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Le temps des Fêtes est souvent synonyme de voyages : que ce soit pour se prélasser dans le Sud ou rejoindre sa famille à l'autre bout du monde, nombreux.euses sont les Québécois.es à prendre l'avion pendant la période de Noël. Afin d'éviter les files interminables, sache que l'aéroport international Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau de Montréal a une série de recommandations pour que ton vol se passe bien.

Notons que depuis le 1er octobre 2022, les voyageur.euses qui arrivent au Canada n'ont plus besoin d'être vacciné.es contre la COVID-19 pour entrer au pays, ni même de faire un test de dépistage ou une quarantaine.

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Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) is gearing up for what could be its busiest holiday travel season since before the COVID-19 pandemic and, to help, the airport is sharing some pro tips to help make the passenger experience less stressful during this time of the year.

Since a rather chaotic summer, Pearson has steadily unveiled a list of new measures that are meant to help reduce wait times and ease the burden for anyone making their way through Canada's busiest airport.

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The union representing Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) workers has revealed that there could be "significant delays" when Canada's travel restrictions are lifted.

During a House of Commons committee meeting on September 27, officials joined to talk about the potential impacts of ArriveCAN on certain sectors following the announcement that travel rules are changing.

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Happy last day of summer (boooo!) — Andrew from Narcity here! ☕

Off The Top: Now that TIFF is behind us, it's time to break down what really matters. No, not that 252 films were screened overall — including 37% directed by women and 38% by BIPOC folk, as one release touts; the big revelation is that maybe only half of the celebs walking the red carpet actually knew how to pronounce "Toronto" the right way.

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If you could wave a magic wand to fix one thing at Toronto Pearson Airport, would it be to cut how much time you wait in line?

Well, the Toronto-based airport just shared a tip that could save international fliers some time at the customs line — and all you'll need is your phone.

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