If you still want to travel this year but are wary of leaving the country, this could be perfect for you. An Air Canada sale is on now for flights within Canada as long as you travel in October and November. Some tickets are even as low as $91!\nThe sale is all about having a fall getaway here at home.\nEditor's Choice: This Gorgeous Ontario Oasis Is Like A Caribbean Vacation Without The Airfare\nSo, if you want to head somewhere for Thanksgiving or take a trip to see the beautiful autumn colours, this is your chance to do so and save some money.\nThe airline is offering 15% off all economy, premium economy and business class base fares within Canada.\nYou have to book your flight by 11:59 p.m. local time on July 16 from the city you'll be departing from.\nAlso, you have to buy a ticket for travel between October 1 and November 30.\nWhen you enter promo code FZNEDBB1 when searching for flights between those dates, the 15% off will automatically be applied.\nThat means the prices you see in the search results are discounted.\nThere are so many possibilities with this sale.\nA one-way flight from Vancouver to Edmonton on October 11 is only $91.\nYou can head to Montreal from Toronto one-way for just $110 on November 23.\nView this post on Instagram Made for you. Made in Quebec, Canada. We can't wait to welcome the comfortable, modern and fuel-efficient Airbus A220 into our fleet starting later this year! . . Il est fait pour vous. De fabrication canadienne, au Québec. Nous avons très hâte d’accueillir le confortable, moderne et écoénergétique A220 d’Airbus dans notre parc aérien à compter de la fin de l’année! A post shared by Air Canada (@aircanada) on Aug 14, 2019 at 10:09am PDT\nIt costs $157 for a one-way flight from Toronto to Halifax on October 1.\nTo fly from Vancouver to Winnipeg on October 12, a ticket costs $162 with the 15% off discount.\nYou can even span almost the entire country for less than $300. A one-way ticket from Vancouver to Montreal on October 14 is $266.\nView this post on Instagram Would you believe us if we told you this is actually in a city? Once upon a time, Parc La Fontaine was a farm, until it was transformed into a pbulic park in the 1870s. It has served as a place for communities to gather, socialise, and enjoy Montreal’s bohemian vibe ever since! If you fancy a snack on your stroll around, @espacelafontaine is a cultural bistro within the park, and offers a diverse menu along with exhibitions by local artists! #ExploreCanada 📷: @karlvibes 📍: @montreal, @tourismequebec #MTLMoments #QuebecOriginal A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on Oct 12, 2019 at 8:00am PDT\nCanada currently has a travel advisory in place that warns everybody to avoid all non-essential travel outside of the country.\nHowever, there hasn't been any warning issued about domestic travel.\nStill, some provinces and territories still have restrictions on who can visit even from other places in the country.\nThis interactive map shows you where travel is allowed in Canada.\nYou put in what province or territory you want to go to and where you're from and then it'll tell you if you can go there, if you can go but with restrictions or if you can't go at all.