As of July 5th, some Canadians are exempt from certain travel restrictions

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As the province and the rest of the country continue to roll out vaccines and lift restrictions, the line between allowed and forbidden is becoming hazier and hazier. This is especially true when it comes to domestic and international travel.

I'm sure we've all allowed ourselves to daydream once or twice about that first trip we'll finally be able to take, the sights we'll see and even the people we'll meet.

But of course, like everything now, COVID-safe travel is new and uncharted territory. As such, our governments and officials have implemented certain rules and regulations to keep us all safe. Continue below to see the complete listing.

Getting tested to enter Canada

Pre-entry test requirements

All travelers 5 years of age or older, regardless of citizenship, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result. You don't require a test to fly within Canada.