Starting today, Canadians flying to the U.S. can take two carry-on bags and personal items with them on a plane.
Restrictions on carry-ons were imposed after a botched Christmas Day terror attack on a flight to Detroit from Amsterdam.
Canada quickly banned carry-on luggage, then allowed U.S.-bound passengers one carry-on bag and some personal items in January.
Transport Minister John Baird said "more robust air security measures" have removed the need for temporary carry-on restrictions.
Those new security measures include full body scanners at airports and a strengthening of explosive trace detection.
Passengers are asked to check with the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (www.catsa.gc.ca) or their airline for items that are allowed in carry-on luggage.