Border services resume at a number of small Canadian marine vessel reporting sites, airports of entry and ferry terminals

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will proceed with the resumption of service at various small marine reporting sites, airports of entry and ferry terminals over the coming days and weeks. This follows the coming into force of new public health measures affecting travel to Canada for fully vaccinated United States (U.S.) citizens and permanent residents on August 9.

The CBSA services will resume on three different dates, as follows:

As of 23:59 EDT on August 24, 2021:

Small marine vessel reporting sites 


  • Bluffer’s Park Marina
  • Bronte Outer Harbour Marina
  • Fifty Point Marina
  • LaSalle Park Marina
  • Mimico Cruising Club
  • National Yacht Club
  • Port Credit Yacht Club
  • Royal Canadian Yacht Club
  • Toronto Island Marina
  • Whitby Yacht Club


  • Club Nautique de Cap-aux-Meules
  • Club Nautique du Chenal
  • Plaisanciers du Havre
  • Quai Richelieu

Airports of entry


  • Billy Bishop Toronto city Airport
  • Lake Simcoe Regional Airport
  • Muskoka Airport
  • Oshawa Airport


  • Charlevoix Airport
  • Trois-Rivières Airport

Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Deer Lake Regional Airport
  • Stephenville International Airport

Nova Scotia

  • Port Hawkesbury Airport

New Brunswick

  • Charlo Airport


  • Edmonton International Airport (increase of hours to 24 hours, 7 days per week)

As of 23:59 EDT on September 6, 2021:

Ferry Terminals


  • Point Alexandria (Wolfe Island Ferry)
  • Pelee Island


  • Alaska State Ferry Terminal
  • Belleville Terminal
  • Blackball terminal
  • Washington State Ferry Terminal

Small marine vessel reporting sites 


  • Lakeview Park Marina
  • Lock “I” Port Weller
  • Miller’s Creek Marina
  • Port Colborne City Dock
  • Sarnia Bay Marina
  • Scudder’s Marine

And as of 23:59 EDT on September 19, 2021:

Ferry Terminal


  •  Walpole Island Ferry
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