Big news for those travelling across the border, abroad and beyond later this fall. According to a new report by The Globe And Mail, Canada might drop its COVID vaccine travel requirements for those entering the country – but we’re not out of the woods yet.

While it has yet to be finalized by the cabinet, a source recently told the publication that changes for all arrivals by land, air and sea will be made by September 30th – which is major for those who re-enter frequently.

After all, this means that by the end of this month, people coming into Canada will no longer need to show their vaccination records.

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In addition, it will become optional to upload their information to the ArriveCan app.

Masks, however, will still be required on airplanes and trains – but we’re inching closer to the old normal, friends.

As always, we will keep you updated as more information comes to light.

If all goes to plan, it will only be a matter of time until we get an official statement from the federal government.