While Halloween was postponed in Montreal last night, many brave trick-or-treaters, kids and adults alike, still took to the streets to get their trick-or-treat on.\nTake a look at these photos that showcase the bravery of our youth below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nDespite the fact that Montreal mayor Valérie Plante postponed Halloween in Montreal due to warnings of a severe rainstorm, many Montrealers were out in full force, trick-or-treating and partying in the torrential downpour.\nI ventured out into the city, costume and all, though as I am too grown for trick-or-treating, I skipped the strolling through the streets part and ventured instead for a party. But, even in the short amount of time, I was out there, I still got totally soaked.\nThe rain really was heavy, although not necessarily dangerous, as the intense winds forecasted by Environment Canada didn't start up until early this morning, meaning there are a lot of people out there who have some... shady words for our mayor.\nYes, a lot of people were less than impressed with the decision and the whole thing even spurred the eventual #Halloweengate hashtag.\nThe skies in Montreal are starting to clear up and it's looking like perhaps tonight will be an all-star night for trick-or-treating...\nBut let's take some time to appreciate those dedicated souls who braved the weather last night to celebrate spooky season on October 31, in true Halloween fashion.\nFor those that decided to heed the mayor's call and stay home instead of venture out into the storm last night, life probably felt exactly like this meme.\nEntire Montreal watching the world celebrating Halloween tonight#halloweengate #halloween2019 pic.twitter.com/R2W7iDlqJm— SomewhereFarAway|°• (@TinaLuvy) October 31, 2019\nAnd if that was you, this is a little taste of what Montreal looked and felt like last night.\nView this post on Instagram Montreal Halloween 2019 A post shared by Brysen Kewayosh (@bryce_wade) on Oct 31, 2019 at 7:03pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram 🇨🇦 — Heavy rain and flooding in Montreal Canada. A post shared by BELAAZ NEWS (@thebelaaz) on Oct 31, 2019 at 8:58pm PDT\nRoads began to flood as rain fell at an astonishing rate and fallen leaves quickly began to back up sewage drains.\nBut the little monsters of Montreal were way more concerned with getting their hands on candy than getting a little wet, so it comes as little surprise that there were countless people out walking the streets last night.\nHalloweeners of all ages were spotted out across the city, making the most of a moist situation.\nView this post on Instagram « Ananas in liquid sunshine! »😆✌🏼Joyeuse Halloween! A post shared by Wiz Karine on the Go! (@karineonthego) on Nov 1, 2019 at 12:15am PDT\nAnd at the end of the day, what's a little rain.\nBecause the wind held off and it wasn't really that cold, any worries about health and safety were pretty quickly abated.\nREAD ALSO: Halloweengate: The Most Hilarious Reactions To Halloween Being Postponed In Montreal\nFor those trick-or-treaters that did go out last night, they're likely going to be the biggest winners when it comes to the candy grab, considering they're going to get another chance to go out again tonight.\nView this post on Instagram Yes, it was raining, yes, we were soaked, yes, it was cold but is was also October 31st, my step-son's favorite day of the year. Yes, we went trick or treating. @val_plante, you suck. A post shared by 🅙🅐🅢🅜🅘🅝🅔 🅔🅛🅢🅐 (@jasmine_elsa) on Oct 31, 2019 at 9:37pm PDT\nAvez-vous survécu le déluge de L'halloween à Montréal ? pic.twitter.com/Gzy1F8KEA1— Jean-Pierre Szaraz (@MediaJPS) November 1, 2019\nBecause Montreal declared that Halloween is today instead of yesterday, does that mean people who went out yesterday can double dip?— Eric the Okayest (@EricsOnThisPage) November 1, 2019\nIf you're a treat-giver, be on the lookout for anyone you saw last night... and give them double, they deserve it.\nMany people couldn't help but acknowledge the camaraderie that developed amongst those tough and brave trick-or-treaters who ignored the warnings and went full-on anyway.\nI love that Montreal moved Halloween to today but kids still went out yesterday. So they'll get 2 halloweens, and there's now an entire generation of kids who know it's possible to scam the system— Sarah Etter (@SarahEtter_) November 1, 2019\nEven if some people decide to re-use their costume for a second night, you have to give them credit for going out in such terrible weather, just to stick to tradition and show their mettle.\nView this post on Instagram I’m not supposed to take stuff from strangers 🎈 A post shared by Julien Bohbot (@jbohbs) on Oct 31, 2019 at 6:51pm PDT\nI really do commend these Montrealers for sticking to their guns and going for it.\nLmaooooo Montreal is changing the day of Halloween to November 1st bc of bad weatherIf they think I’m not 100% gonna ignore this and get my spook on then they are FOOLS pic.twitter.com/VoIKIV3xc4— sunshine ☀️ (@all_audreyyy) October 30, 2019\nI don't think I can say I would have done the same.\nI just heard my 8yo tell her friend, “We should go to Montreal tomorrow. They’re having Halloween then. We could get a whole bunch more candy.” God, I’m proud of her.— Tyler McMurchy (@TylerMcMurchy) November 1, 2019\nOthers are finding ways to make the best of a lousy situation.\nno Halloween this year in Montreal 80mm of rain is expecting!! 😟 wait it means I can keep all those candies? 😏😍😍— big fennec boy (@suranei) October 31, 2019\nOMW to Montréal so I’m getting 48 hours of Halloween it seems.— Michael Wheeler (@michaelcwheeler) November 1, 2019\nOf course, some people are worried about tonight's weather, particularly with the intense wind that is still howling through Montreal, albeit less so than a couple hours ago.\nIl est évident que si la tempête d’aujourd’hui avit fait rage, hier soir, aucun parent normal n’aurait envoyé son enfant passer Halloween. Est-ce que l’intervention de l’état dans ce cas était réellement nécessaire? #onjase #Halloween19 #halloweengate pic.twitter.com/iKFEqoloyE— Marie-Eve M. Garant (@memgarant) November 1, 2019\nJe sais que @Val_Plante à reporté l'Halloween à aujourd'hui. Mais @hydroquebec vous n'étiez pas obligé de couper l'électricité pour rendre l'ambiance avec le vent et la pluie plus mystérieuse et épeurante!#halloween2019 #HalloweenGate— Hellder74 🇨🇦 🇺🇸 🇵🇹 🇧🇷 🇪🇸 (@hsantos74) November 1, 2019\n@Val_Plante it’s incredibly windy out today. Are we postponing Halloween until tomorrow night now? #Montreal #halloweengate #Halloween19 🎃 👻 pic.twitter.com/iYY5NzBJRz— Kristopher ツ (@HelloKristopher) November 1, 2019\nmontreal really said fuck halloween twice— peyton (@peyttxnn) November 1, 2019\nPerhaps we'll get a Halloween part three tomorrow night?\nWho had the more wuss move? #Toronto, for calling in the army to shovel snow or #Montreal, for delaying #Halloween because of rain?— LudaToke (@ludatoke) November 1, 2019\nJust kidding.\nMontreal is living some sort of scary version of Groundhog's Day right now. It'll continue to be Halloween until they do the day right.— Dan Kestler (@DanKestlerESQ) November 1, 2019\nAnd for those of you who don't give a shit about Halloween in the slightest, I have good news:\nHAPPY FIRST DAY OF CHRISTMAS IM SO HAPPY HALLOWEEN IS OVER YEAAAAHHHHHHHH pic.twitter.com/2hmvmRRCKW— saoudia thee reader (@hotgirlreads) November 1, 2019\nWent to pick up @MarianneCool3 from her Halloween party. It's November 1st bitches you know what time it is! (I'm just kidding I don't actually want to hear Christmas music before December) pic.twitter.com/mKwJ4wu5f1— 🎃 Maxime Bernier at the debate 🎃 (@Wesleys_Theory) November 1, 2019\nIt's almost Christmas.