If you are travelling by plane from and within Canada, you are required to bring your own face covering. In light of the evolving situation with COVID-19, all passengers and non-passengers must wear a face covering and place it over their mouth and nose before entering the screening checkpoint. Take note: As of September 23, in addition to temperature screening occurring at Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal airports, 11 more have been added to the list. If you are also travelling from St. John’s, Halifax, Québec City, Ottawa, Toronto-Billy Bishop, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Kelowna or Victoria. Here’s some other changes we’ve made at the checkpoint.
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Salt: Certain powders and granular materials in your carry-on are limited to a total quantity of 350 ml or less (roughly the size of a soda can).
Sandwiches: Not subject to volume restrictions.
Sauces - canned or jarred: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.
Solid foods: Not subject to volume restrictions.
Soups - canned or jarred: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.
Spreadable cheeses, such as Cheese Whiz and cream cheese, as well as cheeses kept in liquids, such as feta and mozzarella, in a 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container are permitted in carry-on.
Thermos/insulated beverage container (empty): You may bring an empty thermos bottle or other insulated beverage container in your carry-on baggage.
Vegetables: Not subject to volume restrictions.
Vegetables - canned or jarred: Canned or jarred goods containing both solids and liquid that clearly contain less than 100 ml of liquid (e.g., can of tuna) are permitted in carry on, once screened and cleared by the Screening Officer. Canned and jarred goods that have more than 100 ml of liquid (e.g., large jar of olives) should be packed in checked baggage.
Water: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.