The international travel restrictions Canada has in place are now extended to the end of November.
Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Bill Blair announced that the federal government has renewed its international ban on non-essential travel for another month.
This impacts all non-U.S. international travel.
The federal government has now extended temporary travel restrictions and the Mandatory Isolation Order for all non-U.S. travellers unless their travel is non-discretionary.
This will stay in effect until November 30 when the ban could either be lifted or renewed once again.
There are also still restrictions at the Canada-U.S. border for non-essential travel between the two countries until November 21.
If that agreement is extended to December, that would make it nine months with the border being closed.
One premier doesn’t want the border with the U.S. to be reopened until 2021.