Entry InformationAll foreign visitors entering Canada must show a valid passport or an alternative legal travel document. Some may require visas to enter the country. A valid drivers license alone is not sufficient to prove citizenship. Visitors may be refused entry for past records of Felony offences. DWI is considered a felony in Canada. For more information, contact Immigration Canada in Ottawa, or the Canadian Embassy, High Commissioner or Consulate in your country.Crossing U.S. Borders
Customs and Immigration InformationCustoms and Immigration officials from both the United States and Canada are now required to inspect all vehicles, trains, buses and airlines for contraband and immigration purposes. U.S. and Canadian citizens should bring their birth certificate as well as government issued photo identification. Citizens from other countries, however, may need additional documentation and should check with the appropriate immigration office or their local consulate for visa and other relevant information. Please allow plenty of time for crossing border points.If you have any questions, please contact your local Customs or Immigration office — PRIOR to arriving at the border — or log on to their websites at the following links:

  • Environment Canada – for current weather conditions click HERE
  • MNR download hunting regulations HERE
  • Download fishing regulations HERE
  • Canadian Firearms Centre – for information for visitors click HERE
  • Canada Border Services Agency – for a Fact Sheet on admissability into Canada click HERE
  • Nature & Outdoor Tourism Ontario – for tips on crossing the Canada/U.S. border click HERE
  • Citizenship & Immigration Canada – Visitors site click HERE