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10 November, 2016 -

Entry requirements for Canada have changed. Find out if they apply to you.

In addition to your valid passport, you will also need:

  • a valid Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)*, or;
  • a valid visa, or;
  • a valid Permanent Resident Card (PRC)

See Canada.ca/eta for complete details. 

*Holders of a valid Canadian passport, Canadian Permanent Resident Card (PRC) or Canadian visa, as well as U.S. citizens, are ineligible for an eTA and must present their original documents for travel.



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Experience the Canadian winter with our frequent flights from the UK to Montreal in the province of Quebec and to Toronto in the province of Ontario.

Winter playgrounds in Quebec and Ontario

Here are a few of our favourite things to see and do so you won’t be left out in the cold this winter!
  • Dogsledding

    Once upon a time, dogsledding was a means of transportation for Indigenous peoples, but today it has become a must-do winter excursion in Canada. Tours are guided, but the more adventurous can also learn to mush their own team. Imagine… gliding across a snowy landscape with only the sound of panting huskies to break the silence of the wilderness. Unforgettable!
  • Snowmobiling

    Zip through fields and forests of white on a snowmobile! Quebec and Ontario, both large provinces, have thousands of kilometres of trails to explore. Many snowmobile outfitters offer guided tours with all the gear you need to enjoy this popular Canadian activity.
  • Nordic Spas

    Chill in the great outdoors, even when it’s cold outside, with a trip to one of the many Nordic spas in Quebec and Ontario. Experience a deep sense of relaxation and eliminate toxins and improve blood circulation with hot-cold cycles. Breathe in the crisp air and admire the magical, frosted landscapes all around as you indulge in a toasty hot tub.

Winter playgrounds in Quebec and Ontario

  • Niagara Falls

    Don’t miss these impressive falls, less than two hours from Toronto. They’re even more spectacular when they’re all dressed up for winter! When the temperature plunges, the surface of the waterfall partially freezes and a thick cloud of mist rises from the basin below. A natural spectacle of striking beauty.
  • Mont Tremblant

    North of Montreal, majestic Mont Tremblant and the provincial park named after it are a perennial favourite with nature lovers. Take a hike on its trails and you might spot several species of birds, a white-tailed deer and maybe even an elk! Mont Tremblant also boasts a renowned ski resort and a charming pedestrian village with shops, cafes and good restaurants.
  • Ice hotel

    Ever thought about spending a night in a luxury igloo? If so, check into the Hôtel de Glace, near Quebec City. This ephemeral hotel seduces with its snow vaults and ice sculptures. You’re welcome to just visit and enjoy a cocktail served in a glass made from ice. A shuttle will take you back and forth from Old Quebec.
  • Ski and snowboard

    Canada is a winter wonderland for powder hounds! Quebec and Ontario boast many ski resorts and the conditions are awesome for hitting the slopes. If you prefer the tranquility of snow-covered woods, cross-country skiing is an accessible way to tour most large nature parks. Blue Mountain in Ontario and Mont Tremblant in Quebec are two of our favourite winter sport resorts.
  • Snowshoeing

    Buckle up… snowshoeing is sure to please the whole family! Snowshoeing, once key to the survival of coureurs de bois (runners of the woods), or traditional fur traders, is the perfect modern-day winter sport for discovering Canada’s flora and fauna. There’s nothing more fun after a good snowfall! Several provincial parks rent snowshoes that fit all kinds of boots.

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