The police handed over fifteen reports, including many violations of the municipality law.
The SPVQIt does not specify the number of tickets awarded for breaching the applicable health regulations.
Even if the mask was rarely on the nose and the distance was two meters, and was not always respected, the atmosphere was festive and mostly well-intentioned.
With the curfew approaching, which lasted at 9:30 pm until Friday, citizens quietly left the place.
Tough day yet
Revelers left mountains of rubbish in their wake.
Municipal employees were busy cleaning, on Sunday morning, the trash left around the garbage cans, in the pouring rain.
These scenes, which were repeated years ago, according to neighborhood residents who contacted Radio Canada, have been the subject of frequent complaints.
Last week, a solemn march took place at the foot of the police station, without the latter being aware.
On Saturday night, the police were, this time, more visible in Victoria Park. Several customers crossed the park alleys, with yellow bibs on their bodies, reminding people of health instructions.
With information from Camille Carpentier
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