On the Canadian government’s Travel.gc.ca site , you can quickly and easily access a variety of useful information. Travelers are advised to consult the Travel Advice and Warnings page for your destination when planning your trip and also before leaving. The information provided on this site is updated regularly and takes into account various changes. So you can be well informed about the security conditions.
In just a few clicks , you can find the various local security conditions as well as the places or regions to avoid, the entry and exit requirements in this country, the local laws and customs that will save you some odd, warnings about the health (as well as potential health status restrictions), natural hazards, practical climate information, and a list of places where Canadian travelers can get help.
You can start with an overview of warnings issued according to your destination. You can also know when the last update of the information presented in the card of the chosen country was made.
As of January 23, 2018, ten countries would be avoided (warning: “avoid any trip) be Afghanistan, Burundi, North Korea, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan. , Syria and Yemen. Others are listed under the warning “avoid all non-essential travel” including Egypt, Lebanon and Pakistan. Then come the warnings “be very careful” (France, Bahamas, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, etc.) and finally the information “take normal security measures” (United States, Spain , Hong Kong, South Korea, Croatia, etc.).
Since these warnings change regularly, you should add this link to your favorites if you are planning a trip out of the country.