As the Covid-19 pandemic begins to ease over the coming months, people all over the world will try to return to some semblance of ‘normal’. As restrictions around the world lift and people begin to travel again, here is a list of resources to help find the information you’ll need for Domestic and International Travel.

Coronavirus updates – including recovered cases
Canadian Government Travel Advisories
World Health Organization
Centres for Disease Control

02JUN20 – Interprovincial travel regulations, including if self-isolation is required. Possible to travel in BC, AB, ON, SK without self-isolation on arrival. Some restrictions apply.

As international travel resumes, many countries are requiring you to present a negative Covid-19 test, taken within 48 – 72 hours of departure. Getting a non-essential Covid-19 test done, currently varies by province. Here are a few of the provincial links for further information.

Nova Scotia – Must have at least one symptom to be tested for Covid-19.
Alberta – Testing available for all Albertans with or without symptoms
Saskatchewan – Testing for those with symptoms or high risk.
Ontario – Anyone can get tested.
Quebec – Testing for those with symptoms or high risk