Is the border between Maine and New Brunswick Open?

The new St. Croix River border crossing between Calais. Maine and the St. Stephen area of New Brunswick has now opened.

Where is the border crossing from Maine to New Brunswick?

The Houlton–Woodstock Border Crossing is a border crossing and port of entry on the Canada–United States border, east of Houlton, Maine and west of Woodstock, New Brunswick. The US border station is often called Houlton Station.

Can you cross into New Brunswick?

Yes, travellers entering New Brunswick, regardless of their destination, will be required to register with the New Brunswick Travel Registry. Vaccinated individuals and medically exempt individuals will only need to register one time and will be able to apply for a multi-use pass.

Do you need a passport to go to New Brunswick?

Persons crossing the border must carry proof of identity and citizenship. In most cases this is a passport. Examples of additional documentation can include a birth certificate, naturalization certificate, citizenship certificate, or a government-issued photo ID (such as a driver’s license).

Can you go to Nova Scotia without a passport?

Citizens of the United States (U.S.) travelling between the U.S. and Canada require a valid U.S. passport, Air NEXUS card or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner document.

How many border crossings does Maine have?

24 land border crossings
Maine has 24 land border crossings along the 611 miles it shares with Quebec and New Brunswick. The most popular of these crossings are Madawaska Edmundston, Houlton Woodstock, and Calais St. Stephen.

What do I need to cross the NS border?

Border documentation documentation proving your reason for travel if you’re exempt from self-isolation. proof of vaccination if you’re travelling to Nova Scotia from another Canadian province or territory and were fully vaccinated or partially vaccinated at least 14 days before arriving in Nova Scotia.

Can you travel from New Brunswick to Nova Scotia without isolating?

Travel within Atlantic Canada People travelling between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador may need to self-isolate when they arrive in Nova Scotia. Self-isolation requirements are based on vaccination status and testing.

Can I move to Nova Scotia during Covid?

When travelling to Nova Scotia to house hunt or move to Nova Scotia, military, defence and police personnel and their spouse or partners who don’t have COVID-19 symptoms and are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arriving in Nova Scotia should complete the Safe Check-in Form as a regular traveller.

What do I need to cross the NB border?

Travellers returning to New Brunswick from Maine or other U.S. destinations will need a negative COVID-19 molecular test taken within 72 hours of arrival. They will also need to upload proof of vaccination and additional travel information to the ArriveCan app up to 72 hours before crossing the border.