Quebec has undergone all kinds of changes to deal with the current situation, which led the province to be put on a virtual standstill. As a result, non-essential businesses have had to close their doors and some essential businesses have seen alterations to their schedules. Quebec grocery stores having to close their doors on Sundays is an example of such.\nIf Sunday was your usual grocery shopping today, I have good news! As of May 24, their doors will be open seven days a week again.\nThe closure of several businesses on Sundays that was announced back in March was said to be a way give employees an additional day to rest during this busy time, among other things.\nInitially scheduled to last all of April, this measure was extended until May 31.\nAnd now, it seems that it has seen its end a week in advance.\nThe Quebec Ministry of Economy and Innovation, Pierre Fitzgibbon, made the announcement in a press release that was issued on May 18.\nStarting again today, May 24, "the usual regulations concerning business hours will apply," the press release states.\n📌 Nouvel horaire pour faire votre épicerie 📌 Pour continuer de bien vous servir, nos heures d'ouverture sont maintenant...Posted by Super C on Saturday, May 23, 2020\n"As a result, all commercial establishments currently authorized to open their doors will now be able to reopen on Sundays."\n"In addition, merchants will no longer be able to extend their business hours from Monday to Saturday," the press release told us.\nBonne nouvelle! Nos épiceries rouvrent les dimanches, et ce dès le 24 mai. Au plaisir de vous voir du lundi au vendredi...Posted by Metro mon épicier on Thursday, May 21, 2020\nSeveral grocery chains have announced their new schedules on social networks, including Super C, Metro, and IGA.\nWhile the deconfinement and reopenings of certain businesses have already begun in regions outside the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM), Montrealers will also be able to take advantage of the reopening of the economy as of Monday, May 25.\nSeveral businesses in the city that have an exterior door usually used by customers will be able to start welcoming customers again.\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.