For more information, see Adjustments to Canadian Border and Travel Measures. No travel restrictions for domestic travellers entering British Columbia. Some Indigenous communities in British Columbia do not currently welcome visitors. Indigenous Tourism BC has a list of Indigenous experiences in the province that are currently open and welcoming visitors. Travel to and from northern Manitoba is restricted, with the exception of those that are fully vaccinated, those that go directly to cottages, provincial parks, campgrounds or hunting and fishing refuges, and other specific exceptions. Yes. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals are eligible to travel to Canada. No self-isolation upon entry into British Columbia for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, provided they meet certain entry and testing requirements. Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 of fully vaccinated travellers are not required to quarantine when entering British Columbia, but must follow strict public health measures, including avoiding crowded environments. Travel to Nunavik and James Bay is limited to the necessary travel. Self-isolation required for travellers – Domestic travellers entering Nova Scotia from all provinces and territories (including the Atlantic provinces) must follow the self-isolation protocol, depending on vaccination status: 2 doses at least 14 days prior to arrival = no self-isolation; 1 or 0 dose = 7 days of self-isolation and 2 negative tests. Children under the age of 12 traveling within the country must follow the same isolation protocol as the least vaccinated adult they travel with. No self-isolation upon entry into the Northwest Territories for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, provided they meet certain entry and testing requirements and are admitted to the Northwest Territories.
Unvaccinated children (and those travelling with them) cannot waive the mandatory 10-day isolation requirement. All travellers entering the Northwest Territories must submit a self-isolation plan, regardless of their vaccination status. To complete a self-isolation plan and learn more about travel restrictions in the Northwest Territories, visit the Government of the Northwest Territories website. Travel Restrictions – No travel restrictions for domestic travellers entering Alberta. Self-isolation required for travellers – As of December 21, all fully vaccinated travellers entering Newfoundland and Labrador will be required to self-isolate for 5 days. Travellers entering the province receive rapid tests and must take a rapid test every day for five days. If all tests are negative, they can leave isolation after five full days or 120 hours. Children between the ages of five and 11 who are not fully vaccinated and who are travelling with fully vaccinated parents or guardians must also self-isolate for five days with five rapid tests.
After five days, they then follow the modified self-isolation until 14 days have passed. It is not mandatory for children under the age of five to take a test as long as parents or guardians take their rapid tests. They can leave full isolation with their parents and continue the modified self-isolation until 14 days have passed. Anyone returning from post-secondary institutions outside of Newfoundland and Labrador must also take a PCR test upon arrival in the province. If the PCR test and five rapid tests are negative, they can leave isolation after five full days. If travellers choose not to be tested, they will have to self-isolate for 14 days. The Canadian government has specific guidelines for driving to or from Alaska through Canada. Read the State of Alaska`s health guidelines for travellers during travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic – All Canadians are allowed to enter Newfoundland and Labrador. All travelers can complete the travel form up to 30 days before their travel date. Self-isolation required for travellers – Self-isolation is not required for fully vaccinated domestic travellers entering New Brunswick.
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated domestic travellers, including residents of New Brunswick, must self-isolate for 14 days or until they receive a negative test result on day 10. To determine if you can travel to Canada, Global Affairs Canada has a tool, Travel Wizard, which will help you through the process by answering a few simple questions. To learn more, click here. Unvaccinated international students travelling to Canada before the age of 18 and unvaccinated students (over the age of 18) who receive a medical vaccination exemption must register with the Off-Campus Isolation and Travel Registry (OCITR) to ensure they have an acceptable quarantine plan. Quarantine information is part of the mandatory information that unvaccinated travelers must enter through ArriveCAN. The OCITR is a mandatory part of the University`s approved plan to facilitate the entry of international students into Canada. For partially and unvaccinated travellers, the federal government has established an online compassionate exemption application process for those requesting limited release from quarantine to visit a patient, client or resident who is receiving intensive treatment for a life-threatening illness or upcoming end-of-life care, and/or attend a funeral or celebration of the event of life. Self-isolation required for travellers – As of December 22, all fully vaccinated travellers entering Prince Edward Island with a Prince Edward Island pass will be required to self-isolate for 4 days.
Travellers entering the province will receive two rapid tests and will be required to complete them on Day 2 and Day 4. If both tests are negative or if a negative PCR test on day 4 is received from a Health PEI screening clinic, that person may leave isolation. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals can only travel to the Northwest Territories to participate in long-distance tourism with an approved long-distance tourism operator, provided they meet certain entry and testing requirements. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals must be exempted from the Chief Public Health Officer of the Northwest Territories; Requests for exemptions are considered on a case-by-case basis. Entry is still prohibited to foreigners who are not fully vaccinated. Travel restrictions – No travel restrictions for domestic travellers entering Nova Scotia from all provinces and territories, but they must complete the secure registration form and refer to the self-isolation protocol, which depends on vaccination status. Self-isolation required – No self-isolation required for fully vaccinated travellers admitted to the Northwest Territories (residents, non-resident key workers or exempt travellers). Fully vaccinated travellers to communities other than Yellowknife, Inuvik, Fort Smith, Hay River, Fort Simpson and Norman Wells will be required to be tested for COVID-19 on days 1 and 14. Mandatory 8-day self-isolation for travelers partially vaccinated with a COVID-19 test on day 8. Mandatory 10-day self-isolation for unvaccinated travelers, including children under the age of 12 and household members who have not traveled, with a COVID-19 test on day 10.
All travellers entering the Northwest Territories must submit a self-isolation plan, regardless of their vaccination status. To complete a self-isolation plan and learn more about travel restrictions in the Northwest Territories, visit the Government of the Northwest Territories website. Who do I contact if I get sick while travelling to Alberta? Self-isolation required for travellers – Travellers entering Nunavik and James Bay may need to self-isolate. Unvaccinated underage students (under 18 years of age) and unvaccinated students (over 18 years of age) who receive a vaccination exemption for medical reasons must quarantine for 14 days. Fully vaccinated travellers arriving by air at Canada`s four major Canadian airports, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Toronto, and who are selected for random arrival tests and positive tests must self-isolate for ten days and report test results and/or symptoms to PHAC at 1-833-641-0343. Residents of Prince Edward Island are advised to avoid non-essential travel outside the province. Travel restrictions – As of December 17, it is not permitted to travel to Prince Edward Island or participate in organized activities or arts and cultural gatherings. All residents of Canada can travel to Prince Edward Island, with restrictions for those who do not have a Prince Edward Island pass.