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Visitors Guide

Foreign Visitors

 

What to Wear?


Dress casually at all times here in Campbellton. However make a note that in summer our temperature maximizes to 23°c and winter temperatures can drop as low as -18°c.

Customs and Duty Free


Persons 18 years or older, can import, duty free, up to 24 12-oz cans of beer or 40 ounces of liquor.
As far as smoking goes, visitors 18 years or older can import, free of duty, 50 cigars, 200 cigarettes, or 400 grams of manufactured tobacco.
All of this is referred to importing into Canada.


Visitors are asked to please remember that Canada uses the metric system. Although some stores will carry products measured in pounds or ounces.


As far as speed limits go, remember that 90km/h is the same as 55mph.


Temperatures are as follows:
20°C is about 68°F 0°C is 32°F
30°C is about 80°F 10°C is 50°F

Gas in Canada is sold by the liter and it takes 3.8 liters to make a US gallon.

Regulations For Visitors


Persons from the United States, citizens or permanent residence may enter Canada without Visas or Passports. But, they must show either a birth certificate along with proof of being a US resident.


Persons from other countries must have a passport and may require Visas or Alien Cards. Check your nearest Canadian Consulate before travelling.

Currency Exchange


Tourists or visitors can go to Canadian banks, credit unions, foreign exchange brokers or trust companies to exchange money.

Some restaurants, hotels, etc. will accept US currency; however, the exchange rate may be lower than that posted by financial institutions.

Internationally connected automated banking machines are available as well, Visa, Master Card, and American Express are accepted by most businesses.


76 Water Street, PO Box 100, Campbellton, New Brunswick E3N 3G1
Telephone: 506-789-2700, Tourism: 506-789-2708

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