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A hotel group based in Matane, Bonaventure and Percé — all seaside cities with beaches in Quebec's Gaspésie region — is hiring 30 hospitality workers for the summer season. Bonus: applicants don't need to speak French for certain positions.

Groupe Riôtel also provides accommodations near the hotel where you work so you won't have to worry about finding somewhere to stay. You'll essentially be paid to live and work in a gorgeous paradise! 

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Even if you've forgotten what it means to travel, you can still discover places that will change your life without leaving the province. Quebec is home to many stunning lakes and rivers with turquoise waters so beautiful you'll think you're on a trip abroad.

Whether you prefer to swim, kayak or simply admire the view from a far-off lookout point, you'll definitely want to add these beautiful bodies of water to your summer bucket list.

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Effective June 4, air travellers returning to Canada who refuse to quarantine in a government-approved hotel can be fined $5,000 — a $2,000 increase from the prior $3,000 fine.

The government has said the mandatory hotel stay itself can cost travellers approximately $2,000 of their own money. In Montreal, approved hotels include the Baymont by Wyndham Montreal Airport, Embassy Suites by Hilton Montreal Airport and Comfort Inn Dorval.

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Calling all waterpark lovers, we've got some exciting news for you. A new indoor park, MOANA Parc Aquatique, will be opening in Mirabel by 2023, and it sounds like it's going to be massive.

This project was started by Ray Junior and is surely going to become the new hot spot in Quebec in the coming years.

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Quebec has finally unveiled its three-stage deconfinement plan, announcing that restaurant and bar terrasses in Montreal can reopen on May 28 and June 11, respectively.

That means Old Montreal is currently preparing for a busy summer. Here's a sneak peek at what you can expect when six of its terrasses open on May 28. 

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A new 39-storey, 193-room luxury hotel called Humaniti Hotel is set to open in Old Montreal in June — and, if you're looking for a hospitality job, the team is hiring for 30 positions. 

The hospitality industry was hit hard by the pandemic, so this is a great opportunity for aspiring hotel workers

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With warmer weather, longer days and a later curfew in Montreal, there's no excuse for another date night spent watching Netflix on the couch (not that there's anything wrong with that... we're just saying, there's more to life). If you're really looking to impress your date, plan something unexpected

These under-the-radar springtime date ideas in Montreal will earn you major brownie points. Plus, you'll guarantee yourself a fun time — no matter how well or how poorly the date goes.

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Canada has updated its list of government-authorized quarantine hotels where non-essential international air travellers must spend up to three nights as they await COVID-19 test results, adding ten hotels in Montreal and removing one.

As of February 21, the federal government had listed four designated hotels near the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. As of March 2, the list totalled 13 hotels.

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The federal government has released a list of authorized hotels that air travellers, including Quebecers, must choose from when returning to Canada by plane — and four of the "quarantine hotels" are in Montreal.  

Beginning on February 22, all travellers flying back into the country are required to stay at one of these hotels for up to three nights while they wait for the results of a mandatory COVID-19 test. 

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The federal government has announced the date that Canada's strict new air travel rules, including mandatory hotel stays, come into effect: February 22. 

Beginning on February 22, non-essential travellers entering Canada by airplane will be required to take a COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test before leaving the airport — and then they'll have to wait three nights for the results at a government-authorized hotel.

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The results from U.S. News & World Report's annual Best Hotels rankings are in — and a Montreal luxury hotel made it to the very top of the list for 2021. Can you guess which one it is? 

U.S. News used a combination of industry awards and guest reviews to score over 30,000 luxury hotels and resorts in Canada, the United States, Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda.

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In collaboration with the federal government, Canada's major airlines have agreed to suspend all flights to "sun destinations" after countless requests from Premier François Legault to tighten travel restrictions in Canada. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing and Air Transat will "cancel air service" to all Caribbean destinations and Mexico starting on Sunday, January 31 until April 30. 

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