On the last week of Montreal's 8 p.m. curfew (for now), the SPVM issued over 800 infractions related to health regulations, 511 of which were for curfew non-compliance according to a tweet. \n"From April 26 to May 2, the SPVM [...] issued 878 reports or RIGs and, of these, 511 were issued for non-compliance with the curfew," wrote the SPVM. \nEditor's Choice: This Tropical Campsite Near Montreal Is Just Like A Cuban Resort & You Can Reserve Now\n\nDonnées #COVID19 | Du 26 avril au 2 mai, le #SPVM a reçu 522 appels en lien avec l'application du décret de la Santé publique. Les policiers ont remis 878 constats ou RIG et, de ce nombre, 511 ont été émis pour le non-respect du couvre-feu. pic.twitter.com/osg4RN0kge— Police Montréal (@SPVM) May 3, 2021\n\nAnother 522 emergency calls were made to the police related to health infractions.\nMontrealers who are used to rushing home before the 8 p.m. curfew will be happy to know that they'll have an extra hour and a half starting on Monday. Quebec's health authorities announced a 9:30 p.m. curfew as of May 3. \nOver the weekend, thousands of Montrealers protested against the curfew and COVID-19 vaccine passports, among other things.