MISE À DAY
After almost two years, Quebecers finally have the freedom to wear or not wear masks in public spaces in the province. To their delight, they can show wide smiles at all times in shopping malls, at the arena, or even in restaurants.
Like the majority of spectators who attended without a mask At the hockey game between the Syracuse Crunch and the Rocket in Laval on Saturday afternoon, this fan sporting a yellow cap was able to react freely to the celebrations of a visitors' goal at Place Bell.
< p>At Le Cathcart, Place Ville Marie in Montreal, Alexandra Binette-St-Pierre and Samuel Lemieux will finally be able to show their best smiles in front of customers.
Samuel Boudreault was less hot by preparing mini-hamburgers in the kitchen of La Cage – Brasserie sportive du quartier Lebourgneuf,— in Quebec City.
Jeff Blouin and his son Raphaël celebrated the lifting of this health measure by going to train together at the Privilege Gym in the borough of Beauport, in Quebec City.
This new stage is well eilied by workers, such as the waitress Andréane Chabot and the co-owner of pizzeria No 900, Marie-Michelle Berger, in Limoilou, a district of the Old Capital.
Alexandra Taca, owner of the beauty care business and Fougères Amères artisanal products, in Limoilou,— will not be wearing a mask for most of her tasks.
Lisette Chouinard was very happy to be able to remove her face covering on Saturday, when she went out shopping at Place Longueuil.
The Bernard-Maheux family was visibly relieved by the fall of the masks on Saturday, while attending the Tournoi international de hockey pee-wee de Québec.