Proof of Atlantic residency required to enter N.S.

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As the Atlantic provinces prepare to open up their borders to each other on Friday, Nova Scotia is reminding visitors that they will be required to show proof of residency to enter the province.

Beginning on July 3, residents of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador will be able to travel to Nova Scotia, provided they show proof of residency, as part of the 'Atlantic bubble'.

If people can prove with these documents that their permanent home is in Atlantic Canada, they will not have to self-isolate for 14 days when coming into Nova Scotia. People from outside Atlantic Canada must self-isolate for 14 days upon arriving in Nova Scotia. If a person from outside of Atlantic Canada has already self-isolated for 14 days in another Atlantic Canadian province, they may enter Nova Scotia without self-isolating again.


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Looks like the confed bridge entrance to PEI. Why show this regarding NS?

Why $46 million for Touriism then ?

Isn't that against our Charter? (Sec.6 (1)).

do my rubber boots count

Liberal left turning canada into another CHINA, and removing the rights of canadians to move ANYWHERE IN CANADA. Cultural revolution, the destroying of History, lockdowns, and proof of residency to travel....will we have the destruction of the UPPER Classes wealth soon?

It's nice to see NS taking this initiative. It's too bad NL keeps letting people in from all over the globe covidiots bubbletrouble noscreening

Last time i check that bridge goes to PEI and not NS.

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