Border-city mayors, tourism industry leaders and other critics say it’s time to ditch the ArriveCan app.

Canadian and foreign visitors are required to use the app or an online portal to submit their vaccination information to the Canada
Border Services Agency before entering the country.

The mayors of Sarnia and Niagara Falls, Ontario, are urging the federal government to stop requiring travellers to navigate a
pre-clearance process many find frustrating and confusing.

They point out that similar rules don’t exist for travellers entering the U-S, especially now that Ottawa is lifting the COVID-19
vaccination requirement for domestic and outbound international travel.

(The Canadian Press)

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