October 25, 2021

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Kovid-19: More than 200 fines were distributed to those who violated the curfew in Quebec

Kovid-19: More than 200 fines were distributed to those who violated the curfew in Quebec

Quebec police forces against the protesters broke karpheknu health action on Saturday evening, more than 200 tickets were distributed. From one end of the province to the other, they intervened within minutes of the measure being implemented, which aimed to slow the community transmission of the virus.

Sorrento du Quebec (SQ) said on Sunday that it had submitted more than 150 tickets for non-compliance with the curfew on its territory. She said she has intervened in about 20 target areas in different municipalities.

“The increased presence may continue in the next few days to enforce the new regulations. Additional staff will be maintained in shifts targeting curfews,” SQ said in a statement.

Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt Wanted to “salute the exemplary work of police officers throughout Quebec.” He thanked the population for their cooperation.

According to Public Safety Minister Genevieve Gilbolt, “Quebecs honor curfew,” [samedi] In the evening, to break the second wave. “

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However, many officers defied the orders of the authorities.

The Montreal Police Service reported 84 reports Sunday of non-compliance with the curfew, according to the interim report. Seventeen of them were handed over to demonstrators who had gathered near the Mont-Royal metro station, Agent Caroline Chavrefils said Saturday.

In the city of Quebec, 20 demonstrators attended at 8:20 pm in front of the Muse de la Civilization in Old Port. Officer Etienne Doan said some of those who refused to be identified were taken into custody.

In Sherbrooke, the police service confirmed that dozens of protesters had received criminal notices.

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The Trois-Rivieres police department said Sunday that 11 reports had been submitted. Authorities in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. These individuals complied and no report was made to them.

In Longyouil, on the south coast of Montreal, the show was announced on Facebook but could not be found, despite assurances from many people that it would be there. “We got there and there was no one there,” said Capt. Jean-Christophe Fortin of the Langue Agglomeration Police Department. The effect of the observation was to frustrate many. “

In Monterogy, several patrol vehicles from the Seva de Police de Chateauge (SPC) roamed the streets, ensuring that curfew was observed in the towns of Chateaugue, Buharnois, Larry and Saint-Isidore. By midnight, police had intercepted 143 vehicles and 161 civilians. They handed out six tickets.

Despite the good vehicular traffic on the main arteries of this territory of 68,000 inhabitants, “many vehicles were intercepted and the arrested civilians had a valid reason. [d’être hors de chez eux,] It’s on the list of exceptions, ”said SPC spokeswoman Jenny Lavigne.

In general, the streets everywhere in Quebec are quiet. Images from the Transport Quebec cameras are almost desert compared to normal.

Violators face fines ranging from $ 1,000 to 6 6,000 if they do not adequately justify the reason for their release. A fine of $ 500 will be imposed on young people aged 14 and over.

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