Several activities are cancelled or postponed in the region, conforming to the Francois Legault government directive to suspend all indoor gatherings of 250 people or more to halt the spreading of COVID-19.
Translation Dan Rosenburg
Cancelled or postponed
– Hockey Québec has put an end to its minor hockey activities
The Quebec Midget AAA Hockey League, including the Chateauguay Grenadiers, is on an enforced holiday
- The St. Patrick’s Parade, scheduled for March 29 in Chateauguay, is postponed.
- The Catholic Church has suspended the celebration of all Masses.
- The Freak Show 4 for the benefit of the Anna Laberge Foundation, which was scheduled for St. Constant on Saturday, March 28, has been pushed back.
- The Accès Danse Festival, which had been announced for the end of March in Chateauguay, is cancelled.
- The shows of 2Frères and On va tous mourir, by Laurent Paquin, are postponed until further notice,
- The church council of the municipality of St. Isidore has cancelled the Gospel performance of Saturday, March 14. The performance would be postponed to a later date, St. Isidore indicates in a notice on its Facebook page.
- The members of the Durham County Poets musical group from Chateauguay, who were to attend the Juno Awards following a nomination will not be able to get to Saskatoon where the Gala was supposed to be held because the event has been cancelled. (In collaboration with Michel Thibault)