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Another Canadian Province Is Tightening Its Borders To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19

Crossing provincial borders is becoming more complicated!👇🚗

Just days after Justin Trudeau said he’d back interprovincial travel restrictions in Canada, another region has updated its border measures.

In an unplanned press conference on Monday, April 19, P.E.I. officials confirmed that the region would be suspending all non-resident travel to the island from outside of Atlantic Canada.

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The new rule is effective immediately and will remain in effect until at least May 17, 2021.

Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Heather Morrison also urged P.E.I. residents to avoid non-essential travel outside of the region, before revealing that plans for reopening the Atlantic bubble would be re-examined.

Ontario also recently announced new provincial restrictions, limiting ground travel between Ontario, Manitoba and Quebec.

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Hudson's Bay is kicking it old school and bringing Zellers back from the archives for a pop-up shop in Ontario.

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Businesses that don't comply with Ontario's proof of vaccination policy risk facing a hefty fine.

Italian restaurant Zucchinis Cucina in Oakville says they will be allowing unvaccinated patrons to dine with them despite the new vaccine certificate program in Ontario.

The restaurant took to Instagram on Thursday, September 23, and posted a picture of a sign announcing that they do not discriminate "against any customer based on sex, gender, race, creed, age, vaccinated or unvaccinated."

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Travel + Leisure recently released a list of the 12 best small towns in Canada that "deliver on adventure, charm, and hospitality" and they look absolutely wonderful.

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