Coronavirus: What you Need to Know
January 11, 2021
The region is currently at the red alert level. Please refer to the Government of Québec's website for details.
Please note that it is strongly recommended to confirm the opening days and schedule with the different businesses and to book ahead when possible.
Curfew between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. Meals take-out must stop at 7:30 p.m., but deliveries may continue until the restaurants close.
Until February 8, the measures will include the cessation of the following activities:
- Restaurant dining rooms (delivery and take-out are maintained)
- Non-essential businesses (other than grocery stores, pharmacies and hardware stores). The pick-up of goods ordered online or by phone is permitted
- Performance halls, cinemas, theatres, libraries and museums
- Aquarium, indoor amusement parks and waterparks
- Saunas, spas and body care centers
- Indoor skating rinks and pools
- Bars and casinos
- Youth hostels
- Fitness centers and any organized sport or leisure activity
- Activities organized in a public place such as guided outdoor activities
Indoor and outdoor private gatherings. Only gatherings of people living at the same address are allowed
Places of worship
The government recommends avoiding non-essential interregional travel.
Hotel establishments are open, but only occupants of the same private residence are allowed in an accommodation unit. Dining rooms of hotel restaurants are closed, but deliveries to rooms and take out are permitted.
Please note that the number of customers allowed in attractions and shops that are still openend is limited. It is strongly recommended to confirm the schedule and to book ahead with the different businesses.
It is mandatory to wear a mask or a face cover in closed and partially covered public places as well as in public transports for people 10 years and older.
Canada's borders are still closed to foreign visitors. Although we can't wait to see you again, we invite you to respect the measures in place and to be extremely careful.
Visitors from Other Canadian Provinces
There are no isolation measures for people arriving from other Canadian provinces. Despite the reopening of most of the regions, every person is requested, as much as possible, to limit travel from one region to another or from one city to another.
Visitors from USA
There are border restrictions for nonessential travel to Canada at the Canada-U.S. borders. Travelers are prohibited from entering Canada from the United States for an optional or discretionary purpose, such as tourism, recreation or entertainment.
Visitors from Europe
Foreign travellers cannot enter Canada, apart from a few exemption situations.
As this situation continues to change rapidly, please visit the official websites to have the most up to date information:
- If you are in the province of Québec: Government of Québec’s website
- If you are outside the province of Québec: Government of Canada's website