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Covid-19 Update

May 22, 2021News

We remind you that you must observe sanitary measures in place, do not gather when prohibited, and comply with any request from your host.

Before booking and travelling you must check the restrictions in effect. The situation is changing quickly, and we may have to cancel your bookings in order to comply with public health measures. If this is the case, you will be notified by email.

Here is some information on the public health measures in place by province:

Ontario

Ontario recently announced a reopening plan, Roadmap to Reopen, a three-step plan to safely and cautiously reopen the province and gradually lift public health measures based on the provincewide vaccination rate and improvements in key public health and health care indicators.

Ontario is heading into Step 1 of its Roadmap to Reopening as of Friday, June 11th.

Terego members in Ontario will be able to start booking RV parkings as of this date. 

Please note that Ontario borders shared with Manitoba and Quebec will open for non-essential travel on June 16th. Terego members residing in other provinces will be able to book in Ontario at this date. 

Quebec

Travel between regions and cities is not recommended, but it is possible.

Terego reservations in Quebec are authorized, in line with public health recommendations. Click here to see the Quebec Alert Levels Map (external website). 

New Brunswick

Travel for Canadian residents is permitted under certain conditions. Click here to find out what travellers should do before they travel.

Nova Scotia 

Travel for Canadian residents is permitted under certain conditions. Click here to find out what travellers should do before they travel.

Prince-Edward Island

Starting July 18, 2021, travel from any Canadian region outside of the Atlantic provinces will be permitted under certain conditions. Click here to find out what travellers should do before they travel.

British Columbia

Recreational travel within B.C. is allowed starting July 1.


We remain available if you have any question or comments. You may contact us at info@terego.ca or to call us at 514-750-7654.

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