Quebec on Thursday remained on a province-wide lockdown, with only essential businesses and services allowed to continue operations until April 13.
Libraries, gyms and community centres are just a few of the places closed in Montreal because of the COVID-19 health emergency. Many businesses are following suit and closing indefinitely.
Unions representing cashiers and grocery store clerks are asking customers to be patient and respectful, despite the long lines seen at checkouts, as customers flock to buy supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students fromQuebec City have set up a grocery assembly and delivery service for elderly people confined to their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teachers across Quebec say they are worried after receiving notices stating their assignments, schedules and workplaces could be modified at any time because their collective agreements are no longer considered binding.