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There Are 5 Provinces You Can Visit This Fall Without Having To Self-Isolate

There are exceptions in one province and all three territories.
Where Can I Travel In Canada Without Quarantine: You Can Go To 5 Provinces Freely

Fall is the perfect time to explore the country. If you've been wondering where can I travel in Canada without quarantine, we've got the answers! There are five provinces where you can do that and some exceptions in one province and all the territories. 

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Where can I go without self-isolating?

Explore Canada keeps an up to date map about which parts of the country are open for domestic travellers.

Currently, there are five provinces that don't require you to hideaway for two weeks.

If you're looking to have a fall adventure, you could take a trip to B.C. and you don't have to self-isolate when you get there.

The only restriction in the province is that non-residents can't go to Haida Gwaii.

Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario have no quarantine requirements and also no travel restrictions of any kind! 

You can head to Quebec without having to self-isolate for a certain period of time but you can't go to Nunavik or James Bay.

Are there any exceptions?

In Manitoba, there are some exceptions. People from western Canada and northwestern Ontario don't have to self-isolate while people from other parts of the country do.

The province's northern region has restrictions but you can still travel directly to resorts, lodges and campgrounds there.

Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are letting people travelling directly between the two territories and they're exempt from self-isolation rules.

People from Churchill, Manitoba can also travel freely to Nunavut without doing a 14-day quarantine.

You have to meet self-isolation requirements in Yukon unless you're a traveller from the other two territories and B.C.

What about the Atlantic bubble?

When the Atlantic bubble opened up back in July, it allowed for residents of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, P.E.I. and Newfoundland & Labrador to not self-isolate while travelling within the region.

Canadians outside of the bubble still face restrictions.

Non-essential travel isn't allowed into P.E.I.

The same goes for New Brunswick and Newfoundland & Labrador unless you own property there but you still have to self-isolate for 14 days.

You can go to Nova Scotia for any reason whether it's essential or just for fun as long as you stay in quarantine for two weeks before you head into the community.

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