Ghost town: province enacts curfew

CALEB NICKERSON
PONTIAC Jan. 13, 2021
The provincial government has implemented an overnight curfew to go along with its extension of lockdown conditions for another four weeks, until Feb. 8.
The previous lockdown was set to run out on Jan. 11, but Premier François Legault announced in a Jan. 6 press conference that stricter measures were needed province-wide as Quebec is in a “race against time,” a race that he said had been a losing affair over the past several weeks.
Among the measures included in the month-long lockdown are the following: . . .

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