Border Crossings and Travel Documents
Canada Border Services Agency provides up-to-date information on wait times for Canada-bound commercial traffic and private travellers at 22 Canada–U.S. land border crossings.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada publishes detailed information about the travel documents visitors require. Citizenship and Immigration Canada tracks processing times for temporary resident visa applications at its offices around the world. It also provides up-to-date information on fees for various types of applications.
Conventions, Meetings, Trade Shows and Exhibitions
Canada Border Services Agency helps meeting planners and organizers connect with federal departments to learn about border-crossing requirements early in the planning process.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada provides complete information for meeting organizers on visa and entry requirements.
Tour Groups from China
Canada was granted Approved Destination Status by China in December 2009. This designation allows Chinese tour groups to visit Canada. In addition, Canada may now advertise directly to Chinese consumers. The Tourism Industry Association of Canada accredits tour companies that want to work with the Chinese travel trade to bring groups of visitors to Canada from China.
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