If you are eligible to enter Canada, fully vaccinated or not, you will be allowed to enter Canada as long as you meet other mandatory requirements. However, starting July 5, 2021, eligible travelers who are fully vaccinated and eligible travelers to Canada who meet other mandatory requirements, are no longer required to quarantine at home or stay at an authorized hotel.
Are you eligible to travel to Canada?
COVID-19 Travel Restrictions are still in place in Canada. Only certain individuals are allowed to travel to Canada as this time. To find out if you are eligible to enter Canada, use this online wizard tool: https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/wizard-start
Accepted Vaccine in Canada
Currently, only the vaccines manufactured by the following are accepted by the Government of Canada:
If you are eligible to travel to Canada and you are fully vaccinated with SINOVAC, you are still required to undergo quarantine for 14 days.
Source: Government of Canada is easing its border.
The government of Canada have just launched a temporary public policy to facilitate the granting of permanent residence for foreign nationals in Canada, outside of Quebec, with a recent credential from a Canadian post-secondary institution. Applications will be accepted starting May 6, 2021 and 40,000 International Student Graduates will benefit from this.
Read here for more details: Temporary Public Policy to Grant PR Status to International Students.
The present virus pandemic spreading around the world has exposed serious Financial Problems for families worldwide. The Philippines has not been spared of Financial Problems.
Unfortunately Filipinos are left on their own to solve their financial problems. There is very little the government can do to help in times like this. Filipinos do not have a Government Safety Net to fall back on for help as they do in advanced Western Countries.
It's been over a year now since the pandemic started and we're still on lockdown and it's uncertain when will this end. How long can your family sustain this? Do you have the safety nets? What is your plan?
Those who moved to Canada are also affected by the pandemic. But they don't worry about hospital expenses because they have the Universal Healthcare System. Workers affected by the pandemic are receiving CAD 500/week as emergency response benefits. Now, compare that with the PHP 1,000 that the Philippine government is planning to give as a subsidy. Sad, isn't it?
But you have a choice to change your family's future. Immigrate to Canada!
For 2 years now, we received a Platinum Award from Fanshawe College. But this certificate is special. We were recognized as Outstanding Fanshawe College Partner and the certificate was signed by Fanshawe College President himself, Peter Devlin!
Thank you, Fanshawe!
College of New Caledonia, located at Prince George, British Columbia, is one of the top destination of Filipino International Students because of its lower tuition and cost of living in the city. The school also offer various programs to chose from.
Learn more about College of New Caledonia by attending this free webinar on March 6, 2021, Saturday from 10AM to 12PM. Register here.
If you're a Filipino, you definitely would know someone who is working as as contract worker abroad (OFW). It could be a member of your family, a friend, a neighbor or someone you knew from school or work. That is how huge the number of OFWs is. But the question is, why do they work abroad away from their families?