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Province of Quebec COVID 19 Response

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Covid-19

MMIC Updates:Links & Information
Covid-19 Federal Resources:  Link
Covid 19 Provincial Resources:  Link
Business Resources :  Link
Employee Resources:   Link
Dealer Sales Dept:See chart below / voir ci-dessous
Dealer Service Dept:See chart below / voir ci-dessous
Training Schools:See chart below / voir ci-dessous
On Road Riding: See chart below / voir ci-dessous
Off Road Riding: See chart below / voir ci-dessous
Race Tracks:See chart below / voir ci-dessous
Additional Information:Quebec Retailer

April 4, 2021

Resserrement des mesures au Québec

  • En raison de la hausse du nombre de cas de COVID-19 dans plusieurs régions du Québec, le gouvernement vient d’annoncer le renforcement de certaines mesures sanitaires. Les changements pertinents pour les détaillants sont les suivants :
  • Dès le 1er avril à 20 h, les régions suivantes passeront en zone rouge(alerte maximale) :
    • Outaouais
    • Capitale-Nationale
    • Bas-Saint-Laurent
    • Chaudière-Appalaches
  • En zone rouge, les salles à manger des restaurants doivent fermer. Mets pour emporter et commandes à l’auto seulement. Durant la période de couvre-feu, seule la livraison demeure possible.
  • Le couvre-feu reste en place et demeure à 21 h 30 en zone rouge et orange (fermeture des commerces au plus tard à 21 h). Le couvre-feu est en vigueur jusqu’à 5 h.
    • RAPPEL : Le gouvernement a mis en ligne un modèle d’attestation pour les déplacements essentiels durant le couvre-feu.
  • Les restrictions du nombre de personnes admises dans les commerces demeurent les mêmes sur tout le territoire (superficie de plancher accessible aux clients en m2 ÷ par 20 m2). Cela n’inclut pas les employés.
  • Starting April 1, 2021  at 8 p.m., “special  emergency measures“ (webpage in French) will be  introduced  in  the Quebec City Metropolitan Community (including Quebec City and  Lévis) as well as in the city of Gatineau and the MRC des Collines-de-l’Outaouais, until April 12, 2021. These measures are the same as those that were in place earlier in the year (January):  
  • “Non-essential” businesses will close. Grocery stores and other food retail, big box stores, pharmacies, hardware stores, pet stores and convenience stores will remain open.
  • Only the sale of “essential” products will be permitted. No list is provided, but the following are expected to be excluded: ” toys, clothing, books, electronics, decorative items, kitchen items and appliances.”
  • Schools, hair salons, dining rooms, cinemas, gyms, etc. will be closed.
  • Curfew in these cities will be rolled back to 8 p.m. (business to be closed at 7:30 p.m.  at the latest).
  • Online or telephone purchases and delivery remain permitted. Businesses will be able to allow the collection of goods, provided it is carried out outside.
  • Financial support measures will be re-established for businesses forced to close.
  • Only traffic areas will be open in shopping centres to ensure access to businesses that are not affected by the closures.

Starting April 1, 2021  at 8 p.m., the following regions will move into red zone  (maximum alert): 

  • Outaouais
  • Capitale-Nationale
  • Bas-Saint-Laurent
  • Chaudière-Appalaches
  • In the red zone, restaurant dining rooms must be closed. Takeout and drive-through orders are permissible. Only delivery is possible during the curfew.
  • The curfew remains in place and is in effect from 9:30 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. in the red and orange zones (businesses must close no later than 9 p.m.).
  • REMINDER: The government released an online attestation (in French only) concerning travel during the curfew.
  • The measures concerning the restriction on the number of customers admitted to commercial enterprises remain the same throughout the territory (floor area accessible to customers in m2 ÷ per 20 m2 ). This does not include employees.

February 10, 2021

Restriction on the number of customers admitted to commercial enterprises…/https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/2019-coronavirus/restriction-on-the-number-of-customers-admitted-to-commercial-enterprises/

January 12, 2021

The commercial enterprises, except drugstores and service stations, must close not later than 7:30 p.m. to comply with the 8 p.m. curfew. It should be noted that the Act respecting hours and days of admission to commercial establishments  and the Regulation respecting periods of admission to commercial establishments  remain in force and that the commercial enterprises subject to them must comply with them.

December 22, 2020

Quebec Premier Legault announced further restrictions to the allowable businesses from Dec 25 – Jan 11. Details from CBC News here.

June 26, 2020

Québec – The provincial government today issued its last daily update on COVID-19. From now on, updates will be issued on a weekly basis with the next one set for July 2. INSPQ,Québec’s public health institute that has also been issuing daily updates, is also moving to the weekly update. Québec is the province most severely impacted by COVID-19, with nearly 55,000 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic, representing almost 54% of the national total.

From CBC June 20/2020

Quebec

The province had set up roadblocks in some areas to contain the spread of COVID-19 but those have since been removed.

Members of Quebec’s provincial police force talk to the driver of a recreational vehicle near the border of the United States in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, south of Montreal on March 28, 2020. The Canada-U.S. border remains closed to non-essential vehicle traffic. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press)

At present, access is allowed to all regions of the province, with the exception of the following territories:

  • The Cree Territory of James Bay.
  • Nunavik.

The government, still, is requesting that travel be limited from one region to another or from one city to another.

APR 28 Update

Québec is going back to work safely – CNESST launches a virtual toolkit in anticipation of the reopening of certain sectors of the Québec economy


NEWS PROVIDED BY Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail 

Apr 28, 2020, 14:00 ET


QUÉBEC, April 28, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ – In line with the recent announcement by the Gouvernement du Québec that certain economic sectors will reopen soon, the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) is launching a virtual toolkit that can help and support employers and workers in complying with the sanitary instructions issued by the public health authorities….More