Vaccination records are issued by your province or territory. You can use the proof of vaccination to access services and to facilitate travel within and outside of Canada.
Get your proof of vaccination
Most provinces and territories issue and use the Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination. This proof of vaccination is a reliable way to show your vaccination history when travelling internationally.
Get your Canadian proof of vaccination from your province or territory:
Alberta (not currently issuing the Canadian proof)
New Brunswick (not currently issuing the Canadian proof)
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Travel in Canada
Starting October 30, 2021, at 3 am EDT: if you're 12 years of age plus 4 months, you'll need to show official proof of vaccination to board:
domestic or international flights departing from most airports in Canada, including charter and foreign airlines carrying commercial passengers
MedEvac flights and private flights that don't enter airport restricted areas are excluded
VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains
COVID-19: Boarding flights and trains in Canada
Indigenous peoples and Northerners in remote communities
If you aren't fully vaccinated and are travelling from or to a remote community, visit: Proof of vaccination for Indigenous peoples and Northerners in remote communities
Travel outside Canada
The Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination is a reliable way to show your COVID-19 vaccination history when travelling internationally.
How to get your Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination
About the Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination
Using your proof when travelling outside of Canada
Using Canada’s COVID-19 proof of vaccination for travel – Backgrounder, October 21, 2021
Mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirements for federally regulated transportation employees and travellers - Backgrounder, October 6, 2021
How to get vaccinated near you