The Quarantine Act passed by the Canadian government imposes several conditions and restrictions for travelers entering Canada’s various provinces. Any traveler who has left Canada and returns will be required, by law, to self-quarantine for 14 days, unless they are exempt. Failure to do so can result in severe penalties, including six-month incarceration and up to a $750,000 fine. But international is not the only travel officials are worried about. With cases of new strains popping up in various parts of the world, the officials in the provinces are becoming more concerned about inter-provincial travel as well. …

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