Canada had announced that cruise ships would not be able to be operated within its borders until Feb. 28, but that timeline has now been moved up nearly four months, to Nov. 1, as long as the COVID-19 caseloads within the country remain low.
This is a welcome relief to the cruise ship operators and enthusiasts who had been wanting to take advantage of these offerings again for some time.
This announcement was made by Transport Minister Oma Alghabra on Thursday. He added that cruise ships are “an important part of our tourism sector.”
One factor that will help the Canadian cruise ship industry is the recent announcement of
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