COVID-19: Montreal Back to Work - It doesn't seem that it was so long ago that we were having an intense discussion about whether women wearing face coverings would be permitted.
Hudson to ban access to Sandy Beach - Accessed through a beautiful forest and walking trails near Jack Layton Park, Sandy Beach is an oasis for the Town of Hudson.
When Jim Beauchamp, owner of Cunningham's Pub in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, heard about a business man who donated 5000 meals to hospital workers at the MUHC just a few weeks ago -.
These actions will facilitate downtown Montreal’s pedestrian travel and return to work while positioning the neighbourhood as a safe and comfortable place to visit. Destination centre-ville, the Downtown Business Development.
Movie theatres, concert halls, museums, are all closed these days, and although some of these venues work on tentative dates to reopen, in the middle of this crisis no one.
Covid-19 contact-tracing app - Mila-Quebec, an institute specializing in artificial intelligence, will soon be launching 'COVI', a contact-tracing app for smartphones. Researchers in Montreal are doing final adjustments on the.
Canadian benefits extended - Today, the Honourable Diane Lebouthillier, Minister of National Revenue is announcing that benefit payments will continue for an additional three months for those who are not able.
After an outbreak breakout, just less than two weeks ago, where 15 Covid-19 cases were reported at Pointe-Claire's Lakeshore General Hospital, another 11 patients have tested positive with the virus..
A study published by Quebec’s national health institute (INSPQ) last Friday, warns that the easing of physical distancing measures in the City of Montreal could lead to a sharp increase.
Quebec open or closed - Premier François Legault has backed down on his plan to reopen non-essential retail businesses in the Montreal region this coming May 25th. However, the debate.