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Canada Travel Advice

Banff

Proof of COVID status

All travellers over the age of 12 years old are required to carry proof of double vaccination plus photo ID.
The NHS Covid Pass is accepted as proof of vaccination and you can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website. This will need to be uploaded to the ArriveCAN app.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children aged 12 to 17 years of age are subject to the 14-day quarantine, and all testing requirements for pre-entry, arrival and Day-8 tests, whether or not they are accompanied by travellers who qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller. Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 can enter Canada with a vaccinated parent or guardian but must adhere to strict guidelines which are avaliable on the canadian Gov website

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No unless you can not socially distance
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your proof of COVID status.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? No
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You will be required to wear a mask in public areas.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

PCR & Rapid Antigen testing available in Banff at the Alpine Medical Clinic at Bear Street Mall (taxi or walking access from hotels). Local charges apply.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be a Jonview representative based in resort.


Lake Louise

Proof of COVID status

All travellers over the age of 12 years old are required to carry proof of double vaccination plus photo ID.
The NHS Covid Pass is accepted as proof of vaccination and you can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website. This will need to be uploaded to the ArriveCAN app.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children aged 12 to 17 years of age are subject to the 14-day quarantine, and all testing requirements for pre-entry, arrival and Day-8 tests, whether or not they are accompanied by travellers who qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller. Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 can enter Canada with a vaccinated parent or guardian but must adhere to strict guidelines which are avaliable on the canadian Gov website

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No unless you can not socially distance
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your proof of COVID status.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? No
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You will be required to wear a mask in public areas.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

PCR & Rapid Antigen testing available at the Lake Louise Medical Clinic or in Banff town (taxi or walking access from hotels). Local charges apply.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be a Jonview representative based in resort.


Mont Tremblant

Proof of COVID status

All travellers over the age of 12 years old are required to carry proof of double vaccination plus photo ID.
The NHS Covid Pass is accepted as proof of vaccination and you can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website. This will need to be uploaded to the ArriveCAN app.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children aged 12 to 17 years of age are subject to the 14-day quarantine, and all testing requirements for pre-entry, arrival and Day-8 tests, whether or not they are accompanied by travellers who qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller. Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 can enter Canada with a vaccinated parent or guardian but must adhere to strict guidelines which are avaliable on the canadian Gov website

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No unless you can not socially distance
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your proof of COVID status.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? Yes there are restrictions on some events and apres
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? From the 31 Jan restaurants and bars can reopen for inside dining with 50% capacity masks and proof of vaccination remains in place
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? Yes
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You will be required to wear a mask in public areas.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

PCR & Rapid Antigen testing available at Riviere-Rouge, a 40 minute drive from resort. Local charges apply.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be a Jonview telephone representative service.


Whistler

Proof of COVID status

All travellers over the age of 12 years old are required to carry proof of double vaccination plus photo ID.
The NHS Covid Pass is accepted as proof of vaccination and you can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website. This will need to be uploaded to the ArriveCAN app.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children aged 12 to 17 years of age are subject to the 14-day quarantine, and all testing requirements for pre-entry, arrival and Day-8 tests, whether or not they are accompanied by travellers who qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller. Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 can enter Canada with a vaccinated parent or guardian but must adhere to strict guidelines which are avaliable on the canadian Gov website

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No unless you can not socially distance
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your proof of COVID status.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status with a BC Vaccine Card.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status with a BC Vaccine Card. Venues like bars that do not serve food will be closed and restaurants have some limitations to numbers seated at tables
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status with a BC Vaccine Card.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You will be required to wear a mask in public areas.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

PCR & Rapid Antigen testing available at the Town Plaza Medical Clinic in Village North, Whistler. Local charges apply.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be a Jonview representative based in resort.