SHOCKING: Liberals conducted no studies on the effects ArriveCan app had on tourism industry

Destination Canada does not typically measure the impacts of a specific public health measure.

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The revelation of the lack of federal economic analysis of the effects of the mandatory submission of private health information for anyone entering the country came through an inquiry of the ministry posed by Conservative MP Michelle Ferreri.

Ferrari's inquiry hit the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency and destination Canada, the federal agency charged with promoting Canada abroad and developing the tourism industry with requests for records.

None of these agencies were able to produce records relating to the request.

The mandatory requirement for returning travellers to submit private data to the ArriveCan app will expire on September 30.

This, however, is not the first time the government failed to analyze their pandemic policies. Two separate order paper questions two years apart forced the Liberals to admit no study had ever been done to determine if COVID-19 was transmitting on airplanes.

Unvaccinated travellers were banned from planes and train travel until the proof of vaccination requirement was lifted in June.

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