Dominica and Grenada have been included in the CAN+ program for expedited visa processing for its citizens who have had Canadian visas over the past 10 years, or a valid current US visa.
On Tuesday, Canada announced that five Caribbean countries namely Antigua & Barbuda, Trinidad and Tobago, St Vincent & the Grenadines, St Lucia & St Kitts and Nevis are now part of Canada’s visa-free travel program for known travellers.
But now information has been provided about two more Caribbean islands – Dominica and Grenada, concerning a different program.
Canada’s High Commissioner to Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia & Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, OECS Commission, Lilian Chatterjee said in a tweet that: “Canada values its relations with Dominica. Glad to announce that Dominica is in the CAN+ program for expedited visa processing for its citizens who had Canadian visas over the past 10 years or valid current US visa”
The same was said about Grenada.
Media houses and government officials from the two islands were tagged in the messages.