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If you're around the Olympic Stadium on Saturday — or you simply log into Facebook and watch the live feed — you'll see a huge crowd marching through the streets of Montreal in protest to express, as the Facebook event page puts it, "disagreement with health measures in Quebec." 

The march, dubbed "Québec Debout," is one of six protests happening "for freedom" across Quebec on May 1. 

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Canadian figureheads have struggled with managing the COVID-19 virus while facing backlash — and the pandemic hair journeys of Justin Trudeau, Premier François Legault and other local politicians tell us everything we need to know about what they've been going through. 

With mass closures of barbershops and hair salons in Quebec, getting a haircut has never been harder, so we can't judge anyone's hair too harshly. But that doesn't mean we can't take a closer look. 

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Quebec's fleurdelisé is one of the most famous and recognizable flags on the continent. In fact, its significance is so great that the government has outlined careful rules for flying the Quebec flag on public institutions.

These rules were first defined by the Act Respecting the Flag and Emblems of Quebec and can be found on the government's website.

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One of my favorites sayings is: "I love Montreal, I can't wait until they finish it." 

That's because it really feel likes Montreal is constantly under construction, even though nothing new ever seems to get built. If you think I'm exaggerating, take a look at all the construction happening right now.

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