October 15, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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The festival des Goulois is under close supervision

The festival des Goulois is under close supervision

Under the close supervision of police and health officials, the Festival des Goulois began in Beaux-Haps on Friday afternoon with several hundred people raiding the site.

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Following a court order, event organizers opened the site to campers and motor vehicles around 2 p.m. Their activity is specifically described as “against a health emergency and against a vaccine passport”.

Photo Didier Debusshore

Large congestion

At the entrance to Rang 6 in Saint-Benoit-Labre, tens of thousands of people raised their voices against health standards, vaccines and the Legal government. The first concert began just before 4 p.m.

Photo Didier Debusshore

“We’re going to have fun. There will be no outbreak here,” said a woman waiting for her turn at the gatehouse.

The media has no access to the party and the presence of cameras on the other side of the public road is also disturbing. If some doubt the success of the event, the audience will be very realistic.

Photo Didier Debusshore

One of the managers did not hesitate, wanting to follow the press. “There’s a festival in Lock-Magantic. Even in Victoriaville,” cried Kevin Billody in an unusual way.

At the site entrance, many exhibitors did not appreciate the presence of cameras.

Photo Didier Debusshore

At the site entrance, many exhibitors did not appreciate the presence of cameras.

Neighbors, unwilling to target, unwilling to comment. “If everyone is vaccinated, it’s all over. We’re in the fourth wave,” said one citizen, happy to have his two doses. “

The order, issued Friday in Quebec court by Judge Helen Carrier, stated that health rules must be complied with. The judge felt that the words of festival organizers Chantal Gigure, Kevin Bilodio and Caroline Lessard were not very credible (see other text).

Visit the place

Before the judge on Wednesday, CISSS de Chowdhury-Appalachదిs’ attorney, Mrs. Lessard, was repeatedly asked if participants were willing to end the event if they did not respect the rules. Before she could change her mind, the second man replied that he was going to think about it. “If I have to, I will,” she told the court.

Photo Didier Debusshore

Demanded more teeth to enforce the Public Health Act. Until the last minute, the group refused to cooperate.

Along with two police women, the CISSS de Choudhury-Appalachians investigator was able to visit the site. He left with SQ after his tour. No statement of guilt was given.

Influenced by the court order, Chantal Gigure (right) was there for the arrival of the participants.

Photo Didier Debusshore

Influenced by the court order, Chantal Gigure (right) was there for the arrival of the participants.

Outside, several plain-dressed police officers roam or spy on unmarked vehicles and patrolling cars.

Dressed in a white sweater, CISSS Chowdhury-Appalachians Investigator-Analyst, Gilles Desrosiers, was able to visit the festival site.

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Dressed in a white sweater, CISSS Chowdhury-Appalachians Investigator-Analyst, Gilles Desrosiers, was able to visit the festival site.

According to a source, police officers were able to buy some bracelets to observe inside the site.

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The festival continues on Saturday and Sunday.

Rejection of Accordingly For sanitary rules

“With the refusal to comply with the order issued by the organizers, CISSS de Choudhury-Appalach మరియుs and its Department of Public Health have no choice but to refer the matter to the tribunal, to safeguard the health of the population.”

-Choudire-CISSS of Appalachians

“Apparently, Mrs. (Caroline) Lazard, like the other defendants, expressed through her comments, actions and actions a systematic refusal to comply with applicable health rules.”

– Helen Carrier, Judge in Quebec Court

“Mrs. (Caroline) Lazard’s little conviction and little faith in her determination to abide by the rules of public health and sanitation means that the tribunal gives her little confidence in her testimony.”

– Helen Carrier, Judge in Quebec Court

“What annoys me is that the majority of people are not from Booze. I’m not against festivals, but we’re in a very difficult time and I have more faith in science. There is danger and we have to be careful.”

-Claud Morin, mayor of St. George.

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