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Legault Is Expected To Announce The End Of Curfew Later Today

According to a report by TVA Nouvelles.
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Legault Is Expected To Announce The End Of Curfew Later Today

Premier François Legault's conference at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 18 is going to be a big one. According to TVA Nouvelles, the premier is expected to announce the end of curfew in Quebec.

Reports say the province-wide curfew will see its end on May 28, with the exception of "emergency areas."

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Legault confirmed in a tweet on Sunday that at Tuesday's conference, the government will be revealing its deconfinement plan.

Along with the end of the five-month curfew, Radio-Canada reported that restaurants in red zones, including those in Montreal, would be able to open terrasses for outdoor dining as of May 28 as well.

Make sure to stay tuned for today's big news announcements!

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