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Vancouver International Airport just told travellers to arrive early due to ongoing delays they are facing as a result of staffing shortages.

If you have a trip planned, you may experience a longer-than-normal wait time at the airport. Luckily, YVR shared some tips for anyone travelling.

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What's something that you were craving to do after restrictions were lifted? A Toronto Redditor posted a wholesome callout asking for people to share what "thing" they really wanted to do during COVID-19 lockdowns and were finally able to take part in.

COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions took a major toll on the activities and experiences available to Torontonians, but as restrictions have eased, life has begun to return to a cautious new normal, and many people are dipping their toes back into old and new passions.

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For the first time in a long time, I took a vacation outside of Canada. I headed to sunny Mexico for ten days and packed everything I needed in my trusty Bigger Carry-On from Away ($325).

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This Essay article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

From a young age, one of my main goals in life has always been to experience travelling while working full-time at my dream job. You know, be a digital nomad just like any other Millennial wishes to be.

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On Monday, April 19, Premier Ford's new Ontario border restrictions went into effect.

This means that those travelling in and out of Ontario from Manitoba or Quebec will now be stopped by enforcement officials at various border checkpoints, in an effort to curb inter-provincial travel.

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