Coronavirus outbreak: Quebec announces gradual reopening of museums, drive-in cinemas, libraries  Global NewsView Full coverage on Google News
On Friday, the Quebec government announced that certain cultural venues would be opening their doors to the public as early as May 29.On Friday, the Quebec government announced that certain cultural venues would be opening their doors to the public as early as May 29.

Coronavirus outbreak: Quebec announces gradual reopening of museums, drive-in cinemas, libraries | Globalnews.ca

Negotiations are to continue this weekend among federal political parties over how Parliament should function as the COVID-19 crisis drags on. Here's a look at what's happening in Canada.Negotiations are to continue this weekend among federal political parties over how Parliament should function as the COVID-19 crisis drags on. Here's a look at what's happening in Canada.

Quebec on Friday reported 65 new COVID-19 deaths as confirmed cases surpassed 46,000.Quebec on Friday reported 65 new COVID-19 deaths as confirmed cases surpassed 46,000.

Quebec museums, libraries and drive-in cinemas can reopen May 29 | CTV News

Opinion: Why a Montreal nurse has stayed in Australia

Opinion: Why a Montreal nurse has stayed in Australia | Montreal Gazette

Analysis: Quebec needs to brace for a second COVID-19 wave, experts say

Analysis: Quebec needs to brace for a second COVID-19 wave, experts say | Montreal Gazette

“Bridging Quebec's cultural divides under COVID-19 https://t.co/msoh4zJvph #Montréal #COVID19 #rosepatrie”

Alexandre Boulerice on Twitter: "Bridging Quebec's cultural divides under COVID-19 https://t.co/msoh4zJvph #Montréal #COVID19 #rosepatrie"

“'Society failed': Premier @francoislegault visits Montreal as Quebec becomes the world's seventh deadliest #COVID19 epicentre https://t.co/d69hXhZMuw via @nationalpost”

André Picard on Twitter: "'Society failed': Premier @francoislegault visits Montreal as Quebec becomes the world's seventh deadliest #COVID19 epicentre https://t.co/d69hXhZMuw via @nationalpost"

“Premier @francoislegault announces elementary schools in the Montreal-area will not re-open this year. Quebec is also postponing the opening of daycare centers until June 1st #qcpoli #cdnpoli #COVID19”

Mike Le Couteur on Twitter: "Premier @francoislegault announces elementary schools in the Montreal-area will not re-open this year. Quebec is also postponing the opening of daycare centers until June 1st #qcpoli #cdnpoli #COVID19"

“Why are so many people getting sick and dying in Montreal from Covid-19? | Quebec | The Guardian https://t.co/ErAzwTJ82C”

Lori Ewing on Twitter: "Why are so many people getting sick and dying in Montreal from Covid-19? | Quebec | The Guardian https://t.co/ErAzwTJ82C"

Montreal-area transit authorities to begin mask distribution on Monday

Montreal-area transit authorities to begin mask distribution on Monday | Montreal Gazette

At Friday's COVID-19 press update, Deputy Premier Geneviève Guilbault, accompanied by Culture Minister Nathalie Roy, announced a series of gradual reopenings in Quebec. Museums, libraries, and drive-in theatres across the province will be allowed to reopen as of Friday, May 29. The announcement is good news for people working in these cultural institutions, said Guilbault.Library counters will also open as of May 29.

Quebec's Museums & Drive-In Theatres Are Reopening This Month - MTL Blog

Montreal’s executive committee has extended the state of emergency on the island of Montreal until Tuesday. First decreed on March 27 under the Civil Protection Act, the local state of emergency grants authorities exceptional powers to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, in particular by mobilizing material and human resources. 

COVID-19: Montreal extends state of emergency

Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.

Canada sees another 1,100 new coronavirus cases, 98 more deaths - National | Globalnews.ca

Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.

Canada sees another 1,100 new coronavirus cases, 98 more deaths - National | Globalnews.ca

Shea Weber doesn't hold grudges, just ask Quebec Premier Francois Legault. Legault sported a Montreal Canadiens face mask to his daily COVID-19 press briefing on Thursday, which was held in Montreal instead of Quebec City as usual. The mask was a gift sent to him by the Montreal Canadiens captain, even though Legault joked that he believed Weber should be traded back in January.Shea Weber doesn't hold grudges, just ask Quebec Premier Francois Legault. Legault sported a Montreal Canadiens face mask to his daily COVID-19 press briefing on Thursday, which was held in Montreal instead of Quebec City as usual. The mask was a gift sent to him by the Montreal Canadiens captain, even though Legault joked that he believed Weber should be traded back in January.

Quebec Premier wears Canadiens face mask sent to him by Weber | NHL.com

The groups say the 72-year-old inmate died on Tuesday at the Bordeaux provincial jail in the north end of the city.The groups say the 72-year-old inmate died on Tuesday at the Bordeaux provincial jail in the north end of the city.

Advocates say Montreal inmate’s COVID-19 death highlights need for action | Globalnews.ca

The groups say the 72-year-old inmate died on Tuesday at the Bordeaux provincial jail in the north end of the city.

Advocates say Montreal inmate’s COVID-19 death highlights need for action | Globalnews.ca

More government is rarely the answer. Legault should use the tools he already has to bring about significant improvements.

Opinion: Quebec should drop idea of nationalizing private care homes | Montreal Gazette

After updating the province's COVID-19 numbers, Quebec's deputy premier, Geneviève Guilbault, announced the easing of restrictions for outdoor gatherings.After updating the province's COVID-19 numbers, Quebec's deputy premier, Geneviève Guilbault, announced the easing of restrictions for outdoor gatherings.

The Quebec government has updated the province's COVID-19-related deaths and updated the known numbers as cases pass the 44,700 mark.The Quebec government has updated the province's COVID-19-related deaths and updated the known numbers as cases pass the 44,700 mark.

Geneviève Guilbault just explained the new guidelines for gatherings, and how hairdressers, beauty salons and dental clinics will open in Quebec.Geneviève Guilbault just explained the new guidelines for gatherings, and how hairdressers, beauty salons and dental clinics will open in Quebec.

New Quebec guidelines for gatherings; beauty, body care services to open

The Quebec government has updated the province's COVID-19-related deaths and updated the known numbers as cases near the 45,500 mark.The Quebec government has updated the province's COVID-19-related deaths and updated the known numbers as cases near the 45,500 mark.

Every day, a lot of news about COVID-19 comes out nationally and locally. And now,we're putting together Montreal and Canada's top headlines daily.Every day, a lot of news about COVID-19 comes out nationally and locally. And now,we're putting together Montreal and Canada's top headlines daily.

Public health has greenlit the reopening of body care practices and dentists throughout Quebec as of June, with the exception of the Greater Montreal area.Public health has greenlit the reopening of body care practices and dentists throughout Quebec as of June, with the exception of the Greater Montreal area.

Quebec's premier said public health has given the go ahead to reopen camps next month.Quebec's premier said public health has given the go ahead to reopen camps next month.

Day camps to open on June 22 as Legault says Quebec not yet ready for 2nd possible coronavirus wave | Globalnews.ca

Quebec eclipses 45,000 known cases of COVID-19; more than half in Montreal