Vehicles wait to enter Canada at the Canada-U.S. Thousand Islands border crossing in Lansdowne, Ont., on Nov. 8, 2021. (The Canadian Press/Lars Hagberg)
by Rachel Emmanuel
September 30, 2022
New data shows more than 1.65 million travellers entered Canada this year without using the ArriveCan, which the government had made mandatory to enter into Canada. The use of the app will be made optional starting on Oct. 1.
The controversial app required travellers entering Canada to upload proof of vaccination, health, and travel information before arriving at a port of entry.
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