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Nunavut and Northwest Territories Common Travel Area
Nunavut and Churchill, Manitoba Common Travel Area
1. The Chief Public Health Officer of Nunavut, in partnership with the Chief Public Health
Officers of the Northwest Territories and Manitoba has established two Common Travel
a. The Nunavut and Northwest Territories Common Travel Area; and
b. The Nunavut and Churchill, Manitoba Common Travel Area.
2. This allows unrestricted travel between Nunavut and the Northwest Territories or between
Nunavut and Churchill, Manitoba for anyone who has not travelled outside Nunavut or the
Northwest Territories in the fourteen (14) days prior to travel and who have completed any
mandatory self-isolation ordered by the Chief Public Health Officer of Nunavut, the
Northwest Territories, or Manitoba.
3. Travellers who do not leave a Common Travel Area do not have to isolate prior to their
4. If you leave a Common Travel Area at any time you will have to isolate at a designated
facility prior to returning home.
5. The Nunavut and Churchill, Manitoba Common Travel area includes overland travel through
unpopulated areas between the Nunavut-Manitoba boundary and Churchill.
6. All Travellers intending to travel to Nunavut must complete this declaration and submit it to
in order to receive a letter of authorization permitting
travel and present it to the air carrier upon check-in for verification.
7. A parent or guardian may complete the declaration on behalf of their minor children.
8. Making a false declaration is a breach of the Travel Restriction Order.
Declaration of Traveller
1. I, intend to travel to
(community) on (date).
2. I have been physically present within the boundaries of Nunavut, the Northwest Territories,
or Churchill, Manitoba for the past fourteen (14) days.
3. I will not leave the following Common Travel Area during my trip (check the appropriate
a. Nunavut and Northwest Territories Common Travel Area ⎕
b. Nunavut and Churchill, Manitoba Common Travel Area ⎕