Vacation / Wedding
Traveling outside of Canada, you must carry valid passport along with your travel documents.
Some countries will not permit entry if your passport is not valid for more than 6 months upon arrival.
Check for visa requirements
Check if you require immunizations or any medication for your trip. Visit Travel clinic website for more current information.
Arrive early at the airport, due to increased security this can lead to longer waiting times for passengers.
Insurance – make sure you have medical insurance coverage for travel. Even if you are travelling within Canada, your home province health care will only cover a small portion of these costs.
Cancellation Insurance – strongly recommend purchasing trip cancellation insurance as most of the travel bookings are non-refundable.
Watch for travel advisories, can obtain current information from Department of Foreign Affairs website.
Always reconfirm your flight times before departure
Do not leave your luggage unattended at any time
Check your baggage allowance as some carriers charge fees for checked baggage
Always carry your medication with you in properly labelled containers
If you require any assistance like a wheelchair at the airport– you must inform agent at the time of initial reservations
Carry photocopy of a passport with you separately from your passport and travel documents, also leave one copy with family or friend at home.
If your passport is lost - you must report immediately to the nearest Canadian Embassy
Tell someone to check on your house regularly while you are away from home.
Always leave your flight details and contact number at the destination with a family before you travel.
Advise your credit card bank of your travel plans.
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