The measures generally affect businesses and Main Street Canada by making it more difficult for them to bring products from other countries.
Canada is requiring all air travelers entering the country to be fully vaccinated. The move comes as part of a national effort to prevent spreading diseases such as measles, mumps, and rubella.
Businesses and Main Street Canada will be affected by this change, as it will become more difficult for them to bring in products from other countries. Vaccination rates have been dropping in Canada over the past few years. The government hopes this new policy will help reverse the trend.
The plan is to vaccinate 95% of all air travelers, and those who are not vaccinated will be required to have a valid health certificate proving they are immune to measles, mumps, and rubella. The policy has been criticized for some quarters, as it will impose a high cost on businesses and may increase travel costs for those who need to visit other countries.
This policy change will have a significant impact on businesses in Canada. Many of these businesses rely on products from other countries to fill their shelves, and this change may make it more difficult for them to do so.