According to a report from Journal de Montréal, a beach in Montreal, Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park, was full of people during May's long weekend.\n"Alcohol, music, hugs, dancing and no masks. This is what the beach of the Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park, which is well hidden in the back of the woods in the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, looked like," Journal de Montréal wrote.\nEditor's Choice: A Bear Was Found Roaming Loose In Montreal & Here's What's Happening To It Now\n\n1-ils font bien 2-on s’en calisseUne autre plage bondée à Montréal https://t.co/bCwt5NRC9q— Skeptic_j (@Skeptic_j) May 23, 2021\n\nThe issue has become a hot topic on Twitter, and many people seemed far from happy.\nJournal de Montréal estimated there were "over 300 people" there Sunday afternoon. Photos show individuals in the water, although "this beach is officially closed and swimming is prohibited, as indicated by signs on the spot."\nThe mayor of Pierrefonds-Roxboro told Narcity "SPVM cadets will be present next week to support employees, ensure security and respect sanitary measures, including physical distancing."\n\nThis article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.