In a communication sent to its members, the Association of Quebec Convention Professionals (APCQ) argues that the Quebec government would allow meetings of up to 250 people in hotels and conference rooms across the province, including including red zones, for events deemed essential.
In an email that the president of the APCQ, Gilber Paquette, sent to the members of the group, and of which The duty has obtained a copy, we can read that meetings which meet certain very precise criteria may be held “either in a hotel, a convention center, an unusual place (for example, the Zoo de Granby), in a museum or in a hall. community ”.
Under a ministerial decree dated October 22, the Legault government allows meetings deemed essential by professional orders, unions and management associations, among others, but also by its ministries and public bodies such as the SAAQ.
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