The Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ) dropped some good news this week.
Montreal mayor Valérie Plante made a surprising statement this week when announcing police officers will soon be outfitted with body cameras while on duty.
Speaking outside Rideau Cottage in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced when seniors can expect the one-time payment of up to $500 to help offset any increases in the cost of living due to COVID-19.
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Quebec has given the go ahead for day camps to go back to their usual counselor-child ratios The Quebec government is going back on its decision announced two weeks ago to reduce the number of children per counsellor in day camps, now allowing a return to the usual ratios once camps reopen on June 22.
Cote St-Luc has become the first municipality in Canada to make masks mandatory A mask mandatory for anyone entering a business or a city-owned building.
Quebec Premier François Legault, the Minister of Seniors and Caregivers, Marguerite Blais and the Minister of Education and Higher Education Jean-François Roberge, are providing the most recent assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic in the province from Place des arts in Montreal.
Graduating elementary and high school students in Quebec will get a chance to say goodbye.
Quebec Maple Syrup Producers say they set a new record for maple syrup production this year.
Quebec Premier François Legault, Culture and Communications Minister Nathalie Roy and Horacio Arruda, the province’s national director of public health, are providing the most recent assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic in the province from Place des arts in Montreal Fewer than 300 new cases of contamination, as of today there are 4,661 deaths in Quebec that is 74 more than yesterday.
In local news, the Quebec government announced that $150 million dollars will be spent to allow schools to stock up on digital equipment for the next school year.
It was announced today that municipalities across the province of Quebec were given the green light to open public pools during the summer despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal government is investing $650 million to support Aboriginal communities through the COVID-19 crisis, of which $285 million will go to health care.
Greater Montreal and Joliette got the green light from health officials to reopen hair salons, beauty salons, estheticians, tattoo and piercing shops as of June 15th.
Disney world closed its park Mid-march due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A grassroots project that just started in Montreal called AC for Seniors, is buying hundreds of air conditioners for elderly residents.