The province is at the start of the second wave of COVID-19, said Dr. Horacio Arruda in a news conference Monday afternoon. He issued caution, telling people it is 'very important' to cooperate with public health guidelines.
The faculty in the professional theatre department at Dawson College said it is committed to drawing an action plan to make "concrete changes" following allegations a teacher in the department harassed and bullied more than two dozen former students.
Montreal public health officials are urging Montrealers to cut back on social gatherings and show more vigilance when they do take part in social activities, as the city moves into the "yellow" COVID-19 alert zone.
The City of Montreal is renewing its state of emergency for the next five days. The city first declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic on March 27 and has renewed it every five days since.
The Quebec government released a statement Friday morning saying that all karaoke activities taking place in bars, community halls and other venues must be suspended immediately because of the risk of spreading COVID-19.
After growing calls for the Quebec government to release data on COVID-19 cases and outbreaks in school, the province tallied up 47 schools, both public and private, that have had at least one COVID-19 case.