MAP OF CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS FOR CANADA's PROVINCES

Here's where Canadian can travel within Canada during the coronavirus pandemic.

We’ve shared a thorough guide to help you decide if you should travel and to help the many of you who are ready to travel within our own country, here is a basic map that shows where you can go now (plus more details below the map).

It is a map of provincial entry restrictions alone. Of course some remote regions within a province can still be closed even to residents of their own province: this map just shows you if you can enter the province or not.

Flytrippers now recommends safe & responsible travel within Canada if it makes sense in your situation. Compared to international travel, COVID-19 insurance is often covered through inter-provincial agreements and the federal 14-day quarantine rule doesn’t apply (but some provinces have such a rule for their own residents).

We’ll soon also have an interactive map of all the countries where Canadians can travel to right now (there are actually many of them).

Don’t miss further posts to discover each corner of our beautiful country (and a lot more content for Canadian travelers).

Sign up for free to get all our future resources.

And share this tool with your travel buddies who are also ready to travel soon.

To see your map, select your province:

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Ontario

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

* Residents of Northwest Ontario are allowed to enter Manitoba with no quarantine.

 

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Quebec

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

* Residents of Quebec are allowed to cross NB and PE to reach the Magdalen Islands ferry.
* Additional exemption possibly coming August 1st for those who live near the NB border.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of British Columbia

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Alberta

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Saskatchewan

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Manitoba

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

* Residents of Churchill are allowed to enter NU.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of New Brunswick

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Prince Edward Island

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Nova Scotia

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Newfoundland and Labrador

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Yukon

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of the Northwest Territories

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Canada travel restrictions map

For residents of Nunavut

Click here to see the detailed information for each destination.

Detailed rules for each Canadian province/territory

With official links for more information

Updated July 23rd

BRITISH COLUMBIA

British Columbia is open to all Canadians, with no quarantine requirement.

Official British Columbia coronavirus website

Why visit BC? (coming soon)

ALBERTA

Alberta is open to all Canadians, with no quarantine requirement.

Official Alberta coronavirus website

Why visit Alberta? (coming soon)

SASKATCHEWAN

Saskatchewan is open to all Canadians, with no quarantine requirement.

Official Saskatchewan coronavirus website

MANITOBA

Manitoba is open to Canadians from Western Canada (BC, AB, SK), the territories, and Northwest ON, with no quarantine requirement.
Manitoba is open to other Canadians with a 14-day mandatory quarantine requirement.

Official Manitoba coronavirus website

ONTARIO

Ontario is open to all Canadians, with no quarantine requirement.

Official Ontario coronavirus website

QUEBEC

Quebec is open to all Canadians, with no quarantine requirement.

Official Quebec coronavirus website

NEW BRUNSWICK

New Brunswick is open to Canadians from Atlantic Canada (NS, PE, NL), with no quarantine requirement.
New Brunswick is closed to other Canadians (except those going to the Magdalen Islands Ferry).

Official New Brunswick coronavirus website

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Prince Edward Island is open to Canadians from Atlantic Canada (NS, NB, NL), with no quarantine requirement.
Prince Edward Island is closed to other Canadians (except those going to the Magdalen Islands Ferry).

Official Prince Edward Island coronavirus website

NOVA SCOTIA

Nova Scotia is open to Canadians from Atlantic Canada (NB, PE, NL), with no quarantine requirement.
Nova Scotia is open to other Canadians with a 14-day mandatory quarantine requirement.

Official Nova Scotia coronavirus website

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Newfoundland and Labrador is open to Canadians from Atlantic Canada (NS, NB, PE), with no quarantine requirement.
Newfoundland and Labrador is closed to other Canadians.

Official Newfoundland and Labrador coronavirus website

YUKON

Yukon is open to Canadians from British Columbia and the other territories (NT, NU), with no quarantine requirement.
Yukon is open to other Canadians with a 14-day mandatory quarantine requirement.

Official Yukon coronavirus website

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

The Northwest Territories are open to Canadians from Nunavut, with no quarantine requirement.
The Northwest Territories are closed to other Canadians.

Official Northwest Territories coronavirus website

NUNAVUT

Nunavut is open to Canadians from the Northwest Territories, with no quarantine requirement.
Nunavut is closed to other Canadians.

Official Nunavut coronavirus website

Want to get all our content?

Subscribe to receive all our resources for Canadian travelers.

Share this tool: