The government began by opening different regions as time went on, but it would now be difficult to find a section of the province or Canada as a whole that isn't open.
However, the government of Quebec has asked that we avoid travelling as much as possible from one region or city to another.
The phased opening of Quebec's national parks began on May 20, visitors can expect to take advantage of parks' hiking and biking trails, as well as lakes for fishing during the day; however, buildings that handle services like washrooms and the sale of access passes won't be accessible.
As of June 1, campgrounds in Quebec can reopen as the Société des establishments de plein air du Québec (SÉPAQ) has been given the green light to reopen all kinds of campsites, chalets, ready-to-camp units, yurts and rustic camps outside of the Greater Montreal area and Joliette. That means there won't be camping access to Oka National Park, the Boucherville Islands or Mont-Saint-Hilaire until further notice.
If you're thinking of heading out to Nord-du-Québec or the Nunavik and Cree Territory of James Bay regions and territories, expect checkpoints as only essential travel is currently authorized for humanitarian reasons, to work where activities have not been suspended, or to obtain services that individuals’ health status requires. Police may ask you to provide documents like a proof of residence at your destination, a driver's licence, or a document provided by an employer.
Travellers who have to use the road and ferry to travel to and from Îles-de-la-Madeleine must now fill out a form to be allowed to cross New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
The US-Canada border is currently closed for non-essential travel, but as of June 9, the Canadian government is now allowing family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents living in Canada to receive family members.