As of June 21, 201, Canada COPR travel restrictions have been lifted. It means COPR holders can now travel to Canada provided that their COPR (the confirmation of permanent residence) is valid. According to Canadian government nearly 23000 foreigners are holding COPR and waiting for travel resumption.
The new move allows all those COPR holders to travel to Canada from 21 June 2021. COPR holders who are fully vaccinated, they do not need to quarantine upon arrival in Canada, However, they have to carry a negative test result report of PCR test. They should register their information in arriveCan app. In other words, they have to follow the current entry rules which apply to Canadian residents. [Read also: Canada extended ban on some countries.]
Those COPR holders who are unvaccinated, they have to quarantine for up to 14 days upon arrival in Canada. All travelers either vaccinated or unvaccinated, will be tested again upon arrival in Canada.
Canada COPR holders with expired COPR, are not allowed to travel to Canada. The should be in contact with Canadian immigration to get new COPR. They do not need to go through the entire immigration application process again, rather all they have to get another COPR with new validity only. Once they Canadian government reissued the COPR, they can travel to Canada.
Source: CIC News