No Canadians are mentioned in an updated list of foreign nationals allowed to leave the Gaza Strip today. The General Crossing and Border Authority posted the latest document on its Facebook page early this morning.
Global Affairs Canada said Wednesday that a total of 367 Canadian citizens, permanent residents and family members have been able to leave, including nine people who left without assistance from the Canadian government.
Two more people were able to travel to Egypt through the Rafah border crossing on Wednesday, and 10 made the trip on Monday.
The Canadian government says it cannot determine when or how many people can cross each day, but 386 more people connected to Canada are seeking to leave the besieged Palestinian territory.
They are fleeing the war that began on October 7 when Hamas militants stormed Israel, killing about 1,200 people and taking about 240 more to Gaza as hostages.
Israel has since responded with airstrikes and a ground offensive in Gaza, and the Hamas-run health authority says casualties in the territory have surpassed 11,200.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 16, 2023.