October 17, 2021

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Curfew: Legalt greets police and Quebecs

Curfew: Legalt greets police and Quebecs

Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt greeted police and Quebecs on Sunday morning, the day after the first night curfew in Quebec.

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Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt greeted police and Quebecs on Sunday morning, the day after the first night curfew in Quebec.

“I would like to salute the exemplary work of police officers throughout Quebec,” Mr Legalt first wrote on his Facebook page, “curfew” as he watched very carefully what happened last night.

Mr Legalt made the remarks after various police forces in the province distributed a few hundred indictments during the first night of the curfew. There were also small demonstrations in various towns.

Despite everything, the Prime Minister thanked the Quebecs, praising their “excellent cooperation” with regard to this new order.

Public Safety Minister Genevieve Gilbolt thanked the Cubans on Sunday morning for honoring the curfew that went into effect at 8pm on Saturday.

“Quebecars honored the curfew last night to break the second wave. I want to thank you for your solidarity. We will do this to save the lives of our health workers and our vulnerable people. Thank you,” we read in a message posted on his Twitter account.

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