The STM just announced that the entire orange line has been shut down for at least an hour. The shutdown affects all stations in both directions on the orange line, from Côte-Vertu to Montmorency.\nThe STM has explained that the shutdown is due to a medical emergency. Service is not expected to resume until at least 10:10 p.m.\nThe STM published the tweet below a few minutes ago.\nArrêt ligne ORANGE entre Côte-Vertu et Montmorency. Inter. services médicaux d'urgence. Reprise prévue vers 22h10. #stminfo J\n— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) May 29, 2019\nREAD ALSO: Warning: It's Going To Be Super Wet In Quebec This Summer\nThe Tweet reads "interruption on the ORANGE line between Côte-Vertu to Montmorency. emergency medical services. Service is expected to return around 10:10."\nFor more information, the STM suggests that you follow the Orange line on Twitter.\n[Métro service status] 🚇⚠️ Follow @stm_Orange for more information about the current service interruption on that line. #stminfo pic.twitter.com/pVm1i7OsBu\n— STM (@stminfo) May 29, 2019\nREAD ALSO: Government Of Canada To Force Airlines To Pay Passengers With Free Food And Up To $1,000 Cash For Delayed Flights\nWe will also update this post as more information becomes available.\nThis is not the first time that the STM has had trouble in the last week. A few days ago, Papineau station had to be emergency evacuated because of a problem with the ceiling's structure.\nThe entire orange line has been shut down due to a medical emergency. Service is expected to resume at around 10:10.