Nothing matters more to us than a happy and healthy Montreal. That’s why we’ve changed our logo, why we’re shifting our editorial coverage of the city we know and love to spending Time In, and most of all: We are temporarily closing Time Out Market Montréal.
The local editors at Time Out Montreal are all about helping you experience the best of the city at any moment, but right now everyone is taking as many precautions as possible to limit the spread.
For now—from the time this article is published—events planned and businesses currently in operation are largely suspended, cancelled, postponed and generally closed for next 30 days. Everyone has their part to play in acting responsibly to avoid and prevent any further contamination.
What started with a single case being reported in Quebec on February 28th, 2020 has since resulted in Quebec Premier François Legault declaring a public health emergency that began with events of 250 people or more to cancel their plans, public facilities like gyms, libraries and pools to close and restaurants, bars and clubs to cease operations—all of these for 30 days or more—by mid-March.
To help keep you up to date, we’ve put together this list of all the major event cancellations and postponements along with address suspensions and closures in Montreal. Please note that we will be updating this list continually as announcements break, but it is a continually changing situation. If you wish to make us aware of any news, you can contact us here.
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