Travel in Canada

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asked Mar 27, 2022 in Camping/RV by Fricher5 (130 points)
Hi all. Just got back from a trip to Canada a month ago. The country inspires me to do new things. And since I'm an artist it's essential for me. I want to go back there permanently. Help me how to do that.


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answered Mar 28, 2022 by sayinghitoyou (5,520 points)
I would also love to travel to Canada but it can be harder now due to the Covid-19 restrictions.

However you still can enter Canada but you have to go through some hoops.

According to the rules about traveling to Canada.

Foreign nationals without a valid negative pre-entry COVID-19 test result, proof of a previous positive molecular test result, or who have symptoms of COVID-19, will be denied entry into Canada.

All travelers arriving in Canada are required by Canadian law to respond truthfully to all questions.

Travel to Canada: Requirements for COVID-19 vaccinated travellers.

Starting April 1, 2022, pre-entry tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada by land, air or water.

Until then, follow the pre-entry test requirements. You must still use ArriveCAN before and after April 1.

Air passengers traveling to the US are required to present a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery.

Airlines must confirm the negative test result or documentation of recovery for all passengers before boarding.
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answered Mar 28, 2022 by KarlospH (140 points)

I'll tell you my story. It is very similar to your question. I myself lived in New York for 20 years. I worked for a logistics company and in my spare time I traveled a lot. One of my last countries was Canada. I really liked it there. I went skiing a lot. Because I like sports. I didn't want to leave. And I've been living in Canada for two years now. My friends and acquaintances helped me with immigration. I also consulted with an immigration consultant. Now I have been living in Canada permanently for about half a year. I found a good specialized job. I am happy with everything. If you have any questions. Ask me, I will be glad to help and answer. I hope I helped you somehow. Good luck.

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answered May 24, 2022 by Kroverl (2,960 points)

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answered Feb 21, 2023 by Kroverl (2,960 points)

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answered Jul 20, 2023 by emmaevans (140 points)

Canada is indeed a beautiful country. It has beautiful modern cities and incredibly beautiful nature. I liked the city of Calgary, which I visited a few months ago, I spent 2 days there and then decided not to stop only in this city, so I rented a car here at and went further along interesting routes and really there were so many more interesting things outside

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answered Oct 25, 2023 by IsabelBarbeau (140 points)
Yes you are right Canada is just amazing, I came to Canada in the beginning of 2022 and just loved it. At that time it was scary for me to live in canada, because there was snow everywhere and the temperate was -35 c. It was freezing cold and i was not prepare for that. But after a month i used to that cold and can go outside without any worry. There is a lot of things you can do in Canada if you are a adventurous person. So most travellers like Canada because of its vastness and landscapes.

If you want to permanently settle in Canada then the only option you have is to apply for Canadian PR, but if you have a visitor visa you can travel to canada any time. You can check your eligibility for canadian PR by checking the IRCC website.

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