A summary of North Shore News according to each city Hall:

Rosemere

With the Easter break about to begin, the Town would like to remind citizens of the importance of respecting social distancing guidelines. Although Easter is usually an opportunity to reunite with family and loved ones, it is essential  for residents to maintain the measures in order to avoid the spread of the virus. Thanks to technology, people will still be able to share beautiful moments with their loved ones! The city asks not to hesitate to use platforms such as Zoom, FaceTime and Skype to celebrate Easter… virtually!

Sainte Thérèse

Following the operations which took place during the night of March 29 to 30 in a sector of the city bordered by the Rivière aux Chiens, the City of Sainte Thérèse maintains the critical situation status regarding the possibilities of flooding of the river until further notice.

This means that citizens who have already installed sandbags must maintain these protective measures until the critical situation status is lifted. No houses were flooded, no streets were blocked, and the City continued to monitor the level of the river closely. The teams remain ready to intervene if necessary.

Boisbriand

In order to limit the spread of the virus, the City of Boisbriand takes the situation very seriously and complies with the recommendations issued by the Government of Quebec.

Despite the closure of municipal buildings, several employees telework and are able to respond to citizens’ requests by telephone (voice mail – reminders made regularly) or online. In light of the current circumstances, note that the response time may be longer than usual.

The website will be updated as the situation evolves. The city asks the residents to consult it frequently.

Deux-Montagnes

LET’S BUY LOCAL! THE CITY PUBLISHES THE LIST OF OPEN LOCAL MERCHANT’S STORES

The City of Deux-Montagnes encourages its citizens to show solidarity with local merchants and publishes on its website a list of groceries, pharmacies, restaurants and other open businesses:  https://bit.ly/3c5rnlj

Merchants:who want their store on the list or have any correstions of published information are asked to email  communications@ville.deux-montagnes.qc.ca. Deux-Montagnes merchants open in this time of crisis are also invited to register their business with  Le Panier Bleu, an initiative of the provincial government to support the local economy:  https://lepanierbleu.ca/

Blainville

The skateparks, located in the parks of Bolivars, Fontainebleau and Maurice-Tessier, are now closed until further notice. The City also closes all of its sports facilities: soccer, baseball, basketball, tennis, pickelball, etc. until further notice.

The parks remain open, but gatherings are prohibited there. A minimum distance of two meters is to be respected between people not living under the same roof. The City asks citizens to avoid play modules since they are not disinfected. Anyone who does not follow the instructions can be fined from $ 1,000 to $ 6,000.

Saint-Eustache

The Saint-Eustache City Police Service is counting on your cooperation so as not to clog up the telephone lines of the 9-1-1 emergency center for any questions concerning the Covid-19.

The Police Service has written a Frequently Asked Questions in connection with COVID-19 in order to better answer your questions. Do not hesitate to do your own research before contacting your emergency services. All together, it’s going to be fine!