Travel Information: COVID‐19 Update

Proof of vaccination required in Ontario as of September 22, 2021

As of September 22, 2021 proof of identification and proof of being fully vaccinated is required in the province of Ontario for anyone 12 years or older wishing to access certain businesses and settings.

Indoor settings where you must show proof of vaccination include:

  • Meetings and event spaces, including conference and convention centres
  • Food or drink establishments with dance facilities, including nightclubs and restoclubs
  • Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments without dance facilities
  • Facilities used for sports and recreational fitness activities, including waterparks and personal fitness training
  • Casinos, bingo halls and gaming establishments
  • Concert venues, theatres and cinemas
  • Racing venues

Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the proof of vaccination requirement.

Proof of vaccination will not be required for the following:

  • Access the indoor areas of certain specified settings solely to:
    • use a washroom
    • access an outdoor area that can only be accessed through an indoor route
    • make a retail purchase
    • place, pick up or pay for an order
    • make a bet or pick up winnings at a racing track
    • purchase an admission
  • Enter as may be necessary for health and safety purposes
  • Are under age 18 and entering the indoor premises of a sports or recreational facility solely for the purpose of actively participating in an organized sport

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Entry to Canada for Fully Vaccinated American Citizens and Permanent Residents as of August 9, 2021

Effective August 9, 2021, Canada will allow entry to fully vaccinated American citizens and permanent residents (currently residing in the US) for leisure travel. If you meet the entry criteria, fully vaccinated travellers do not have to quarantine upon arrival to Canada. For the latest information visit the Government of Canada website.

Face Coverings

Face covering are required in all indoor public areas. Guests must wear a mask when moving through the hotel and restaurant public spaces, and can remove their masks once they enter their room or are seated at their table.

The well-being of our guests, team members, and our community are our highest priority.

We aim to provide the level of comfort and service that you need to confidently travel, plan, and manage your booking during these unprecedented circumstances.

Amenities and services at our hotel

Following provincial regulations, and with health and safety as our top priority, we will be re-opening select services while respecting safe physical distancing. The following services will be open with modifications:

Days Inn & Suites Thunder Bay

  • Grab and Go breakfast available
  • Indoor Pool & Hot Tub: by appointment only; proof of vaccination required
  • Fitness Centre: by appointment only; proof of vaccination required

Days Inn Thunder Bay North

  • Grab and go breakfast available
  • Fitness Centre: by appointment only; proof of vaccination required

We know this is inconvenient and is contrary to our desire to do whatever we can to make your stay comfortable and easy, but we hope that our actions will continue flatten the curve, and keep you safe. We continue to closely monitor the Health Canada, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) statements regarding the coronavirus (COVID‐19) cases and follow guidance from these agencies, our government and local health departments.

Our Cancellation Policy:

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Our Commitment to Cleanliness:

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