COVID Testing

Where to get a COVID Test

Public Testing

On-Site Private Testing

At any time you can call 811 or visit for information on receiving a COVID test through public health.

You can also receive a variety of private tests right here at YQR for a fee through Haztech, on-site mobile testing located right at YQR, including RT-PCR (Molecular) and Rapid Antigen tests. Haztech’s on-site mobile testing is available 7 days a week. Learn more and book a test here:

Other Testing Providers:

Nobel HSSE –

COVID Testing for Domestic Travel (Within Canada)

If your departure and final destination are both within Canada, you do not require a COVID test to travel. However, the Government of Saskatchewan is recommending that residents get tested as soon as they return from out-of-province.

Also, some provinces do not allow visitors or have a mandatory 14-day self-isolation period for domestic travellers from Saskatchewan. Please check with the province you are travelling to.

COVID Testing for Outbound International Travel

Many countries require a negative COVID-19 test for entrance. It’s always best to get the latest information for testing requirements – including the time requirement and type of test (molecular or antigen) – directly from the country you are travelling to. You can also get some information from the International Air Transport Authority’s interactive map:

If you are travelling to a country that requires a COVID-19 test, you will need to provide proof of that test here at YQR even if you are connecting to another airport before leaving Canada.

To receive a COVID-19 test, you can call 811 or visit for more information on testing options. You can also book a COVID-19 test with Haztech for a fee:

COVID Testing for Inbound International Travel

If you are arriving to Canada from an international destination, the Government of Canada requires you to have a molecular COVID-19 test 72 hours before your scheduled flight. You will then be required to take another COVID-19 molecular test when you land and isolate in a government-approved hotel in the first city you land in until the results from that test come back negative. Currently, the only four cities approved for international arrivals are Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal.

You can learn more about international travel, COVID testing, hotels, and more here:

Once you have received the second negative COVID test, you may proceed onto your final destination to finish your 14-day self-isolation period.