Quebecers who want to go to the Îles-de-la-Madeleine are now required to register on the websites of the New Brunswick and Prince Edward island for permission to make this move in the context of the pandemic.
The New Brunswick and Île-du-Prince-Édouard is to ensure that all individuals travelling in their territory comply with the same requirements and formalities. Most of the travelers visiting the Islands in transit through the territory of one or the other of these provinces.
During the pandemic, the provinces had agreed on access to the ferry leading to the Islands-de-la-Madeleine and on the conditions of health and safety. This new measure therefore refers to the to go to the Islands, but also the return to Quebec continental.
Quebecers will now be required to have this form when they travel, but also “the self-declaration form Quebec, their return ticket for the ferry, as well as proof of residence in the Islands for residents and owners of the secondary residence, or proof of reservation for tourist accommodation or for a family stay,” said the Quebec government in a press release.
All the necessary papers to travel without obstacles are available on the websites of the various provincial governments.
Remember that the borders of the Atlantic provinces are closed to Quebecers, who are limited to travel essential. They must also submit to a quarantine of two weeks whether they intend to stay in one of these provinces.