April 2, 2023

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Audiences soon at the Bell Center?

Audiences soon at the Bell Center?

A plan to reopen the Bell Center to supporters was submitted to the Montreal Canadians Public Health Order earlier this week.

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This was reported by TVA sports journalist Renaud Laoi on Saturday, stating that the company wants to welcome 2,000 to 4,000 spectators per match.

Currently, the Canadian National Hockey League team is not allowed to play in front of an audience. The same is true for some American teams, such as the Chicago Black Hawks, Washington Capitals, Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks.

France’s Vice President and Head of Commercial Affairs, Margaret Belanger, confirmed to Renaud Laoi that talks were ongoing and that the level of health security would be much higher if supporters returned to the Montreal Amphitheater.

As for the National League, we want to bring Canadian enthusiasts back into the field by April 3rd. However, this has not yet happened because the federal government and regional authorities have a clear view.

OmTo me She said there was “great cooperation” between Margaret Belanger, Quebec and Montreal Canadians.

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