Canada’s travel restrictions are at an all-time high.

Here are some things you should know about Canada’s visa and travel restrictions.1.

You can travel and stay in Canada until you have a valid visa.2.

Canadian passports are valid for up to four years.3.

You cannot buy or sell Canadian goods or services in Canada.4.

There is no limit on how many days you can travel in a year.5.

You must stay in your home country for at least 180 days before applying for permanent residency.6.

Canadians can only live in their own home country if they have a “legitimate interest in continuing their residence in Canada”.7.

You do not have to be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident to live in Canada as long as you have at least two children living in the same household.8.

Canadian citizens are allowed to bring spouses and dependants into Canada.9.

Canadian businesses are not allowed to employ Canadians or employees of Canadian-owned companies.10.

You are not subject to the minimum wage and overtime rules, but are subject to certain limits and are not permitted to work outside the workweek.11.

You may not work during the holiday season or on weekends or public holidays.12.

You have a maximum of six months of vacation a year for up.25-year-old citizens cannot work while they are on leave or as a result of injury or illness.13.

If you are a 25-year old citizen or a resident of Canada, you cannot take a job offer for more than 180 days during the calendar year.14.

You will be required to have health insurance, pay a $1,000 deductible, and pay all medical expenses and expenses related to your job while you are on vacation.15.

Your spouse or partner must work at least eight hours per day, seven days per week, in addition to any regular or extra work.16.

You won’t be allowed to leave Canada to work on a temporary basis if you are in Canada on a tourist visa.17.

You need a visa for a job with an employer who is located in Canada (i.e., you work as a bartender, restaurant server, restaurant cook, or waitress).18.

You’ll be required, for three years after your last job, to show proof of health insurance (a medical certificate from your doctor, or an application from your employer).19.

You might be subject to a minimum wage hike.20.

You’re only allowed to work from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and you can’t work more than 20 hours per week from 8 p.s.m.-6 a.s., on the weekends.21.

You don’t have to buy Canadian food.22.

You CANNOT sell Canadian food, unless you’re importing it, from a country that’s in the Schengen area.23.

You aren’t allowed to import any goods that are more than 25 per cent Canadian (i,e., meat, milk, eggs, poultry, fish, dairy products, or other agricultural products).24.

You should always check the information in the Immigration Regulations, the Canada Border Services Agency’s website, or a customs officer before traveling.25.

You MUST carry your passport with you at all times.26.

You ARE NOT allowed to take a trip to a country outside of Canada.27.

You SHOULD bring a copy of your visa application with you.

You also need a copy to visit a foreign country.28.

You WILL NOT be able to enter Canada without a valid tourist visa or passport.29.

You DO NOT have to bring a passport when you arrive in Canada from overseas.30.

You get a “refugee visa” when you leave Canada.31.

You ONLY get a refugee visa when you can prove that you were persecuted or had a serious fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, political opinion, or membership in any other group that was persecuted for reasons.32.

You receive the refugee visa upon arriving in Canada and can’t apply for a “business visitor visa”.33.

You only receive a refugee or business visitor visa when a Canadian person has committed serious crimes against Canada, is involved in terrorist activities, or is on the United Nations list of state sponsors of terrorism.34.

You REQUIRES a visa before you can go on a trip.35.

Your Canadian passport must show your name, address, date of birth, and other personal details.36.

You apply for your Canadian passport by filling out a visa application form.37.

You take your passport home from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and bring it to your home office or the immigration office.38.

You return your passport to the CRA and apply for it again.39.

You pay a processing fee for each visa application.40.

Your new Canadian passport will expire in