Canadian snowbirds facing tough new travel rules

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  • CBC News published this video item, entitled “Canadian snowbirds facing tough new travel rules” – below is their description.

    Air passengers will soon be required to spend up to three days of their 14-day quarantine in a designated hotel — which could cost them upwards of $2,000. Canadians who live abroad for the winter are questioning why they have to follow the same rules as vacationers. 

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