The province may have scrapped the idea of separating classes into “bubbles” of six students, but Quebec teachers and parents say they feel left in the lurch when it comes to other details, from properly working windows to distance education.
Students in Grade 5 and up will be required to wear masks in common areas when Quebecers return to school in three weeks. Quebec Education Minister Jean-Francois Roberge provided an update for the back-to-school plan in the province on Monday.
Two million visitors go to Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal's Oratory each year, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tourists are not there this year. The situation is causing major financial losses for the emblem of Montreal.
Scores of parents across Quebec are voicing their concerns around the government's intention for all students from pre-school through Grade 9 to physically return to classrooms at the end of the month.
New data suggests that more than 500 COVID-19 infections in Canada have been linked to public venues including stores, bars, restaurants, daycares and schools since the beginning of July as more businesses continue to reopen and restrictions are eased.
As countries tentatively begin to relax lockdown restrictions in bids to revive their economies, many questions remain about the novel coronavirus and its effect on people. Here are 10 major questions about the virus that are still unanswered.