Travel restrictions in Canada

Provincial and territorial restrictions

There are currently travel restrictions and exemptions when moving between some provinces and territories.

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By region

To find out if you can travel to another province or territory and to know quarantine rules when crossing between provinces, go to the website of the province or territory.

Atlantic provinces

Atlantic provinces are restricting entry for people from other provinces and territories. You may require documents to declare your arrival.

Central Canada (Ontario and Quebec)

There are currently no specific restrictions for interprovincial travel to and from Quebec and Ontario, though the situation is evolving rapidly.

Before travelling, go to the province website to see if there are specific provincial requirements on travel and quarantine:

Prairies

There are currently no specific restrictions for interprovincial travel to and from the Prairie provinces, though the situation is evolving rapidly.

Before travelling, go to the province website to see if there are specific provincial requirements on travel and quarantine:

West Coast (B.C.)

There are currently no specific restrictions for interprovincial travel to and from British Columbia, though the situation is evolving rapidly.

Before travelling, go to the province website to see if there are specific provincial requirements on travel and quarantine:

North

Travel is being limited to prevent the spread of COVID-19. You may require documents, and may be required to quarantine before reaching your final destination.

Find current travel guidance in the North:

When federal and provincial or territorial requirements are different

In the event of conflicting requirements between federal restrictions to enter Canada and provincial or territorial travel restrictions, you must comply with the regulation that is the most stringent.

If a province or territory has no additional requirements, you will only be subject to the federal requirements. Requirements are subject to change. Always verify with the province or territory before travelling to or within Canada.

Connecting flights within Canada

If you are cleared to fly, you may board a connecting flight to reach your final destination. You do not need to quarantine (self-isolate) before connecting, unless your final destination requires you to quarantine at a designated location first.

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