Domestic and international travel
Special consideration needs to be given to access to campus
by individuals coming from outside the community, such as those travelling between provinces/territories within Canada, as
well as international students and faculty. Local, provincial/territorial and/or federal requirements for domestic and international travellers will necessitate a period of self-isolation prior to integration into campus activity. As of March 25, 2020, all travellers incoming to Canada are subject to mandatory 14-day quarantine (self-isolation) enforceable through an Emergency Order under the Quarantine Act.
The quarantine plan of any student arriving from outside of
Canada must respect the requirements for a quarantine plan as described in the Emergency Order in effect at the time of their
entry into Canada. As with any other non-exempt traveller, these students must be able to self-quarantine or self-isolate
for 14 days; they must not be in contact with a vulnerable person (as defined in the Order); and, they must have access to
the necessities of life (e.g., food, their medication). The border screening officer or quarantine officer has the final say
on what is considered a suitable quarantine plan upon entry into Canada.