Travelling from outside New Brunswick?
Starting July 1, travellers from across Canada and the U.S. state of Maine who have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine will be welcome to enter New Brunswick with no isolation requirement. Canadian and Maine travellers who have not been vaccinated will be permitted to enter the province but will be subject to testing and isolation requirements. Note: Travellers from all Atlantic Bubble Provinces will be permitted to enter without the vaccination requirement.
Travel Registration is required for all visitors arriving from across Canada and Maine, with the exception of those travelling to New Brunswick from the Atlantic Bubble Provinces or the Avignon and Témiscouata regions of Quebec. All restrictions will be lifted when the province moves to the Green level, expected August 2. Find detailed information on New Brunswick’s path to Green plan.
Got a question?
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask your questions or call 1-800-561-0123 to speak one-on-one with one of our helpful New Brunswick travel consultants.
If you’re already on the road, stop at a Municipal Visitor Information Centre to take advantage of a variety of free services to make your travel in the province stress-free.
Travel counsellors will help you discover the best the area has to offer and will give you many great ideas and suggestions, including attractions, natural sites and accommodations.
New Brunswick is in the Atlantic Standard Time zone
The Atlantic time zone (UTC/GMT -4 hours) is 4 hours behind London time and 5 hours behind European time. If you are traveling from Ontario, Quebec or Maine, don’t forget to set your watch an hour ahead!
We also participate in Daylight Savings Time, which means that on the second Sunday in March, the clock goes ahead one hour – until the first Sunday in November when the clock goes back one hour.
The sales tax is called the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) and is applied at a single rate of 15% to a base of goods and services. (This percentage is made up of 5% federal tax and 10% provincial tax.)
New Year's Day – January 1
Family Day – Third Monday of February
Good Friday – First Friday after the full moon on or after March 21
Easter Monday – First Monday after Good Friday
Victoria Day – First Monday preceding May 25
Canada Day – July 1
New Brunswick Day – First Monday in August
Labour Day – First Monday in September
Thanksgiving Day – Second Monday in October
Remembrance Day – November 11
Christmas Day – December 25
Boxing Day – December 26