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Finally what feels like normal life

Finally what feels like normal life

The stands were stormed on Friday by Quebecers who did not want to wait another day before finding the ambiance of their favorite restaurants.

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He noted that many establishments were full at night or had to turn down clients Newspaper By visiting Avenue Mont Royal and Boulevard Saint-Denis.

Customers had to make several addresses before finding a place with room, sometimes waiting more than an hour to get a table.

According to the regulations in force, only two adults from two different addresses can exist in the same schedule. The table can also consist of all people who reside at the same address, regardless of number.

“Good deconfinement! “

General Francois Legault Tracy

QMI’s photo, Joel LeMay

Prime Minister Francois Legault with his wife settled on the balcony of Chez Lévêque Restaurant in the Outremont region at around 4 pm to celebrate both the Deconfinent, as well as his birthday, which happened on May 26. “I would like to take this opportunity to say my thanks to the Quebecers who have made worthwhile efforts. On a happiness scale from 1 to 10, I’m not far from 10. The good breakup!” Said Patricia Levick, the co-owner, said she was “really honored” to receive the Prime Minister on her balcony .

Patience was in order

GEN - Opening of the stands in Montreal

Photo by Martin Alary

Many had to wait patiently for their turn to get a place. This is the case of Genevieve Lavoy, Benoit Sophie and their son Lohan who waited more than an hour in line to eat at a pizzeria. “I find it, yes, it is worth it,” Mr. Suffet estimates.

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“Almost strange”

GEN - Opening of the stands in Montreal

Photo by Martin Alary

Anne-Marie Putin (right), who had her lunch Friday with her great friend Frederick Tremblay, felt “a little weird” to be able to eat at a restaurant. “I’ve been thinking about it since the beginning of the week,” she said.

Long live the evening!

GEN - the opening of the stands in Montreal

Photo by Martin Alary

With a “good mojito” which among others celebrated the end of the curfew, Gabriela Quizada and Karim Issa crossed after 9:30 pm among other things. “We couldn’t stand the curfew anymore,” says M.I Jesus.

GEN - Opening of the stands in Montreal

Photo by Martin Alary

“It feels good after being confined for so long,” said Yao Zhang, who was enjoying his first outing in a year with his partner Benjamin Baroyer.