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  For Canadian Businesses - Travelling Abroad - before you go
Before You Go
Canadian Passports - A Step-by-Step Guide (Passport Canada)

You should have a valid Canadian passport for all trips outside Canada. A passport is the only reliable and universally accepted identification document, and it proves that you have a right to return to Canada.
This simple Guide will walk you through the entire Canadian passport application process.
Designed for:
Canadians living in Canada
Canadians living in the US (or Bermuda), and
Canadians abroad
Visas (Foreign Affairs and Internetional Trade Canada)

You need a visa to enter many foreign countries.
Find country-by-country information to determine whether you need a visa, how to obtain one before your departure, and how to renew or change the status of your visa while you are abroad.
You will also be advised of "Travel Warnings" indicating that Canadians should either avoid non-essential travel to the country or to specific region(s) of the country, or avoid all travel to the country or to specific region(s) of the country.
Registration of Canadians Abroad (Foreign Affairs and Internetional Trade Canada)

Foreign Affairs and Internetional Trade Canada provides a registration service for Canadians travelling abroad. This free confidential service will keep you connected to Canada in case of an emergency abroad, such as an earthquake or civil unrest, or informed about an emergency at home.
Directory of Canadian Government Offices Abroad

Directory of websites and contact information for Canadian government offices abroad. These offices provide a variety of services to Canadians, including consular services.
(In addition to routine and emergency services, consular officers abroad provide specialized services for a fee, including legal and notary services and the transfer of funds.)
Travel Vaccines (Public Health Agency of Canada)

There is no single schedule for the administration of immunizing agents to travellers. Each schedule must be personalized according to the individual traveller's immunization history, the countries to be visited, the type and duration of travel, and the amount of time available before departure.
- Travel Medicine Program
- Immunizations recommended for travel outside Canada
- Travel health advisories
- Travel clinics in Canada
- Information about malaria, and more...
Bon Voyage, But...   Essential Information for Canadian Travellers

Foreign Affairs and Internetional Trade Canada advises that this booklet should be a companion to your Canadian passport.
  Also available in PDF. Click to download.
It offers vital information about:
- your passport, how to protect it
- what to do if your passport is lost or stolen
- how to travel safely and responsibly
- steering clear of the troubles many travellers experience abroad
- dealing with the challenges that may arise, and more...
A Canadian’s Guide to Healthy Travel Abroad

The Government of Canada has developed this booklet to help you protect your health while travelling or living abroad. It includes essential information on understanding travel health risks; taking preventive measures before, during and after your travel; coping with a health emergency abroad; and accessing consular services in a health emergency.
  Also available in PDF.
  Click to download.
Emergency Numbers to Take With You (Foreign Affairs and Internetional Trade)

For emergency help (stolen or lost passport etc.) you will find links to phone numbers of your nearest embassy or consulate during business hours. You can also find contact information to call (anytime) Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada Emergency Operations Centre in Ottawa.
Centre for Intercultural Learning (Foreign Affairs and Internetional Trade)

The Centre for Intercultural Learning is Canada's largest provider of intercultural and international training services for internationally-assigned government and private sector personnel. The Centre works with government departments and agencies, NGOs, as well as private sector enterprises with international involvement.
- What is Intercultural Effectiveness?
- Intercultural Glossary
- Courses and Workshops in Intercultural Effectiveness
- Professional Development
- Behavioral-Based Interview Training
- Intercultural Facilitation & Organizational Development
- Courses for Effective International Development Program/Project Delivery
- Country Insights, and more...

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