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Transportation

News
October 27, 2021  

CDC says guidance still to come on whether U.S. to require land-border COVID-19 test

By James McCarten WASHINGTON — Border authorities in the

News
October 25, 2021  

Fire on cargo ship in B.C. under control but not known how many containers burned

VICTORIA — Officials don’t yet know how many containers

News
October 13, 2021  

After 19 months, U.S. land border to reopen to vaccinated Canadians in November

By James McCarten WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated Canadian vacationers

News
October 12, 2021  

U.S. to accept travellers immunized with vaccines approved by WHO, FDA

Not yet clear whether those with mixed doses will make the cut

News
October 6, 2021  

Canada makes vaccines mandatory for public servants, air and rail workers, travellers

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — The core public service,

News
October 6, 2021  

Pilot killed as helicopter goes down on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast

SECHELT, B.C. — One person has been killed in

News
October 5, 2021  

Little room for error when towing banners by plane, ex-pilot says after Quebec crash

By Morgan Lowrie MONTREAL — It’s too soon to

News
October 4, 2021  

Off the rails again: Ottawa’s troublesome trains keep jumping the tracks

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — The gravel strewn across

News
October 1, 2021  

Pandemic-fuelled rise in passenger misbehaviour taking toll on flight attendants

By Amanda Stephenson CALGARY — Passenger disobedience, rudeness and

Feature
September 29, 2021  

Can your employer ban you from work after travelling?

Canada’s airports have seen a busier summer, and people

News
September 29, 2021  

Travellers to P.E.I. to be tested for COVID-19 at its borders starting Thursday

CHARLOTTETOWN — Rising COVID-19 cases in Atlantic Canada and

News
September 22, 2021  

Man, 67, dies after tractor rolls into ditch: OPP

TAY TOWNSHIP, Ont. — Police say a 67-year-old man

News
September 20, 2021  

Saskatchewan government proclaims Sept. 20 to 26 ‘Rail Safety Week’

The Government of Saskatchewan has officially proclaimed Rail Safety

News
September 7, 2021  

Made-in-Saskatchewan device protecting highway workers

Automatic flagging assistant keeps labourers out of harm’s way

News
September 1, 2021  

U.S. warning about travel to Canada mainly for benefit of unvaccinated: CDC head

WASHINGTON — The head of the Centers for Disease

News
August 27, 2021  

Canada to be added to U.K.’s ‘green’ travel list

OTTAWA — The United Kingdom is moving Canada to

News
August 23, 2021  

N.S. requires N.B. travellers to show vaccine proof because of rising COVID-19 cases

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is imposing isolation requirements this

News
August 23, 2021  

United States extends border restrictions for Canada, Mexico to Sept. 21

OTTAWA — The United States extended its restrictions on

News
August 17, 2021  

Nunavut suspends travel bubble with N.W.T. as COVID-19 cases jump to 34

IQALUIT — Nunavut has closed its travel bubble with

News
August 12, 2021  

Feds say vaccine passports for foreign travel will roll out in early fall

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino