Provincial and territorial restrictions
There are travel restrictions and exemptions when moving between or within some provinces and territories.
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Travelling by plane or train between provinces/territories
If you’re 12 years of age plus four months, or older, you must be fully vaccinated in order to board:
- domestic or international flights departing from most airports in Canada, including charter and foreign airlines carrying commercial passengers
- Medevac flights are excluded, regardless of where they depart or land
- Private flights that don't require access to airports with a vaccination requirement are excluded
- VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains
Boarding flights and trains in Canada
Check the provincial or territorial requirements
Whether you drive, fly, or take the train, go to the province or territory website of your final destination for restrictions and quarantine requirements.
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
Entering Canada from another country
Some federal rules for quarantine and isolation after entering Canada are different from the provincial or territorial rules. In this case, you must follow the stricter rules.
For example, if you must isolate after testing positive on your arrival test, mandatory isolation is for 10 days, even if your province only requires 5 days of isolation.
Check and follow both the federal and any provincial or territorial restrictions and requirements before traveling.
- Find out if you can enter Canada
- Check the provincial or territorial website to see if they have further restrictions
- Meet all the entry requirements for your situation:
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