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Canada now requires ETA for travel or transit

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As a Canadian this doesn’t affect me but I’m sure there are some Fodorites who need to be aware of the new requirements, effective March 15. First I heard of it was an email from Cathay Pacific. Note: this does not apply to US citizens. Details here:

If the system works as smoothly as the one for acquiring an Australian ETA it shouldn’t be a problem. Also, in the news today, an announcement that work is underway to streamline border crossings between Canada and the US. Sounds like this is intended mainly to facilitate commercial traffic, but anything that reduces lineups is good.

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