Greyhound has announced it will relaunch its services to Canada as the United States border reopens.
Customers can now book tickets to Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver for travel on, or after November 8.
“Greyhound is just as excited as our customers to resume cross-border travel to Canada,” Rob Friedman, the chief commercial officer of Greyhound said in a statement. “Our goal is to provide our passengers with affordable fares and stress-free transportation as they return to normal travel, especially around the holidays.”
Travellers to Canada with a full series of a #GoC approved vaccine must provide proof of vaccination in #ArriveCAN to meet the fully vaccinated exemption. Travellers can upload 1 image with proof of 2 doses, or 2 separate images.
— Health Canada and PHAC (@GovCanHealth) October 25, 2021
For Greyhound passengers looking to travel north of the border, Canada is currently requiring all visitors to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before arrival at the Canadian border. Visitors to Canada must also register online, or through the app with ArriveCAN to provide travel information.