Ontario reopened borders with Quebec and Manitoba. Since April, for two months, traveling between the provinces was restricted to healthcare, custody, or compassionate reasons like a funeral. Moreover, during that period police were allowed to stop people and question the purpose of their travel. A provincial order restricting interprovincial non-essential travel expired at midnight. Starting from today, the borders are fully reopened but Ontarians are still requested to follow the measures in place.
The restrictions of 14-day quarantine after arrival have been lifted. The Government’s comments on the decision suggest that these changes are expected to benefit the provinces.