Do British Subjects and British protected persons require visitor Visas to enter Canada?
Yes. British Subjects and British Protected Persons do require a visa to visit or transit through Canada. If you are unsure if you are British Subject, British Citizen or British protected person, please look on the personal data page of your passport and it will be noted under ‘Nationality’. If you are a British subject or a British protected person and fail to have the necessary visa documentation then Canadian Affair and its airline partners My Travel and Thomas Cook will be legally bound to refuse travel. For further information visit http://www.canada.org.uk/visa-info/visitor/e_brit.htm or contact your local Canadian consulate. Please note it is the responsibility of the passenger to ensure they have the correct travel documentation prior to departure.