Archived Newsletters

July 2022


As announced by the federal government, on June 20, 2022, the requirement to present proof of vaccination to board a flight departing a Canadian airport for domestic and outbound travel has been lifted from the check-in process.

Though proof of vaccination is not required to fly throughout Canada, many international destinations still require vaccination, testing and other COVID-related documentation for entry.

 As a reminder, it is still mandatory for all travellers entering Canada to continue to submit their contact information, travel details, vaccination status and quarantine plan in ArriveCAN within 72 hours before their arrival to Canada. (see article below)


Flying on Air Canada?  Here's how to prepare for your rip.  Review the latest travel requirements, Covid restrictions, testing and vaccinations for travel, mask requirements and the answers to your frequently asked questions.  Check out our Travel Ready Hub - click the link below.

Travel Ready hub



Please refer to WestJet's Get Travel Ready hub for everything you need to know before you go. WestJet's destination requirements tool can help determine applicable travel restrictions, visa and vaccine requirements, re-entry requirements into Canada, testing resources specific to your trip and more.




Effective July 1, 2022, you must make a reservation for your vehicle at Park 'N Fly locations across Canada.  Your Uniglobe Travel Advisor can book this for you along with all your other travel requirements.  You can also use the link below or the one on our website to access the Uniglobe Travel discounted rates at Park 'N Fly.

Reservations can be made as little as a couple of minutes prior to your arrival at the lot!  If you do not have a reservation, the discounted rates will not be honoured and you will be charged full rack rate.

Here's the self-serve link to book  or call Uniglobe to secure your parking spot with our discounted rates.




The federal government is making "improvements" to ArriveCAN so that it's "faster and easier" to use in an attempt to reduce airport delays and wait times.

Travellers arriving at Toronto Pearson or Vancouver Airports will be able to save time by using the Advance CBSA Declaration optional feature in ArriveCAN to submit their customs and immigration declaration in advance of arrival.  Beginning June 28, 2022, this option will be available on the ArriveCAN mobile app in addition to the web version.

Frequent travellers are also encouraged to take advantage of the “saved traveller” feature in ArriveCAN. It allows a user to save travel documents and proof of vaccination information to reuse on future trips. The information is pre-populated in ArriveCAN the next time the traveller completes a submission, which Ottawa says will make it faster and more convenient for repeat arriving passengers.

Travellers must use ArriveCAN and submit their information within 72 hours before their arrival in Canada.

Not using ArriveCAN could mean being denied entry into Canada, not being eligible for the fully vaccinated travel exemption, facing additional delays at the border for questioning and potentially being subjected to fines or other enforcement actions.