Atlantic Travel Bubble FAQ

The following documents were prepared by the Nova Scotia Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing. For the most up-to-date information please remember to check the official Nova Scotia coronavirus page.


Atlantic Travel Bubble FAQ


Travelers from Outside Atlantic Canada to Nova Scotia FAQ

Municipal parks, trails, fields, and playgrounds update

On March 22, 2020, the Province of Nova Scotia declared a state of emergency to help contain the spread of COVID-19. As part of the recovery plan additional restrictions have been lifted, as of June 18.

Municipal parks, trails, fields, and playgrounds are open for use.

As directed by the province please play and use spaces safely by practicing the following.  

  • Stay home at any sign of sickness
  • Avoid crowded areas & limit contact
  • Don’t share toys
  • Wash hands before and after
  • Adults and children should practice social distancing
  • Practice proper cough and sneeze etiquette.

Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre Update

As per provincial public health directives, effective June 5, “fitness facilities such as gyms, yoga studios and climbing facilities can open if they are ready and choose to do so”

The Municipality is looking forward to opening the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre, but at this time we are still working on preparing the facility to safely open and we will not open to the public on June 5. We will provide updates when we have more information to share.

Bulletin to Municipalities from the Dept of Mun Affairs

The Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing issued a Bulletin to Municipalities on June 3, 2020.

To read the document in full click here.

Topics include:

  • Provinical State of Emergency
  • Reactivation of the Nova Scotia Economy
  • Provincal Stimulus Investments
  • Volunteering During COVID-19
  • DMAH Operational Updates