When returning home from a trip, whether it is local or international, following the quarantine guidelines is of utmost importance. These rules vary by country when returning from international travel and by state, province and city when travelling domestically.
When returning to Canada from any international destination, the Government of Canada requires all travelers to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days and self-monitor for symptoms. This rule also applies to American citizens returning home to the US from international travel.
Domestic travel may also require a quarantine period depending on the state or province you have visited or returned home to. For applicable quarantine rules by province please click on the links below.