Provincial and territorial restrictions
Starting October 30, 2021: To depart from Canadian airports or travel on VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains, travellers will need to qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller. This will also apply to travellers on cruise ships when the cruise season commences in 2022.
For more details, see the backgrounder.
There are travel restrictions and exemptions when moving between or within some provinces and territories.
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Travelling between provinces/territories
Whether you drive or fly, if you travel within Canada, without having been out of the country, there are no federal travel requirements, but there may be provincial or territorial rules and restrictions.
Check the provincial or territorial requirements
Go to the province or territory website of your final destination for restrictions and quarantine requirements.
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
Entering Canada from another country
Some provinces and territories have their own entry restrictions in place for travellers coming to Canada from another country. They may be stricter than federal quarantine requirements.
Check and follow both the federal and any provincial or territorial restrictions and requirements before traveling.
- Find out if you can enter Canada
- Check the provincial or territorial website to see if they have further restrictions
- Meet all the entry requirements for your situation:
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