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WHERE CAN I GO?

Hover over the provinces and territories to see current travel restrictions and traveller self-isolation requirements.
Information updated as of September 22, 2020.

New Brunswick

New Brunswick
As of July 3, travel bubble with other Atlantic provinces whereby no self-isolation required for Atlantic Canadian residents. Prohibition on all non-essential travel into New Brunswick for all other domestic travellers, except for workers and other specific exemptions such as Canadian residents owning property in New Brunswick or visiting family members and Québec residents going to the Magdalen Islands. As of September 17, visitors from two Quebec border regions (Avignon Municipal Regional County and Listuguj First Nation) can enter New Brunswick for day trips only, without having to self-isolate, but they need to pre-register. 14-day self-isolation for all other domestic travellers entering New Brunswick, except for exempt workers from specific sectors.

Yukon

Yukon
As of July 1, no-self-isolation required for residents of Yukon, British Columbia, Northwest Territores and Nunanvut with proof of residency and completion of travel declaration; entry permitted for other residents of Canada following self-isolation requirements; exceptions for critical or essential service workers and those transiting to/from Alaska (24-hour limit); enforcement at land borders and airport; mandatory travel routes for transiting through Yukon. Several First Nations governments and communities currently have travel advisories in place. Travellers are asked to limit travel to Yukon communities (outside of Whitehorse) and travel respectfully. 14-day self-isolation for all other domestic travellers entering YT, except for critical workers; self-isolation for all other domestic travellers entering Yukon must occur in Whitehorse, unless visiting a family member (in which case self-isolation must occur at their residence).