What to know about travel restrictions in Canada

Canada’s travel restrictions have been lifted, and the country is seeing the arrival of thousands of new travelers from Mexico and the Caribbean.

Here are some things to keep in mind as you plan your trip to Mexico.1.

Mexico is a hotbed for criminals and terrorists.

It’s the biggest country in the Americas, and is home to at least 5,000 people who have ties to terrorism.

It has a reputation as a hot spot for crime and violence.

In fact, one of the deadliest attacks on Canadian soil in recent years was in June 2016, when a man with ties to the Sinaloa cartel opened fire on a group of tourists in Ciudad Juarez.2.

You can buy booze at any hotel in Mexico, but you can’t have liquor at a Mexican restaurant.

If you’re planning on eating at a restaurant in Mexico and want to share your drink, the rule is that you can only drink from a single bottle, but not a bottle of liquor.

The rule applies regardless of where you’re staying, or how long you stay in the country.3.

Mexico’s tourism industry is booming.

Travelers are heading to the country to enjoy some of the most unique destinations on the continent, including Acapulco, Cancun, and Mexico City.

The United States, meanwhile, is a popular destination for travelers to Mexico, with a total of more than 4 million Americans living there, according to the Bureau of International Trade and Economic Relations.4.

There are some great things about Mexico.

There is a large Catholic Church in Mexico City, as well as a thriving art scene.

Mexico also boasts a thriving marijuana industry.

The country has also been known for its culture and history.

The culture is reflected in the music that plays in the capital.5.

Mexico has a large Mexican diaspora, and Mexican nationals can travel to the United States.

The US has over a million Mexican citizens and has more than 3 million Mexican immigrants living in the US.

Mexico can also be a great place to study abroad.

A number of US universities offer international programs, such as the American University of Mexico and Texas A&M University.6.

It is important to stay in Mexico for at least six months before you leave.

That means you can be detained for up to 180 days if you are caught driving under the influence, or violating a drug-related law.

You’ll need to show that you’re not impaired.

That also means you’ll need a court order to go back to your home country, and it’s important that you have a visa from that country.7.

If Mexico is the first stop on your trip, it’s also the first time you’ll be traveling with a new passport.

Mexico offers travelers two passport types: a regular passport and a dual citizenship passport.

You must have the original passport to travel to Mexico from anywhere in the world, but the two passports can be used to enter and exit the country in any of the US states.8.

Mexico and Canada have a special holiday in 2018, called the Day of the Dead.

This holiday commemorates the death of a prominent politician, or a notable historical figure.

The celebration lasts for one week, and lasts for two days, ending on the fourth day of October.9.

It can be tricky to get a taxi in Mexico.

If the driver doesn’t know your name, ask for his or her name and ask for the driver’s ID.

If they don’t know yours, ask them to call your phone number.

If that doesn’t work, just ask the driver to give you his or the driver should know your street address.

It will cost around $2 for a one-way taxi ride, but it’s worth the effort.10.

In 2018, Mexico and New Zealand signed a free trade agreement, and you can now buy, sell, or trade goods with the other countries.

This includes all of the countries biggest economies, and many of the largest economies in the Western Hemisphere.11.

You might find some of Mexico’s best restaurants to grab a bite to eat while visiting the country, especially if you’re a foodie.

If it’s a Friday night, you might find the Mexican restaurants packed with locals, but if you go on the weekends, you can often find good food and good prices.12.

There’s a lot of culture and heritage in Mexico: Mexico’s culture is deeply rooted in indigenous cultures.

The Aztecs were a great people, and they still exist.

Mexico was also founded by the Incas.

If anything, the Aztecas are the descendants of the Inca empire, which ruled Mexico for hundreds of years.13.

Mexico doesn’t have much of a tourism industry, so you might want to consider spending some time in a place like CancĂșn or Acapuli, two of the country’s biggest cities.

Acapulum is one of Mexico City’s oldest