In Saint-Eustache activities for adults resume as of February 14th

The City of Saint-Eustache is announced the resumption of municipal activities of a sporting, cultural or leisure nature for people aged 18 and over, starting February 14. However, matches, competitions and tournaments remain prohibited. Due to the pandemic and specifically the rapid spread of the Omicron variant, once more all municipal activities were put on hold depriving citizens of valuable social, athletic, educational and cultural opportunities crucial to a population that has suffered multiple lockdowns.

Winter session courses and activities


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The winter session will begin on February 14 for adults registered for courses or sports or cultural activities in municipal facilities. The maximum capacity of 25 people per group will be maintained.

Workshops and conferences at the Guy-Bélisle library

In addition, the municipal library will once again be able to welcome a certain number of people during activities or conferences scheduled after February 14. It must be noted that some activities could be presented in hybrid mode, that is to say with a limited number of people present in the room as well as a virtual audience.

Maintenance of hygiene measures and vaccination passport

The City of Saint-Eustache asks for the cooperation of participants in order to respect the measures in place according to the activities, in particular with regard to the wearing of masks and hand hygiene. In addition, the vaccination passport and proof of identity are required to access the municipal buildings in which courses and activities are held, the Guy-Bélisle library, the La petite Eglise art center, the Walter- Buswell, Aquatic Complex and Multisport Complex.