The Canadian leadership approved the Quarantine Act that imposes restrictions, measures, and conditions for individuals entering the country’s different provinces. Like in many countries, travelers who leave Canada and then return must quarantine for two weeks, unless otherwise advised.
Travelers who fail to so are subject to severe penalties like half-a-year incarceration and $750,000 as a fine. However, international travels are not problematic because inter-provincial travels are attracting more attention. Sujit Choudhry is a constitutional professional, and he contributes his views on the issue constitutionally.
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British Columbia Travel
Canada is still strict on re-entering travelers, but British Columbia wishes to advance the restrictions by handling the inter-provincial issues. The British Columbia officials have imposed measures on non-essential movement from other regions. The conditions are similar to the provinces on the Atlantic side, and the idea is to safeguard the local citizens.
However, in British Columbia, some factors are problematic and untamable. Resort destinations in the region like Whistler are under threat because travelers from other local areas cannot access them. Quebec and Ontario have experienced high coronavirus transmission, and so British Columbia is concerned about the safety and health of the citizens.
Even though health officials have restricted movement into the province, they cannot enforce it. The legality of these restrictions must be evaluated accordingly and Sujit Choudhry claims that the situation cannot be assumed and should, therefore, be addressed accordingly.
Restricting economic travels to the province might be impossible, and advises the government to refer to the Newfoundland restrictions because a balance should be established.
Sujit Choudhry is a globally known authority on constitutional politics and law. Sujit combines research goals with field research to constitutional development processes in countries like Sri Lanka, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Ukraine, Nepal, Libya, and South Africa. Sujit has also lectured in many countries on constitutional law and politics.