As much as stereotypes are generalizations, we all know that if you say you live in a certain neighbourhood of Montreal (or a surrounding area), you're going to be associated with a particular vibe because certain types of people seem to be clustered in the same places. \nIn a new — and hilariously accurate — TikTok video, Fred Duke captures this perfectly by doing impressions of people from different parts of the Montreal area reacting to ever-changing COVID-19 restrictions. \nEditor's Choice: The SQDC Is Hiring For 28 In-Store Positions & You Can Apply In Time For 4/20\n\n\nHe covers the Plateau, Saint-Henri, Laval, the West Island, and Outremont and the impressions are focused on the 8 p.m. curfew that Premier François Legault recently reinstated in Montreal.\nWatching someone poke fun at Montreal-area stereotypes in such a timely way provides a much-needed laugh. It's funny because it's true. \nYou can watch the TikTok here.