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U.S. Citizens Traveling to Canada


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A passport is not specifically required but Canada requires that you carry some proof of your citizenship that includes photo identification such as a passport or birth certificate, or a certificate of citizenship or naturalization, or a certificate of North American Native status. Children under 16 need to present proof of U.S. citizenship such as their birth certificate when entering Canada with their parents.

You can get a passport application at many post offices, clerks of court, public libraries and other state, county, township, and municipal offices. Click here to look up your nearest location. If your passport has not arrived in time for your trip, you can take along your copy of your passport application and two pieces of I.D. (e.g. driver's license and birth certificate). That will suffice to get you through the border.

Driving a Boat in Canada:
Residents of the USA can operate a boat in Canada for 45 days without a boater's license.

Bringing Food into Canada:
You can bring into Canada two weeks worth of food.

Bringing Alcohol & Tobacco:
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Bringing Live Bait into Canada:
Make sure that live bait is packed in artificial bedding, not in natural earth.

Credit Cards
If you plan to use a credit card be sure to call the bank who issued your card and tell them that you will be going to Canada. Most banks now decline the transactions if a card is suddenly used outside the U.S.A. without notice from the owner.

You can use U.S. cash to pay your bill with us because we will give you the correct exchange rate. Here is a link that will tell you the correct exchange rate. Set the "Currency I Have" to U.S. Dollars by clicking on the center arrows.

Does someone in your group have a DUI?
Check this link for information.


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