With the surge in cases in several Canadian provinces and continuous increase in confirmed daily cases of Covid-19 variants in certain regions of Quebec, Prime Minister François Legault continues to urge caution and announced at a press briefing the April 26, the maintenance of special “emergency” measures in certain regions of Quebec.
The entire Capitale-Nationale, Chaudière-Appalaches, and Outaouais regions remain in the dark red zone, as does the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.
The cities of Quebec, Lévis and Gatineau, in dark red maximum level, are still targeted by these emergency measures, including the return of the curfew at 8 p.m. and the closure of schools and non-essential businesses. These regions will therefore continue to apply confinement measures as in last January, specifies the Prime Minister. These targeted measures will be in effect from April 1, 8 p.m., until further notice. This break is decreed on the recommendations of public health, said François Legault. Teleworking remains compulsory. Please note that the Montreal curfew is now back to 9:30 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. However, the curfew for the regions of Quebec, Lévis, Gatineau and Bas St-Laurent is at 8 p.m.
Construction and renovation sites by their essential nature remain open. The operational chains of the manufacturing sector (including our Laprise manufacturing plants) can continue its essential activities to honor our customers’ commitments and obligations while respecting the health measures in force.
Our sales offices will therefore continue to work in virtual mode. We are available according to our schedules published on our website via phone, chat, email, virtual meetings (video conferences) and social networks to support you in your project. Due the pandemic, if you have to come to one of our sales offices for your home project to meet with an advisor or a project manager, please contact us to make an appointment before arriving. Please note that our model homes in Quebec will be closed until further notice from public health.
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