Tourists quebecers will be able to go to the Îles-de-la-Madeleine by the road and the ferry as early as 26 June, announced the government of Quebec Saturday.
An agreement has been reached with the governments of New Brunswick and Prince Edward island to enable the drivers in Quebec to get to the ferry terminal to Mouse (Î.-P.-É) that leads to the Islands.
During their passage in the two provinces, Quebecers will go to the Îles-de-la-Madeleine will need to have in their possession a form that will be available on the website of the government. Motorists will have to also have in hand their ticket to the ferry and a proof of accommodation on the island.
The authorities of New Brunswick and Île-du-Prince-Édouard specify that the tourists québécois will not be able to cross the border without the form.
Motorists will be able to make stops in New Brunswick to refuel, eat or sleep a single night in the territory.
L’île-du-Prince-Édouard, in turn, demand for Quebecers to go directly to the terminal of a Mouse, their exit from the Confederation bridge. However, it will be possible to make stops in the province for refueling.