Last Friday, Trudeau announced a series of new international travel rules in Canada, several of which have already come into effect.*\nIn addition to flight suspensions, changes at Canada's major airports, and new hotel quarantine measures, Ontario's premier has also introduced mandatory COVID-19 tests for all international arrivals at Toronto's Pearson Airport. \nEditor's Choice: 32 Popular Canadian Snacks That You Can't Buy In The United States\n\nOntario is mandating on-arrival testing for international travellers at @TorontoPearson airport effective February 1, 12:01 pm. We need to address the risks associated with #COVID19 variants. Learn more: https://t.co/28zTaMEfSU pic.twitter.com/Q3phi1XEjg— Doug Ford (@fordnation) January 30, 2021\n\nAs of Monday, February 1 at 12:01 p.m., these travellers will be required to undergo COVID-19 testing before they can exit Toronto's major airport.\nThis comes into effect just one day after Canada suspended all flights to and from Mexico and Caribbean countries until at least April 30, 2021.\nIn addition, international flights are only permitted to land at four major airports in Canada.\nThese include Montréal-Trudeau International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Calgary International Airport, and Vancouver International Airport.\nWhile this measure has been in place since March 2020, it has been expanded to include the U.S., Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America — all of which were previously exempt.\n\nComing into effect as early as this Thursday, February 4, international travellers arriving in Canada will have to quarantine in a hotel, at the traveller's expense. \nThey will be required to remain there for three days, or until they receive a negative COVID-19 test result, at which point they can go home for the remainder of their 14-day quarantine.\nThose who fail to comply could face fines of up to $750,000 or even jail time.\nThe Canada-U.S. land border remains closed to non-essential travel. This closure has been extended ten times, with the latest extension set to expire on February 21, 2021.\n*This article has been updated.