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Visitor guide to understanding Canadian Culture

Published on: Feb 11, 2020 | Tags: Canada eTA Uses, Canadian Culture

Introduction Canada is the northern neighbour of the United States on the North America continent. Canada is the second-largest country in the world by total land and water areas, yet it is sparsely populated. Canada touches the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. This positioning gives Canada a lush maritime environment in the provinces that touch the oceans.…

Canada eTA for Tourism Purposes

Published on: Sep 30, 2019 | Tags: Canada eTA Uses, Canada eTA Requirements, Canada eTA Rules

Introduction A Canada eTA is an electronic travel authorization that can be used by tourist travellers visiting Canada. Travellers will need to hold a passport from an eTA eligible country. The types of tourism activities an eTA can used for include holidays, sightseeing, visiting family or friends, partaking in a school trip, or other social activities. Similarly, an…

A sharp rise in Canada eTAs and Visas, despite ongoing challenges

Published on: Jun 04, 2019 | Tags: Canada eTA Uses, Canada eTA Application Form, Canada Visa

Introduction Since 2015 and according to a national government report, Canada visa applications have more than quadrupled, testing the Department of Immigration's ability to respond to these. The applications recently flooding in include temporary resident visas provided to temporary workers, visitors and students. A sharp rise in visa and eTA applications According to…

Can a Canadian eTA be used for transit purposes?

Published on: Aug 31, 2018 | Tags: Canada eTA Eligibility, Canada eTA Uses, Canada eTA Transit

Introduction What can you use a Canadian eTA for? Generally, an eTA is thought of as a tourism document. But can it also be used for other purposes? If you want to enter Canada for transit, business, or other purposes, you’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll discuss how you can use your eTA once you cross the border into Canada. For more information, you can visit the Canadian…