No matter where you’re flying from, you’ll need to follow Canada’s new travel restrictions to be able to enter the country.

As of January 21, there are no longer any exemptions to the country’s latest incoming travel restrictions.

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The Government of Canada strongly advises Canadians against non-essential international travel. Transport Canada

Prior to this date, travellers departing from places like Haiti, Barbados, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas were not required to show a negative COVID-19 test prior to boarding.

These spots, among a few others, were granted an extension to account for certain COVID-19 testing limitations.

However, this is no longer the case and now travellers from all countries are now required to show the necessary documentation to be able to board a flight to Canada.

This is one of the reasons the Government of Canada continues to urge against all non-essential travel outside of the country right now.

On multiple occasions, officials have warned that the new restrictions could result in Canadians getting stuck outside Canada and unable to return home.

In addition, Justin Trudeau recently revealed that official travel rules could be changed, updated or made stricter with no notice whatsoever and therefore he urged anyone with an upcoming vacation abroad to cancel it.

Parliament is officially in session as of Monday, November 22, and Canada's Usher of the Black Rod had a very important part to play in the ceremony.

If you're wondering what exactly it is that Black Rod does (that's the genuine short version of his name, by the way), he's the person at the beginning of the throne speech who ceremoniously leads the Senate Speaker's parade.

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If you live in Canada, you probably already know how beautiful our country is, and this TikTok shows off some stunning sights in one particular province.

Jake and Kaylee (@theglobewanderers on TikTok) are a Canadian couple who wander the globe and post enviable videos along the way, but their post highlighting five spots you need to see in Alberta is proof that you don't need to leave the country to be blown away by nature.

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7 Things I Did Not See Coming When I Applied To Be A Permanent Resident In Canada

I didn't realize how random the English test was going to be!

Hundreds of thousands of people become permanent residents in Canada every year — but if you've been through the process, you'll know that it's anything but straightforward.

As a U.K. citizen in full-time work in Canada, I was able to apply as an Express Entry candidate (you'd think express means it'd be quick, right? Wrong).

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Sudbury Is Putting More Public Health Measures In Place After 'Rapid Rise' Of COVID-19

Some public health measure will come back into effect on November 10.

The Greater Sudbury area is experiencing a "rapid rise" in COVID-19 cases, and health and city officials have decided to bring back recently removed public health measures.

Greater Sudbury, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, and Public Health Sudbury & Districts' medical officer of health have collectively decided to bring back public health measures "to limit the spread of the virus, protect community health, and protect the health system," according to a press release.

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