Vaccination has begun in various parts of Canada.
We give priority to medical professionals and the elderly, and announce the future outlook for each state from time to time.
The British Columbia government has announced the second phase of vaccination against the new coronavirus. Telephone reservation start date is based on age, and proxy reservation is also possible.
90 years old and over (~ 1931) 3/8 ~
85-89 years old (1932-36 years old) 3/15-
80-84 years old (1937-1941) 3/22-
Indigenous people can make vaccination reservations if they are 65 years of age or older.
Two vaccinations are required, but the effect lasts from the first to four months, so the interval between the second dose is changed to 16 weeks so that as many people as possible can get the first dose. Due to changes in the inoculation schedule, administration to children under the age of 59 scheduled after July may be accelerated.
Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory, has begun vaccination against the new coronavirus for all residents aged 18 and over.
In the past, priority was given to healthcare professionals, the elderly, and remote residents with poor medical facilities, but now adults can book vaccination dates by phone.
The last Wednesday of February is PinkShirtDay#PinkShirtDay .
A boy who went to school in a pink polo shirt at a high school in Nova Scotia in 2007 was terribly teased. Two senior boys who heard it handed out 50 pink T-shirts to their friends and protested silently with them the next day, which was the beginning of the anti-bullying movement.
What happened in a small town in eastern Canada has taken the wave of social media and is now spreading around the world as Pink Shirt Day @pinkshirtday. You can wear anything that is bright and conspicuous pink. This is a good opportunity to insist on the opposition to bullying. If you go out, please join us.
YOUR GUIDE TO WINTER HIKING IN BANFF NATIONAL PARK
Crisp air filters through your lungs as you climb, one step at a time, through the peace and quiet of the forest. Snow crunching underfoot, you make your way higher, then take a moment to look up. The view has opened up, revealing a sea of peaks blanketed in snow, shining brilliantly under a blue-bird sky.
It’s on winter days like this that sometimes the best way to experience Banff National Park is on your two feet. So, when the snow starts to fly, keep your hiking boots handy! With a few extra pieces of gear, you can comfortably venture to some of the same destinations as you can in the summertime.
5 SNOWY ACTIVITIES YOU CAN ENJOY IN MARCH
March is a glorious time in the mountains of Banff National Park. Longer days and warmer temperatures don't come at the cost of snow - you can plan an adventure-packed holiday filled with these must-do activities.
The Government of Canada has extended the quarantine order for entry from other countries until April 21st. Entry for sightseeing is not allowed. Canadian citizens and permanent residents, their spouses, parents, children, international students and work permit holders are welcome to enter the country. However, PCR inspection after arrival, isolation at a designated hotel for 3 days, and isolation at home for 14 days are required.
From February 22nd, measures against coronavirus when entering Canada by air will be strengthened.
Registration of personal information in ArriveCAN is required Completed before boarding procedure
3 PCR tests ・ Within 72 hours before departure ・ Arrival airport in Canada ・ 14 days at the end of voluntary quarantine
After arriving at the airport in Canada, wait for the test result for 3 days at a government-designated isolated hotel ・ Approximately $ 2,000 per person at your own expense ・ Including inspection, accommodation, meals, cleaning, medical equipment ・ Couples living in the same room
・ No visits by outsiders Negative ⇒ Voluntary isolation for 14 days at home Positive ⇒ Transferred to medical facility ・ Reservations can be made from February 18 ・ Hotel reservation required before departure
Air Canada has announced that it will temporarily dismiss approximately 1,500 staff and some of its managers. From next week, 17 new routes will be suspended.
Unfortunately, the Vancouver-Tokyo Narita route is also included in the stop routes.
Air Canada has suspended 17 routes, including "Vancouver Narita".
AC3 flight (Vancouver → Narita) will be the last flight from February 15th, and AC4 flight (Narita → Vancouver) will be the last flight from February 16th.
It seems that the restoration is scheduled for May 1st (AC3) and May 2nd (AC4).
Transport Canada has extended the restricted period for cruise ships in Canadian waters by one year until February 28, 2022.
It is even more severe on the Northwest Passage in the Arctic Circle, and commercial passenger ships with 12 or more passengers are prohibited from navigating.
For pleasure boats with a passenger capacity of less than 100, such as water taxis, the decision is left to each state government and local government.
The latest hotel "Peaks Hotel & Suites" has opened on Lynx Street in downtown Banff.
Built as a house around 1910, it was later expanded as a hotel in 1930 with the addition of restaurants and bars. Since then, the Homestead Hotel has welcomed and welcomed guests for over 100 years.
The good news is that it's been a tough open in the Corona Vortex!
The University of British Columbia (UBC) Museum of Anthropology @MOA_UBC in Vancouver will hold an exhibition "The Future for Memories-Art and Life after the Great East Japan Earthquake".
The session is from February 11th to September 5th, and you need to purchase an admission ticket online in advance. Ten years after that day, various problems are still ongoing.
THINGS TO DO IN BANFF AND LAKE LOUISE IN FEBRUARY
Banff National Park is a stunning place to visit at any time of the year. But the snow-covered slopes and crisp air of February make it a place like no other. So bundle up and experience winter the way it was meant to be enjoyed with these activities to do in Banff and Lake Louise this February.