Travelling in & to Canada

Domestic Travel

  • The Government of Canada announced that, on June 20, 2022, vaccination will no longer be a requirement to board a plane in Canada.
  • Some other Canadian provinces and territories do have quarantine restrictions. Passengers are responsible for knowing the rules of their final destinations. Please consult your airline or the provincial government website of your destination, for additional information. 
  • There are no restrictions for travellers returning to Saskatchewan from another province. 

International Travel 

  • Effective April 1, 2022, fully vaccinated travellers, arriving at land, air or marine ports of entry will no longer be required to complete a pre-entry test for entry to Canada. For partially or unvaccinated travellers who are currently allowed to travel to Canada, pre-entry testing requirements are not changing.
  •  Unless otherwise exempt, travellers who do not qualify as fully vaccinated must continue to provide proof of an accepted type of pre-entry COVID-19 test result:
    • a valid negative antigen test, administered or observed by an accredited lab or testing provider, taken outside of Canada no more than one day before their initially scheduled flight departure time or their arrival at the land border or marine port of entry;
    • a valid negative molecular test taken no more than 72 hours before their initially scheduled flight departure time or their arrival at the land border or marine port of entry; or
    • a previous positive molecular test taken at least 10 calendar days and no more than 180 calendar days before their initially scheduled flight departure time or their arrival at the land border or marine port of entry.
  • Effective April 25, 2022, the pre-entry test requirement was removed for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children (aged 5-11) who are travelling with an eligible fully vaccinated adult who provides the required proof of vaccination.
    • Partially or unvaccinated children aged 5-11 who are travelling alone, or with an adult who does not qualify as fully vaccinated, will continue to be required to provide a pre-entry COVID-19 test result.
    • Partially or unvaccinated children aged 12 and older who are travelling with an eligible fully vaccinated adult will still be required to provide a pre-entry COVID-19 test result.
  •  Unless otherwise exempt, all travellers eligible to enter Canada who do not qualify as fully vaccinated will continue to be tested with COVID-19 molecular tests on arrival and on Day 8, while they quarantine for 14 days. This does not include partially or unvaccinated children under 12 accompanying fully vaccinated eligible adults who are no longer subject to quarantine requirements. 
  • Vaccination:

    • Permanent residents of Canada who are fully vaccinated will need to download the ArriveCan app before they return to Canada. Then they need to upload their vaccination proof to the app before they return to Canada. 
    • To learn more about ArriveCan, click here.
    • For information about requirements for travellers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, please visit the  Government of Canada for the most up to date information.