Quebecers celebrate the end of the curfew in an original way

While many Quebecers have chosen to meet on the newly opened terraces or simply meet in a park when the curfew ends on Friday evening, others have preferred to celebrate deconfinement in a more unusual way.

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Ice cream in the middle of the night in Granby

Ice cream between 5 p.m. and 3 a.m. is what many citizens were able to enjoy thanks to the initiative proposed by the company Monsieur Grizzly.

“As the context of the pandemic has affected the mental health of many and the curfew has had a negative impact on it, we want to raise donations for the cause,” said the dairy bar in a Facebook post.

All the profits generated by this evening were donated to the Fondation du Center hospitalier de Granby.

Picnic and comedy show at Baldwin Park

The next generation of Quebec humorists decided to perform outdoors on Friday evening by offering their first free show at Baldwin Park, in the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough, in Montreal.

Several comedians followed one another in front of an audience sitting on blankets with their picnic nearby.

This evening was also the first in a series of shows that will be offered by the Picnic & Humor group in several parks in the city over the coming weekends.


Quebecers celebrate the end of the curfew in an original way

Camille Dauphinais-Pelletier / 24 hours

Fireworks at Laurier Park

Another Plateau-Mont-Royal park, another atmosphere, while several people were able to meet at Laurier Park to observe a fireworks display to celebrate the end of the curfew in the province.

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