Photo shows that Dominica has been bouncing back since Hurricane Maria

It has been months since Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated parts of the Caribbean but the Canadian government is warning its citizens against non-essential travel to several islands including Dominica.

Other islands on the list are the British Virgin Islands, Saint-Barthélemy, Sint Maarten and Saint Martin.

The Canadian government is warning its citizens that Dominica suffered significant damage from Hurricane Maria. It said transportation routes, power and telecommunications systems have been affected throughout the island as well as emergency and medical care, and water and food supplies.

For the British Virgin Islands, travelers are warned that both hurricanes caused severe damage to building and infrastructure. It said transportation routes, power and telecommunication systems have been damaged and destroyed. It also said in some areas emergency and medical care, water, and food delivery have been severely affected.

The Canadian government also said buildings, infrastructure and transportation routes have been affected in Saint-Barthélemy, Sint Maarten and Saint Martin.