New answers tagged

4

As a Canadian citizen, you are entitled to enter Canada and do not need to obtain any permit. However, there are at least three problems with your plan: Your refusal to get vaccinated puts you, your family, and the communities you will travel through and stay in on both sides of the border at unnecessary risk. Many people, not least including many in Canada,...


1

As a Canadian citizen, you are allowed to enter Canada for any reason, no matter if you are entering by land or air. However, like everyone else entering Canada, you are subject to quarantine and COVID-19 test requirements. As I understand it, you have to provide a COVID-19 test from within 72 hours of your entry to Canada, and be subject to a mandatory 14-...


3

It's unlikely option 2 will work. You can certainly buy a car, if you bring enough cash, but you will not be able to insure and subsequently register it without taking residence in Canada. Option 3 might be feasible: typical car insurance in Canada covers not only the car's owner but also "occasional drivers" using the car with the permission of ...


0

Passenger trains in Canada are not as efficient as in Europe. Rent a car. It will make your travel more free and fun. You can then plan your itinerary and add stops in places you want to go and see that trains do not go; you can stop for pictures and lunch and see things. Make certain you can drop off the car at any dealers, for example, you don't want to ...


Top 50 recent answers are included