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If you ventured through the crowds in Montreal after Italy won the Euro 2020, you know just how many people were out celebrating on July 11.

We usually say that Montreal bleeds red, white and blue for the Habs, but after Italy won the Euro 2020, the city bled green, white and red.

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Montreal Canadiens defenceman Jeff Petry may have become an instant meme after playing Game 2 against the Vegas Golden Knights with terrifying red eyes, but he had yet to speak out about his crimson glare — until today. 

While his wife, Julie Petry, had posted that the bloodshot eyes were due to an "upper-body injury," she didn't tell curious Habs fans much more — other than saying it wasn't allergies, wasn't because he wasn't tired and wasn't the result of "a couple nights in Vegas." 

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Remember when Jeff Petry became an instant meme after stepping onto the ice with frightening red eyes during game two against the Vegas Golden Knights?

It was due to an injury, the poor thing. But if you — or Petry — were hoping to forget the haunting memory, it might take longer than expected because the Montreal Canadiens' official store is now selling Petry "Red Eye" T-shirts.

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If you happened to be walking by Niagara Falls on Sunday evening, you would've been amazed to see them lit up in blue, white, and red in honour of the Montreal Canadiens

That's right, Canada's most famous waterfall was illuminated in the Habs colours ahead of their series that begins on Monday against the Las Vegas Golden Knights.

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The Habs' North Division victory has led to tension with fans of Montreal's rival team: the Toronto Maple Leafs, and you could say the CN Tower is to blame.

To celebrate the Canadiens becoming "Kings of the North," as they go on to represent Canada in the Stanley Cup semifinals, Toronto's CN Tower lit up in red, blue, and white on June 8 — and Leafs fans took to Twitter to express their displeasure.

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Per the provincial government's website, there are currently 11 COVID-19 red zones remaining in Quebec — but on Monday, those 11 areas will become orange zones, marking the end of red zones in Quebec.

"This means that as of Monday, June 7, there will be no more red regions in Quebec," said Premier François Legault during a June 1 press conference where he announced the changes. 

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Quebec's curfew was lifted on May 28 — and this past weekend, Montrealers took to the Old Port and terrasses across the city to celebrate the end of the city's almost five-month-long curfew.

However, the rules on outdoor dining and activities in Montreal are tricky — even Mayor Valérie Plante admitted to an error when she was seen dining on a terrasse on May 29.

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On May 18, Premier François Legault announced Quebec's province-wide deconfinement plan, including removing the curfew and reopening restaurant and bar terrasses.

We sorted through your DMs and answered all your questions about the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Quebec

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As part of a tightening of restrictions amid the province's third wave of COVID-19, Quebec is making masks or face coverings mandatory for outdoor group sports and recreational activities.

In orange and red zones, as of Thursday, April 8, a face-covering will be required when participants don't live together, according to an April 6 press release from the minister of health.

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On April 6, Premier François Legault announced a tightening of Quebec's COVID-19 restrictions in order to curb the "rapid spread" of virus variants

From new rules in schools to more red zones, here's everything you need to know about the province's latest round of restrictions. 

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The Queen Victoria statue in front of McGill University's Strathcona Music Building was vandalized with red paint on the evening of March 17. The Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade is claiming responsibility for the incident. 

According to a news release shared by No Borders Media, the Brigade "defied curfew to again vandalize the landmark bronze statue to Queen Victoria." 

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Three Quebec regions — Nord-du-Québec, Côte-Nord and Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine — will move from orange to yellow zones on March 26, Premier François Legault announced Tuesday. 

He said that means residents of those three regions won't have a curfew.

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