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US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by mydreamquest

Please help:

Has anyone recently went to Canada and back from the US without a passport with success? I am heading to Toronto and I've lost my passport. In the past, I've gone to Canada from the US with just my drivers license.

Has anyone done that recently?

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by bocmaxima

Flying or land crossing, you need a passport now. Yeah, it sucks.
http://ottawa.usembassy.gov/content/content.asp?section=can_usa&document=borderissues_whtiJune09

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by GrumpyDiver

And the issue is with US Homeland Security. You can still get into Canada with valid ID, but getting back into the US without a passport, that is a different story.

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by xymmot

New rules apply, get a quick passport or smartcard pass for the border. If you are out there, you won't be able to get back in without the passport or card. Expedite a passport is a few extra bucks and process can take less than a week. Thats a quick turn around.
otherwise you can try to swim across the river at night LOL

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by Faiza-Ifrah

don't even think of doing it :-)

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by Odinnthor

As already said, you can get into Canada with an ID but you cannot get back into the US without either a Passport or a Passport Card. You can now get a Passport Card, that allows entry/exit to Canada, Mexico, Caribbean and Bermuda.

Considering where you live, I understand that it is a quicker process to obtain the Passport Card at the L.A. Fed Building on Whilshire. This is what it looks like and the instructions.

http://travel.state.gov/passport/ppt_card/ppt_card_3926.html

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by GlobeTrekr

When I renewed my passport in Oct. 2008 here in LA at the Federal Building on Wilshire, I received it in one week! That was normal, no expediting. The lady at the passport office had told me I'd receive it quickly because nobody was traveling so passport business was currently very slow. From what I know, people still are not traveling much these days.

My point is you should not attempt to enter the US without a passport and you could possibly receive it quickly (as I did) without having to expedite the process.

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by LoriPori

You will not be allowed to get back to the US without a passport or enhanced identity card. New rules came into effect last year I think.

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by Odinnthor

Eh, not quite. See above responses......

Re: US to Toronto and Back. Without a passport?????

by mydreamquest

ok, fair enough. Just got my passport on time for my trip this Wednesday.

thx every1 4 the warning.

Travel Tips for Toronto

Toronto Buildings

by Martman

The city has many large and interesting buildings. This is not surprising given how large the city is. I was so impressed that I made albums just on the city buildings. Below is the link to one of those albums. From there are links to other albums on the city buildings. You wont get lost though, as there are easy links to return back to my Toronto pages!

Toronto Buildings

Meanwhile, I provide pictures of some of the most impressive structures of the city.

See the harbourfront. I was...

by Aphrodite21

See the harbourfront. I was there for the first time last month and I really liked it there. It's kind of like a getaway from the noise and people of the city. They're going to be doing some major renovations there and I kind wait to see how it's going to turn out. Since my best friend lives here, I head over there quite a bit. We have the best time going out and walking around the city.

Ashbridge's Bay and the Beaches

by Paul2001

This is where I like to hangout when I have a free day in Toronto. And I am not the only person who does. For many Torontoians the Beaches is their neigbhorhood in Toronto.
This neighborhood has two key attractions that draws hordes of visitors during the summer. That is a large number of interesting shops and a great urban beach.
Ashbridge's Bay is a manmade spit that jets out into Lake Ontario. On a hot day I can think of no place better to go to escape the heat. There is always a good breeze coming of the lake. The beach is fairly good for an urban beach, much of it being also manmade. It is popular with the beach volleyball and windsurfing set. The board walk which stretches for about 5km along the edge of the beach is a popular place to stroll and check out the opposite sex and to walk your dog. The only problem with the Beaches is that it is extremely crowded during the summer weekends. Besides the great shopping that is centred mostly on Queen Street, there are lots of decent restaurants and bars.

Black Creek Pioneer Village

by kris-t

The Village has beautiful grounds and eleven theme gardens to explore and delight in. From kitchen and herb gardens to the colourful flower gardens of Burwick House and the 'natural pharmacy' for the 19th century doctor, you can feast their senses on the heritage gardens lovingly maintained by Village staff.

Pedestrians DO have the right of way

by CdnJane

A true Torontonian knows some things about pedestrians and vehicular traffic on the Toronto streets:
1. At intersections the Pedestrian DOES have the right of way. Which means - sit there patiently waiting for the people to cross before you turn the corner.
2. A true, and law-abiding pedestrian DOES wait for the Traffic light and/or the Walk sign to turn green before crossing the street - even if there is no traffic coming.
3. A driver WILL stop behind the street car, or if already beside it, stop, while the streetcar doors are open, whether or not the traffic light is green.
4. A driver will pull safely to the side of the road and stop, or if not possible, will stop, when an emergency vehicle is coming up behind them with lights flashing and siren sounding, or will allow the vehicle right of way at an intersection. Please remember that someone's life could be in jeopardy if you don't let that vehicle through.
5. Honking the horn is not going to achieve much other than scare some poor innocent person, and annoy others. Especially if you are sitting several cars back there is obviously a problem, and horn blowing or yelling is not going to solve the problem.
6. When someone lets you in lane, don't forget to wave thanks. If they do not let you in, giving them an obscene gesture isn't going to get your car any further ahead.
Enjoy driving and walking in the city and please remember to watch out for the other guy because you're that person's "other guy" too!

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