Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said at an early news conference recently that Canada will relax border restrictions and allow Canadian citizens and immediate family members of permanent residents to enter Canada. Canada’s border services agency said the exemption policy will come into effect at 23:59 p.m. Eastern time on June 8, and will apply to foreign citizens. You can enter Canada if you can prove that you are an immediate family member of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, have no symptoms of new coronavirus or have “no reason to believe that you have been infected with the new coronavirus” and have lived with your immediate family for at least 15 days.
The five categories of immediate family members who have been exempted this time include: 1. Spouse or common law partner; 2. Dependent children as defined in Section 2 of the immigration and Refugee Protection Ordinance, or the dependent children of the spouse or common law partner of the person; 3. Maintenance of the dependent children referred to in (2.) in accordance with Section 2 of the immigration and Refugee Protection Ordinance; 4. Parents or stepparents of the spouse or common law partner; and; 5. Guardian or tutor.
“It’s a very difficult time to be separated from a spouse, a child, a mother or a father,” Trudeau said. We heard the voices of these people. There is no doubt that the past few months have been more difficult than anyone expected. This epidemic has brought different challenges to everyone, but no matter who you are, no matter what you are facing, the help of the government can change everything. “
In addition, Trudeau said: “anyone entering Canada must be quarantined for 14 days, and if they do not comply with these regulations, they may face severe penalties.”