Monitor Your Health
Any passenger presenting symptoms of COVID-19 will be denied boarding for 14 days or until a medical certificate is presented that confirms symptoms are unrelated to COVID-19. Please contact the Public Health Agency of Canada for further information.
If you start having symptoms of COVID-19:
- Isolate yourself from others.
- Immediately call the public health authority and describe your symptoms and travel history and follow their instructions.
Essential vs. Non-Essential Services
Effective on March 20, 2020 at 11:59pm, all non-essential travel is restricted between the Canada and United States border. Click here for more information.
Use this interactive map to see where you can travel.
Canadian Travel Advisories
For inquiries directly related to their flight or travel plans, we advise guests to check the Government of Canada website for the most up-to-date Travel Advisories and to contact their airline directly.
For further information on COVID testing requirements and travel restrictions when travelling from Canada to another country, click here.
Effective midnight (11:59 PM EST) February 3, 2021, in addition to proof of a negative pre-departure test, Transport Canada will expand the existing international flight restrictions which funnel scheduled international commercial passenger flights into four Canadian airports: Montréal-Trudeau International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Calgary International Airport, and Vancouver International Airport. The new restrictions will include scheduled commercial passenger flights arriving from the United States, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America, which were exempted from the previous restriction. Private/Business and charter flights from all countries will also be required to land at the four airports. Flights from Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon and cargo-only flights will remain exempt.
For the most recent updates on affected flights in Saskatchewan, visit the Government of Canada website. Learn more here.
What to expect
Click on the PDF image here to learn more from Transport Canada about the passenger journey.
Click here to review the Public Health Agency of Canada's Travel Tool Kit.