We are strictly following the government guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety. We have added an extra cleaning and sanitation process as well. Mask is mandatory through out the property.
Travel registration is needed for:
- Required for all travel outside Atlantic Canada Bubble
- Travellers from the Avignon and Témiscouata regions of Quebec are not required to register their travel, but registration is highly recommended so that border officials can easily determine if travellers are from these areas. This helps make screening faster at crossings and will keep traffic moving as smoothly as possible.
At the moment, travel regulation is as followed:
- Open Atlantic Bubble to Nova Scotia
- Canadian (Domestic)/* Maine travellers with one dose (Maine pending federal requirements)
No isolation requirement for travellers
- Canadian (Domestic)/* Maine travellers with no vaccine (Maine pending federal requirements)
Isolation with testing on day 5-7 and release with negative test
- International Travellers with no vaccine or only one dose
14 days isolation and day 10 test (pending federal requirements)
- International Travellers with two doses
No isolation required
* Phase 2 on the path to Green allows restrictions for travellers from Maine and other international jurisdictions to be reduced. However, these changes will not come into effect yet, as federal regulations supersede provincial guidelines. Federal restrictions for international travellers are available online.
- Remove requirement for isolating in a designated facility
Starting August 9th, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents with proof of a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test will be able to travel to Canada for non-essential purposes, without having to be isolated. The land border is still closed to non-essential travel. This will change on Canada’s end on August 9th. While the U.S. has yet to announce when it will reopen its land border, an announcement on that front should be coming soon. However, this is subject to change depending on the circumstances. For more information, please visit Public Health Agency of Canada.
To learn more about these guidelines, visit GNB.
We can’t wait to welcome you all soon!
*Updated on July 20, 2021