FI-P-326

Organization: Canadian Government Travel Bureau
Product: Publication
Year: 1961


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Canada Border Crossing Information

A summary of regulations affecting visitors, their baggage, sporting outfits, vehicles, boats, and aircraft.

Each year Canada welcomes visitors numbering almost twice her own population. Because of the proximity of the United States of America, the majority of vacationists come from that travel-minded country. They cross the 4,000-mile International Boundary in millions annually, with a great playground of lake and forest, mountain and seashore seeking healthful recreation and holiday enjoyment. Other visitors come from almost every country in the world-some for travel education; others to study the tremendous industrial and commercial developments that have characterized Canada’s phenomenal growth in recent years. Courteous officials at ports of entry facilitate procedures and issue visitors any permits required for vehicles and outfits.

The purpose of this booklet is to provide information about Immigration and Customs regulations concerning travel into and through Canada.

Travel Information

The Canadian Government Travel Bureau provides a free Travel Counselling Service to help you get the most out of a vacation in Canada.

The Bureau works in close co-operation with other Federal Government departments, provincial and local tourist associations and transportation companies.

We invite you to take full advantage of this free service. All you have to do is let us know your plans and requirements. Inquiries may be directed to any of the following offices:

Canadian Government Travel Bureau,
Ottawa, Canada.

Canadian Government Travel Bureau,
Canada House,
680 Fifth Avenue,
New York 19, N.Y.

Canadian Government Travel Bureau,
102 West Monroe Street (Corner Clark Street),
Chicago 3, Illinois.


Source

The physical version of this product is part of the federal identity archive.