Take your first step to a safe and healthy trip abroad with help from our wide range of publications. Download copies or order free print versions, if available.
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Get the knowledge and skills you need to travel responsibly and with confidence, while avoiding the pitfalls you could experience in foreign countries. The booklet outlines consular services available to you around the world.
How to inform and prepare yourself for a long-term stay abroad, protect your safety and health in another country and take action if things don’t work out as planned.
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Indispensable advice for female travellers to explore the world safely and responsibly.
Essential travel advice to ensure your security and well-being during a cruise.
(bilingual fact sheet)
Learn about the advantages and challenges of dual citizenship, as well as the
privileges, obligations, and potential problems that come with it when
This publication is currently being updated. A new edition will be available soon.
If you plan to travel during hurricane season, be sure to follow this important
advice. (bilingual fact sheet)
Learn about a free, confidential service that keeps you connected to Canada in
case of an emergency abroad. (bilingual fact sheet)
What you need to know to protect your health while travelling or living abroad.
Key advice for Canadians planning to teach languages in Japan.
Essential information for language instructors seeking employment in Korea.
Key information for English teachers planning to work in Taiwan.
A two-part guide for parents facing the actual or potential case of a child
being wrongfully removed from Canada or being prevented from returning home by
Key facts to prevent the sexual exploitation of children by Canadians abroad.
Indispensable advice for planning a trip abroad with young Canadians.
How Canadians imprisoned in foreign countries, as well as their families, can
benefit from the assistance provided by Canadian Consular Services.
Key advice to avoid drug-related problems abroad. (bilingual fact sheet)
A word of warning to get the facts about drugs and travel before going abroad.
A wallet-sized reminder for Canadian travellers about how to get emergency
The top eleven tips to prepare for a safe and trouble-free trip abroad. (bilingual checklist)
A reminder for Canadian travellers to register with Consular Services so that we can reach them in case of an emergency abroad.