This could come in handy for any summer vacation plans. Are you asking yourself where can I travel in Canada now? A new interactive map tool will tell you exactly what the situation is in different parts of the country and if there are any restrictions to be aware of.\nPut together by the Canadian Travel & Tourism Roundtable, the Time to Travel map is a way for people across the country to figure out where they can go.\n"Our mission is to promote a responsible reboot of the travel and tourism industries by prioritizing safety and adherence to new regulations," the group said.\nWhen using the interactive map, you have to put in which province or territory you want to visit and which one you're a resident of.\nThere are three stages: you can go there, you can go but there are restrictions, or you can't go at all.\nSo, a resident of Ontario who puts that they want to take a trip to Manitoba will see that there are restrictions.\nThat's because people who aren't residents of northwestern Ontario or western Canada have to self isolate for 14 days after entering Manitoba.\nCurrently, nobody from any province can travel to Nunavut or the Northwest Territories.\nView this post on Instagram Magical Haida Gwaii. Photo by @punkodelish #Canada A post shared by Canada (@canada) on Jun 26, 2020 at 9:27am PDT\nThe three stages of the interactive map are colour coded with red, yellow and green so that it's easy to understand just by looking at it.\nIt's like traffic lights.\nRed means a trip there isn't allowed, yellow means there are restrictions and green means you're good to go.\nResidents of B.C. can visit the Yukon and won't have to self-isolate starting on July 1 so the territory is green on the map.\nView this post on Instagram Today's #CanadaSpotlight is on @tourismpei!⠀ ⠀ Welcome to Prince Edward Island — it may be Canada's smallest province, but it's big on beauty and nothing short of amazing. With over 90 beaches boasting the warmest waters north of Florida, 60 charming lighthouses, and an amazing food and craft beer scene, we're dreaming of the island life! ⠀ ⠀ Head on over to @tourismpei to discover more from afar. Don't forget to check out their recipe posts for some authentic dishes that will bring a taste of PEI to your home! 😋🦞 ⠀ ⠀ #ExploreCanadaFromHome #ForGlowingHearts⠀ ⠀ 📷: ⠀ 1. @teresa.megan⠀ 2 & 3. @alexgdouglas⠀ 4. @mattchisholmm ⠀ 5. @onthecoastns⠀ 6. @tourismpei/Paul Baglole⠀ 7. @pravakar.thapa⠀ 8. @ryanfloodphoto⠀ ⠀ 📍: @tourismpei⠀ ⠀ #ExplorePEI A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on May 6, 2020 at 8:41am PDT\nProvinces on Canada's east coast recently approved an Atlantic travel bubble that starts on July 3.\nThat will allow residents of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, New Brunswick and P.E.I. to move freely to the other three provinces without self-isolating.\nCanada currently has a travel advisory in place that warns against all non-essential trips out of the country.\nHowever, there's no official word about not vacationing within it.