The Quebec-Ontario Border Is Now Open & Here's What That Means
Though it's unclear who missed whom the most, the Quebec-Ontario border restrictions are finally over and non-essential interprovincial travel is allowed.
I am happy to learn that travel restrictions will be lifted between Ontario and Québec this Wednesday. After months… https://t.co/GP4o1IZIEL— Jim Watson (@Jim Watson) 1623694623.0
Remember that prior to June 16, interprovincial travel was restricted for only essential reasons such as work or medical emergencies.
But as of Wednesday, you're all clear and will only have to contend with normal levels of road congestion.
You can do (almost) anything!
Mercredi, notre frontière avec l’Ontario sera rouverte. Nous comptons sur la collaboration des visiteurs ontariens… https://t.co/8S4WIDUOIK— Geneviève Guilbault (@Geneviève Guilbault) 1623686169.0
Ontarians are asked to follow regional health rules in Quebec.
In a press release, the Government of Quebec specifically noted that people from Ontario are allowed to dine at Quebec restaurants "within the limits of the rules applicable to each [health] zone."
The 14-day isolation requirement for Quebecers returning home from Ontario has also expired.
Quebecers should note that, as of the time of writing, their province has more things open than Ontario.
Ontario's rules can be found online.