Ile-Saint-Bernard and the Fernand-Seguin Ecology Centre remain open to the public following the announcement of the additional efforts that are to be implemented until February 8th to fight the pandemic.
That being said, strict rules must be abided at both locations. “People are only allowed to visit the location with their own family bubble,” stressed Héritage Saint-Bernard in a Facebook post.
Guards and patrollers will no longer tolerate get togethers and gatherings among families and friends, the organization warned.
Citizens are being asked to follow the on site regulations as well as the posted signs. The rental location at the Centre Fernand-Seguin will be closed until further notice, however washrooms are still accessible.
The Pavillon de l’Île at l’île-Saint-Bernard remains open as well. Those interested can rent poles and ice grippers. In both cases, the health guidelines apply.
“Thank you for respecting our employees’ work and allowing us to remain open,” stated Héritage Saint-Bernard.
(Translation Amanda Bennett)