The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Announces Canadian Resident Queues


The CBSA has announced that Canadian citizens and permanent residents will soon have "Canadian Resident Queues" will expedite their entry into Canada.

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Canadian citizens and permanent residents arriving at Pearson International Airport’s Terminal 3 will soon have dedicated lanes designed to expedite their entry into the country, airport officials have announced.

But before that happens, all passengers arriving on international and trans-border flights could face delays during construction of these new “Canadian Resident Queues” at the terminal’s Customs Hall.

The renovations are scheduled for completion at the end of November, says a news release issued Monday by Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) and Greater Toronto Airports Authority.

Many countries have airports that divide customs queues into citizen- and non-citizen queues.

About 33 million travellers pass through Canada’s largest airport annually.


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