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WATCH LIVE: Quebec Premier Francois Legault and health officials provide an update on COVID-19 in the province:

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Quebec Premier François Legault announces the province will be mandating face coverings for people aged 12 or older on public transit beginning July 13. People without masks will be barred from taking transit beginning July 27. Previous story for context:

Radio-Canada has learned Premier François Legault is expected to announce that masks will become mandatory on Quebec's public transportation networks.

Radio-Canada’s @SebBovetSRC  says premier Francois Legault will announce tomorrow mandatory wearing of masks on public transit across Quebec

WATCH LIVE: Quebec Premier Francois Legault provides an update on COVID-19 and anti-racism efforts in the province:

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Quebec Premier François Legault and Dr. Horacio Arruda, the province's public health director, are providing an update on the spread of COVID-19.

WATCH LIVE: Quebec Premier François Legault and Dr. Horacio Arruda, the province's public health director, are giving a COVID-19 update.

WATCH LIVE: Quebec Premier Francois Legault and health officials provide an update on COVID-19 in the province:

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The rebuke to Premier François Legault's claims that there is no systemic racism in Quebec came in the form of a massive demonstration in Montreal. @jonmontpetit 

Radio-Canada has learned Quebec Premier François Legault will announce at 1 pm ET in Montreal: - Schools in the Montreal region will remain closed until September over COVID-19. - Child care won't be offered at least until June 1. - No decision yet on when shopping might resume.

BREAKING: Quebec Premier François Legault says the province is 'pushing back' the reopening of non-essential business in the Montreal region to May 18, since the numbers are worrisome. He urges everyone to continue to follow physical distancing rules. 'I'm counting on you all.'

Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he can confirm that the tooth fairy is 'immune' to COVID-19 and has been declared an essential worker. More here:

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is asking all people returning from travel abroad to self-isolate for 14 days. This is mandatory for public sector employees in the health and education systems. The province is also banning events with more than 250 people.

Oh, look! Quebec Premier Francois Legault called for a legally-obtained injunction to be enforced "rapidly" against a railway blockade south of Montreal, riot police moved in, and the blockaders abandoned the blockade. #cdnpoli  #quepoli 

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.

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This evening in Yerevan, President Kagame meets with Premier-designate of Québec François Legault following his endorsement of Louise Mushikiwabo, the candidate chosen unanimously by the African Union to be the next OIF Secretary General. #SommetEVN18  #Francophonie2018 

Quebec premier-designate 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.

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