Quebecers will soon have another reason to go out this summer. Beaches across Quebec are reopening on June 22 according to the latest update by the CAQ government on June 17. Minister Isabelle Charest also announced the reopening of indoor sports facilities, indoor pools, arenas, and gyms.\nCharest said that in recent months, Quebecers have been eagerly waiting to play sports, work out, and enjoy their favourite summer activities.\nWith the recent reopening of outdoor sites, the government has deemed it safe to proceed with the reopening of indoor sites, including allowing gatherings of up to 50 people in public venues.\nMatches for team sports can also resume.\nAnyone who participates in these activities must follow health regulations.\n"This authorization is obviously good news, but nothing can be taken for granted. Prudence and compliance with instructions must be part of our new way of playing sports in the context of a pandemic," stressed Charest.\n"I remain convinced that we can adapt and that, in the coming weeks, thousands of Quebecers, young and old, will be able to start their hockey camp, find their gymnastics club, or play a soccer game."\nJune 22 is shaping up to be a big day for the province, and especially for Montreal.\nRestaurants in the Montreal metropolitan community (CMM), Joliette, and L'Épiphanie are also set to open on June 22.\nIndoor private gatherings of a maximum of 10 people will be allowed in the same areas on the same date.\nAujourd’hui, on annonce une nouvelle phase de déconfinement graduel des sports, des loisirs et des activités de plein air.🎥Suivez notre point de presse pour les détails 👇https://t.co/OzOdFxbvA6— François Legault (@francoislegault) June 17, 2020\nDay camps and summer camps will welcome campers across the province on June 22, too.\nThe government has worked quickly in recent weeks to reopen favourite summertime activities and destinations like Sépaq parks and campgrounds.\nCharest noted Wednesday that the opening of arenas and gyms is "practically the last phase" of reopenings when it comes to sports — "unless there is a step backwards," she said.\nÀ partir du 22 juin, ce sera possible d’organiser des rassemblements à 1,5 mètre de distance dans certaines circonstances.Les jeunes de 16 ans et moins pourront aussi appliquer une distanciation d’un mètre.Les détails 👇 https://t.co/FYViN0XiBl— Isabelle Charest (@IsabelleCharest) June 15, 2020\nAll that's left to be announced is the resumption of combat sports, for which Charest didn't share a definitive date.\n"Today's announcement means a return to a certain normality that will be good for everyone," she said.\nTrès heureuse d'annoncer la reprise des activités suivantes au 19 juin 2020. 🛥 Les excursions maritimes pourront reprendre leurs activités à compter du 1er juillet 2020.Profitons de la saison estivale qui s'annonce en continuant de respecter les mesures sanitaires. pic.twitter.com/uJRzp3BGx7— Caroline Proulx (@caroaubureau) June 11, 2020\nSummer 2020 may not be so bad after all.\nThis article's cover image is used for illustrative purposes only.