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September 18: Total Number of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Montreal

UPDATED in the last 24 hours (on September 18, 2020) Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases: – Québec: 67,080 confirmed cases, 58,490 recovered, 5,797 deaths – Canada: 143K confirmed cases, 124K recovered, 9,211 deaths – United States: 6.71M...
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Interview with Felicia Covone, hairdresser at Mute Salon

As of June 15, businesses offering personal-care services will be allowed to reopen in the Montreal area. The West Island Blog speaks with Felicia Covone, a hairdresser at Mute...
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Wearing of Masks now suggested for all Canadians

On April 6th, the Federal Government announced new measures regarding the wearing of masks for the population. Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer stated that, "Wearing a non-medical...
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Here’s How COVID-19 Has Affected The Restaurant And Hospitality Industry

We are witnessing how much this pandemic of virus Covid-19 is affecting all businesses and industries. The situation is hard for everyone, but the worst is for the hospitality...
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Fairview Pointe-Claire mall will reopen on June 19th

The Fairview Pointe-Claire shopping mall has announced its reopening on Friday, June 19th. Certain shops may choose not to open their doors immediately due to safety concerns. Fairview expects...
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Masks will be mandatory in all enclosed public spaces in Quebec

Premier Francois Legault is expected to announce today, July 13, that the wearing of a mask will be mandatory in all enclosed public spaces in the province, as of...
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The Cambridge seniors residence in Pointe-Claire latest to be walloped by COVID

The Cambridge in Pointe-Claire is next in the long lineup of seniors facilities to be struck by the COVID-19 virus. On December 25, at 9:20 pm, residents were advised...
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Break down of COVID-19 cases by district or city as of April 19

Montreal has surpassed 8,400 confirmed cases and now has over 500 deaths. According to the most recent report from the authorities, 8,457 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 513 deaths have...
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Pointe-Claire resident survives COVID-19 without infecting her family living in the same house

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJGtLLG-iQE Tisha Lajeunesse and her family took in a worried friend as part of their initial quarantine in early March.  Her friend had been travelling and did not want to...
The controversy of back to school plans

Quebec parents, teachers and staff petition for revised back-to-school plan

The Quebec government announced it's back to school plans in June for this upcoming fall, but as the semester is quickly approaching, many find themselves skeptical of what that...