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Border services resume at small airports, marine sites, ferry terminals

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  •   08-25-2021  9:23 am
  •   Pax Global Media
Border services resume at small airports, marine sites, ferry terminals
CBSA has returned to Toronto Billy Bishop City Airport. (James Beheshti)
Pax Global Media

Canada has entered another stage of its slow and gradual reopening as Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) resumes service at various small marine reporting sites, airports of entry and ferry terminals.

The move follows Ottawa’s new public health measures affecting travel to Canada for fully vaccinated United States citizens and permanent residents on August 9.

CBSA says its services will resume across three different dates.

READ MORE: Canada opens border to fully-vaxxed Americans

On Aug. 24, CBSA returned to the following sites:

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, seven days per week)

As of 23:59 EDT on September 6, 2021:

Ferry Terminals


Point Alexandria (Wolfe Island Ferry)

Pelee Island

British Columbia

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

All other airports of entry and small vessel reporting sites that have been temporarily suspended remain closed to “ensure the CBSA’s operational flexibility while continuing to support the Government of Canada’s efforts to reduce the risk of COVID-19 to Canadians,” reads a news release.

U.S. border restrictions, meanwhile, remain in place for non-essential travel at this time.

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