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Canada lifts Covid-19 global travel advisory

The Canadian government ended its advisory against nonessential foreign travel.

Canada sets dates for travel vaccine mandate

The Canadian government announced it will require most commercial rail, air and ship passengers to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of October.

The strong ties between Costa Rica and Canada

Costa Rica and Canada have a history of strong diplomatic ties.

Canada calls snap elections: How to vote from Costa Rica

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced snap elections for September 20 to seek a new mandate to steer the nation's pandemic exit, much to the dismay of his rival parties

Canada to require vaccine for air travel

Canada’s vaccination requirement for the transport sector should be applied by the end of October at the latest.

Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian readers!

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving from all of us at The Tico Times! 

Canada helps protect vulnerable sectors in Central America against pandemic

The Canadian fund has financed projects in vulnerable communities and populations and promoted human rights in 120 countries over the last 30 years.

Air Canada passengers delayed for 32 hours in Costa Rica, including nine on runway

Nearly 300 Air Canada passengers have a nightmare flight before it even leaves the ground at Juan Santamaría.

Canadian expats in Costa Rica hope to regain right to vote

Joan Dewar, a Canadian citizen who has been living outside Grecia, Costa Rica since 2005, got a rude surprise when she tried to vote in federal elections from abroad in 2011.

Canadian hockey humiliation looms

Canada as the birthplace of hockey faces the humiliating prospect of not fielding a team in the upcoming National Hockey League championships for the first time in nearly half a century.
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