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In a press release Thursday morning, the Ministry of Health announced that it would increase the capacity limit for outdoor festivals in Quebec, but that it's not going to allow more people inside the Montreal Bell Centre to watch the Canadiens play the Stanley Cup Final.

The decision comes after the team publicly announced that it had requested permission to allow as many as 10,000 people in the arena.

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A 21-year-old Quebec driver was reportedly caught going 167 km/h in an 80 zone on Saturday night in L'Île d'Orléans.

According to media representative Audrey-Anne Bilodeau from La Sûreté du Québec, two police officers caught the driver speeding using a radar around 12:15 a.m.

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This story is like an onion and every time you peel off a layer, there's an even stinkier layer underneath. 

First off, allow me to voice my hatred of photo radars. If a cop sees you driving above the speed limit, they consider a few factors before pulling you over and ticketing you. They check your speed to make sure you're not going too far above the limit. They can see if you're driving like a madman or if you're just safely keeping up with traffic. And sometimes just the sight of a cop car is enough to make you slow down. There's no need to take money out of the pocket of every driver who goes a little faster than the speed limit.

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