The tourists in the direction of the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, passing by New Brunswick, will not ultimately stop there for a night or a bite to eat at the restaurant.
This is what announced on Wednesday that the government of Quebec, in a statement which specifies the procedure for the tourists who visit the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, in the car.
Saturday, Quebec announced an agreement 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.
Thus, as of 26 June, all travelers should plan their trips and have on hand in the form accessible online, duly filled in and printed.
This form states that the tourist should commit to “not [s]’stop at New Brunswick in the course of the journey, except for [se] supplies of gasoline or food.” Travellers will not be able to stop at Île-du-Prince-Édouard, except to pick of the essence.
Without this form, it will be impossible to cross the borders of the two provinces. Motorists must also have with them their return tickets for the ferry, as well as a proof of accommodation on site, either tourist or as a family.