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Looking to travel into B.C, Canada? As of September, British Columbians wanting to enter certain businesses and events will be required to show a BC Vaccine Card as the only proof of vaccination.

No longer can people present the record of immunization paper they received at their vaccination appointment for proof. This new card will include a secure and unique QR code and image to prove whether an individual is vaccinated or partially vaccinated.

The BC Vaccine Card is available online. A digital copy can be kept on a mobile device via screenshots or by saving the device’s digital version. Alternatively, a hard version can be printed for proof.

Learn more about the BC Vaccine Card here.

For more on relevant COVID information when travelling to B.C., visit our page on COVID related Travel Advice for Canada.


About Sue Thorley

About Sue Thorley

Sue Thorley, the Founder of Stonebridge at Big White, lives on the mountain each winter, and has called this winter wonderland her home for the past two decades. With guaranteed personal firsthand experience and extensive knowledge of the resort, we can help you plan the best ski vacation. Contact us to get the ball rolling on your next trip.

We are the Big White snow specialists because we live and ski here every winter. We’re both IATA and AFTA accredited, so you can plan your trip, book your lodging, lift tickets and ski adventures, with confidence knowing we’ve got you covered.

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