Coronavirus: Legault wants to make travel harder for Quebecers as Ottawa mulls more restrictions
WATCH LIVE: legault'>Quebec Premier Francois Legault and health officials provide an update on COVID-19 in the province:
Too soon for Quebec to relax COVID-19 restrictions, says Legault
Legault provides update: • Credits curfew for drop in cases • Defends police, won’t exempt homeless from curfew • Wants feds to compel travellers to stay in quarantine hotels, on travellers’ tab More in @mtlgazette live updates: #covid19 #pandemic
Federal minister asks Legault to 'show more humanity' toward homeless
COVID-19 live updates: Legault urges caution, pointing to U.K. hospitals that look 'like a war zone'
NEW: ON Premier Ford says he, Premier Horgan and Premier Legault on call last night with premiers and PM were adamant - don't open border with US
People of the Longhouse have released a statement regarding PremierLegault's comments.
legault'>Quebec Premier François Legault says the CN strike has left the province with fewer than five days before it runs out of propane, which would wreak havoc at hospitals, nursing homes and farms.
Quebec Premier François Legault says Malala Yousafzai would not be allowed to teach in Quebec unless she removed her hijab. Malala won a Nobel Peace Prize fighting for girls' rights to education. But public employees in Quebec are banned from wearing religious symbols.
Quebec premier-designate legault'>François Legault says he's ready to invoke the notwithstanding clause to ban people in authority positions from wearing religious symbols, such as the hijab.
Time lapse photo of the sun being partially eclipsed by the Moon and the International Space Station… (T. Legault)