Some summertime staples are making a return, after all. On Friday, the Government of Quebec unveiled the latest step in the gradual reopening of the province. Museums, drive-in theatres, and some library services are set to open back up beginning May 29. As for camping in Quebec, Deputy Premier Geneviève said that the government isn't yet ready to announce a reopening date, but she confirmed that a plan is in the works.\n"We're very aware of the impatience surrounding camping," she said, explaining that the minister of tourism is working hard with public health to prepare this plan.\nShe also acknowledged that Quebecers are used to starting the camping season along with their summer BBQs, which the government is allowing as of May 22 for groups of a maximum of 10 people from a maximum of three different households.\n"We have to go step by step, gradually. We can't open everything at the same time."\nBut "it's coming."\nQuebec's national parks began to reopen on May 20 for hiking and day fishing, but camping is still forbidden.\nSome sporting activities also began to resume on May 20. In Montreal, some parks and sports areas will open over the weekend of May 22.\nThe provincial and municipal governments have seemed increasingly eager to accommodate some summertime activities as the weather improves (and heatwaves begin).\nJe sais que la situation est difficile pour nos artistes et artisans. Je vous remercie pour votre résilience et je veux vous dire qu’on ne vous oublie pas. Aujourd’hui, on annonce la reprise graduelle de certaines activités culturelles. 🎨📚Voici les détails 👇 pic.twitter.com/p4A21UgUYB— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 22, 2020\nIn Montreal, city officials have begun gradually releasing plans to transform kilometers of streets into more pedestrian and bike-friendly zones.\nSome of the most popular commercial thoroughfares are set to become pedestrian-only.\nRetail shops with their own entrances from the outside, meanwhile, will finally open in the Montreal area on May 25.\nMontrealers will have to keep waiting for dine-in restaurants and terrasses, however.\nLa majorité des restaurants prêts pour la réouverture, même à 50 %, mais... https://t.co/io4ZKhBmv1 via @ARQ_resto— ARQ (@ARQ_resto) May 14, 2020\nDespite willingness among Quebec restaurant owners to open at 50% capacity, and fears that many restaurants won't be able to survive without customers much longer, the government has not announced any plans to allow restaurants to open their doors.\n#COVID19 : 112 km de Voies actives sécuritaires seront créées. Ces corridors piétons et cyclistes temporaires s'ajoutent aux infrastructures prévues et aux 900 km d'aménagements existants. Cet été, 1200 km seront offerts pour bouger en sécurité. #polmtl https://t.co/B4nnZu2odq pic.twitter.com/WzSZQUm3uS— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) May 15, 2020\nStay tuned for more news.