The four Atlantic provinces are lifting travel restrictions within the region today, with an agreement that's causing a mix of anxiety and excitement among people in the region.
Residents of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island can now travel to any of the other three provinces without self-isolating for 14 days after arriving.
The premiers of Newfoundland and Labrador and New Brunswick have hinted restrictions could soon be lifted for visitors from the rest of Canada if all goes well.
Some residents have criticized the so-called "Atlantic bubble" over fears the novel coronavirus could re-emerge in the region, but health officials are encouraging people to trust the science behind the decision and keep following health measures.
Ferry operator Marine Atlantic says it's received 3,000 bookings since the plan was announced.
The company says it will gradually increase passenger capacity over several weeks.