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Hover over the provinces and territories to see current domestic travel restrictions and traveller self‑isolation requirements. Information updated as of May 5, 2021.

Quebec

Quebec
Mandatory 14-day quarantine for Quebec residents returning from ON except for purposes such as work, education, delivery of essential services and obtaining necessary health-care services unavailable in Quebec. As of April 19, Quebec is restricting travel from Ontario with the exception of returning Quebec residents; purposes such as work, education or delivery of essential services; and those who need to transit through Quebec to another province. Travel between regions within Quebec should only be for essential purposes. A curfew is in effect from 9:30pm to 5am for both Level 4 - Maximum Alert (red) zones and Level 3 - Alert (orange) zones. People are prohibited to move outside of their homes during these hours with few exceptions (e.g. going to work or medical reasons). As of April 14, special emergency measures are in place for Québec City, the entire Chaudière-Appalaches and Outaouais regions, most of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region and as of May 6, the MRC du Granit in the Estrie region, including a curfew of 8pm to 5am. Québec City and the Chaudière-Appalaches and Outaouais regions move back to the Level 4 - Maximum Alert (red) zone on May 10.

Yukon

Yukon
Mandatory self-isolation for all domestic travelers entering Yukon, except for residents of border areas and critical workers from British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Nunavut; critical service workers entering Yukon from all other Canadian jurisdictions must self-isolate; self-isolation must occur in Whitehorse, unless visiting a family member (in which case self-isolation must occur at their residence). Entry permitted for Canadians following self-isolation requirements, with few exceptions; 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 and travel respectfully. The government does not recommend non-essential travel to the territory.

Northwest Territories

Mandatory 14-day self-isolation for all admitted travellers to the Northwest Territories, who must self-isolate in Yellowknife, Hay River, Inuvik, Fort Smith, Fort Simpson or Norman Wells. Designated isolation centres are located in Yellowknife, Hay River, Inuvik and Fort Smith. Fully vaccinated travellers can get tested for COVID-19 on the 8th day of self-isolation; if results are negative only self-monitoring is required for the remainder of the 14 days. Travel restrictions for anyone travelling to the Northwest Territories; entry permitted for Northwest Territories residents or those coming to the Northwest Territories to live, work, study or support essential workers. Entry also permitted to out-of-territory visitors staying at a remote site with a Northwest Territories tourism operator with approved Remote Tourism Operators COVID-19 Operations Plan. Exemptions to travel restrictions may be granted for critical or essential workers, exceptional circumstances, family reunification, travellers from Nunavut, those travelling for traditional harvest purposes or those transiting through the Northwest Territories to other provinces or territories.

Nunavut

As of May 4, 14-day self-isolation is mandatory for all travellers entering from the Northwest Territories. As of April 15, 14-day self-isolation for all travellers returning to their home communities from Iqaluit. Mandatory 14-day self-isolation for all admitted travellers prior to boarding a plane to Nunavut, except for those travelling directly from Churchill, Manitoba; mandatory isolation must occur in government designated sites in Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa or Yellowknife. As of April 26, travel to and from Iqaluit is restricted. As of April 20, all travel to and from Kinngait is restricted. Travel bubble with Churchill, Manitoba, whereby no isolation required if travelling directly from Churchill; prohibition on all other travel into Nunavut, except residents and critical workers who require written permission from the territory’s Chief Public Health Officer to enter. Non-essential travel within Nunavut is not recommended.