Quebec’s premier says a recent reduction in the number of daily cases is encouraging, and shows that public health measures, including the overnight curfew, are working. However, he insists it’s too early for Quebecers to let up in their efforts. Here’s what you need to know.
Premier François Legault says if the federal government won't ban non-essential flights then it should force those returning home from vacation to quarantine in a hotel, at their own expense, for two weeks.
Montreal police are resorting to social and racial profiling of the city's homeless population, according to a report, and the number have fines handed out to people who live on the street have skyrocketed in recent years as a result.
The premier is scheduled to speak at 1 p.m. François Legault will most likely need to address comments from Canada's Indigenous services minister, who called on him to relax how curfew rules are applied to homeless people. Here's what you need to know.