Updated Monday April 6, 2020
Starting Tuesday, March 31, 2020, we are further limiting travel restrictions to 1 trip per week, per household with 2 occupants in each vehicle.
Effective April 6, 2020, the recommendation to implement the following protocols relating travel, including the implementation of section 20 and 21 of the
Federal Marine Transportation Security Act
Cedar Point Security & Screening Process, as per Sec. 20 and 21 (of the Fderal Marine Transportation Security Act will be in effect as of Monday, April 6th, 2020
The existing travel allowance of one person, per household, per week and maximum vehicle occupancy of 2 persons will remain in effect until the COVID-19 Pandemic is declared over
Any conflicts or issues relating to the restriction would be referred to firstname.lastname@example.org to appeal for an exemption
More information is provided in April 6, 2020 ECG update
Maximum occupancy per vehicle on the M.V. Sandy Graham is 2 people. You MUST stay in your vehicle unless
otherwise directed by the Captain or crew.
Ferry Schedule - Posted March 17, 2020
Passengers MAY be required to show proof of residency at the screening station. (i.e. Driver's License)
Exempted passengers from proof of residency are essential service workers for Beausoleil First Nation and approved service providers.
Anishinaabe Debaajimowin Corona Virus Mji’akoziiwin
Gchi Gaamaang Nagajdigade kowaamdimang gchi akoziiwin maanda Corona Virus.
Wewena jikowaamdiziyin maampii edniziying jibwa maajiish kaamigak mji’akoziiwin.
Pane giziibiigninjiin, nikaang gazhe zasdam miinwaa gazhe jaachaam, goji pagidoon
gziinjaane’ogan, wewena biintoon kina enedebinaman, shkiinshigoon, g’jaansh miinwaa gidoon.
Giishpin giyaabi waan da kendmonen maanda akoziiwin coronavirus maanda aabjitoon
jigwedweyin 1-833-784-4397 miinwaa Canada.ca/coronavirus.
Chimnissing ga dibaajdamaad
Translated Wednesday March 11, 2020 by Myrtle Jamieson, Bob Monague, Velma Smith,
Melvin King, Lenore King, and Isadore Peltier.
The Public Health Agency of Canada is actively monitoring the situation regarding the novel
The best way to protect yourself and your community is by preventing the spread of germs.
Wash your hands often, cough and sneeze into your arm, throw out used tissues right away,
clean and disinfect shared surfaces and avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
For more information about the novel coronavirus visit Canada.ca/coronavirus or call the
Government of Canada’s toll-free line at 1-833-784-4397.
A message from the Government of Canada