1. Coronavirus: First death in Montreal and 31 medical workers test positive  Montreal Gazette
  2. First COVID-19 death in Montreal brings Quebec total fatalities to 7  CBC.ca
  3. Quebec has 1339 cases, two new deaths, but 'an army of 8.5 million' to combat COVID-19  CTV News
  4. François Legault provides a master class in crisis management  The Globe and Mail
  5. Make a donation, share your child's art, pick up the phone: How to help during the COVID-19 outbreak  CBC.ca
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City is grappling with two outbreaks of COVID-19 while death of elderly Montrealer brings total number of fatalities in Quebec to seven.

Coronavirus: First death in Montreal; 31 medical workers test positive | Montreal Gazette

"Our children and grandchildren will remember how we won this battle. So let's make them proud," said Quebec Premier François Legault Wednesday, announcing that the total number of cases has risen to 1,339, with 78 people in hospital, including 35 in intensive care."Our children and grandchildren will remember how we won this battle. So let's make them proud," said Quebec Premier François Legault Wednesday, announcing that the total number of cases has risen to 1,339, with 78 people in hospital, including 35 in intensive care.

A Quebec-wide shutdown of non-essential businesses and services began Tuesday at midnight and will run until April 13.A Quebec-wide shutdown of non-essential businesses and services began Tuesday at midnight and will run until April 13.

Quebec has 1,339 cases, two new deaths, but 'an army of 8.5 million' to combat COVID-19 | CTV News

In Quebec, two more people have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.In Quebec, two more people have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Quebec records 2 more deaths as coronavirus cases jump to 1,339 | Globalnews.ca

Closure of playgrounds in Montreal parks a heartbreaking sight for a small child in a hollowed-out city and a world falling to pieces.

Allison Hanes: Coronavirus disruption of normal life hard for children | Montreal Gazette

Allison Hanes: Coronavirus disruption of normal life hard for children

Allison Hanes: Coronavirus disruption of normal life hard for children | Montreal Gazette

The bill allows Ottawa to boost employment insurance, delay tax deadlines, raise the federal backstop on deposits in case a bank fails and send hundreds of millions of additional dollars to provinces for health care.

Coronavirus updates, March 25: 1,339 cases in Quebec; Ottawa announces $2,000-per-month benefit | Montreal Gazette

On March 25, Premier François Legault began the Government of Quebec's press conference with a smile on his face, saying that he is extremely proud of the way Quebecers have been following health regulations. He reminds us that we must continue to do our part during this difficult time. Legault then tells us that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Quebec has now reached 1339, and there have been six deaths in the province due to the coronavirus.There have now been six deaths due to COVID-19 in the province.

Quebec Has 1,339 COVID-19 Cases & Legault Says It May Be The 'Biggest Battle Of Our Lives' - MTL Blog

One month into Quebec's battle with COVID-19: 1,339 cases, six dead

Too soon to say if Quebec's COVID-19 measures will be effective: experts | Montreal Gazette

Like an army in 'the fight of our lives,' Legault tells Quebecers

Like an army in 'the fight of our lives,' Legault tells Quebecers | Montreal Gazette

Two restaurant owners in Montreal's Mile-Ex neighbourhood are calling on the Quebec government to shut down restaurant delivery and takeout, claiming it's not an essential service.Two restaurant owners in Montreal's Mile-Ex neighbourhood are calling on the Quebec government to shut down restaurant delivery and takeout, claiming it's not an essential service.

Coronavirus: Montreal restaurateurs urge premier to remove restaurants from essential services list - Montreal | Globalnews.ca

Health workers say they lack medical supplies

Quebec requests masks and gloves from university labs | Montreal Gazette

Quebec requests masks and gloves from university labs

Quebec requests masks and gloves from university labs | Montreal Gazette

Notable factors include the timing of the return from Spring break, an increase in testing, and a change to reporting methodology. Notable factors include the timing of the return from Spring break, an increase in testing, and a change to reporting methodology.

Quebec’s number of coronavirus cases nearly tripled in one day: what’s going on? - Montreal | Globalnews.ca

The premier explains why SAQ outlets remain open, and again urges Quebecers to respect social-distancing measures.

COVID-19: Stressed out? 'A glass of wine may help,' Legault says | Montreal Gazette

Stressed out? 'A glass of wine may help,' Legault says

Stressed out? 'A glass of wine may help,' Legault says | Montreal Gazette

There are currently 603 cases in Montreal which represents about 45 per cent of cases in the province.There are currently 603 cases in Montreal which represents about 45 per cent of cases in the province.

Coronavirus: Montreal has close to 50% of Quebec’s COVID-19 cases - Montreal | Globalnews.ca

"Our priority for the next three weeks is to avoid contagion," said Quebec Premier François Legault."Our priority for the next three weeks is to avoid contagion," said Quebec Premier François Legault.

Quebec coronavirus cases surge to 1,013 as partial shutdown looms | Globalnews.ca