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Is it time to ban non-essential travel?

As fears grow over the spread of COVID-19 variants, new travel restrictions could come at any time, according to the federal government.

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Quebec Premier Francois Legault has called on the federal government to implement stronger measures to prevent Canadians from travelling internationally. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says if you've booked a vacation abroad, you'd better cancel it. 

As fears grow over the spread of COVID-19 variants, new travel restrictions could come at any time, according to the federal government.

Our question this week: Is it time to ban non-essential travel? When will you feel safe to vacation again?

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