mont Tremblant (2 nights) -> Quebec City (2 nights) -> Tadoussac (2 nights) -> (between Tadoussac & Toronto 1 or 2 nights)? -> Toronto I have been (14 years ago) to all the above places once & Montreal few times. Any other place I should add/replace from the ...

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Transat is saved from bankruptcy looks like with AC agreeing to go through with the deal at around 1/4 of original price and AC allowing Transat to borrow additional 250M https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-air-canada-agrees-to-acquire-transat-at-at-a-reduced-price/ ...

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I have no intention of traveling for leisure by air until 2022 or even 2023, but considering travel planning for fun, to find something I enjoy to look forward to, and so that when I do intend to travel, I'll be able to jump on it quicker as a fair amount of my in-depth planning will already be done...

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Hi I'm looking to book a hotel for the first time since covid started and have a question about covid-19 safety. In a hotel, is heated air going into a room a possible medium for particle (possibly carrying covid virus) transmission? Does there exist a standard or certification for covid-19 preventi...

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Any recommendations?

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Hi, I visited to Hinstville, Muskoka and enjoyed lakes, greenery and beeches. Now I want to visit another place for 3-4 days. Can someone advise which is the best places to visit 1-3 hrs drive from Toronto to staty 3-4 nights and have good lakes, beeches etc.

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Cross border essential worker - flown cross border dozen times since March. Typically fly American Airlines because they provide better over all status, even for Canadians. Booked a direct flight on September 9th for today YYZ->DFW via Aeroplan assuming it would be sensible to use some of my points....

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Starting November 2,2020: https://www.westjet.com/en-ca/travel-in ... s:facebook

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Hi RFDers, I am planning a trip to Jasper and see some lakes. Can anyone recommend good rental car companies around Calgary International Airport? Thanks!

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Updated October 10th 2020 at the Canada Immigration website. If you have a brother or sister in Thailand, China, Jamaica or Mexico (or anywhere) they can come to visit you in Canada, in the middle of the pandemic, I'm not sure if they need a Covid test or not. They must be over 18 years of age. ***E...

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Hi, I was just wondering if anybody has traveled to Europe recently and if so, what insurance provider did you use? I heard good things about Seven Corners but I'm just curious if anybody can share their personal experience(s).

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Hey guys I'm looking to go on a 3-month vacation starting Jan. Is there any countries that are open and relatively safe for travel? I think Thailand is open and Indonesia is not. Maui (USA) is open. I'm into nature, off the beaten path, drive-across-country type of vacation.

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Cross border essential worker - flown cross border dozen times since March. Typically fly American Airlines because they provide better over all status, even for Canadians. Booked a direct flight on September 9th for today YYZ->DFW via Aeroplan assuming it would be sensible to use some of my points....

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Hi RFDers, I am planning a trip to Jasper and see some lakes. Can anyone recommend good rental car companies around Calgary International Airport? Thanks!

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... it, the drive form Sault St Marie to Thunderbay has several nice scenic sights. Since I will be driving, I guess it is reasonable to leave 1 day each for drive to and back from Soo. So, this brings up the question - How many days I should leave aside to enjoy the natural sights between ...

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Starting November 2,2020: https://www.westjet.com/en-ca/travel-in ... s:facebook

europe

He's one of the airline review/bloggers I follow (like him more than sam chui as he's more frank I find) Maybe not the smartest decision when he started small trips within Europe last month but hope hes ok which he should be as he's pretty young https://instagram.com/stories/thenonstopdan/2425703576...

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Hi there, I just booked a trip to Europe in the summer and I am thinking of purchasing a travel insurance for trip cancellation in case I decide not to go because of the virus situation in Italy. Am I covered for the airfare? I haven't book any accomodation yet. Thanks.

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My colleague and I were selected for an apprenticeship in Vancouver for about three months in the coming year, which could be anytime, and we were to find a place in advance as the company did not provide it. So we searched for shared accommodation and came across plenty, but we don't really know if...