The Canada Border Services Agency is reminding the public that despite the tradition of traveling during May long weekend, non-essential international travel is prohibited. This is to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

"The CBSA is reminding all travelers that travel restriction announced back in March are still in place," said Luke Reimer with the Canada Border Services Agency.

Residents of the USA are prohibited from entering Canada for non-essential travel. However permanent residents and citizens are free to return to Canada, though there will be some restrictions put in place. This includes a screening process for COVID-19 and mandatory 14-day self-isolation after arrival.