Faced with the popularity of outdoor activities in the region’s parks, the Terrebonne police officers went to the field in the midst of a snowstorm on Saturday to remind citizens of the health rules to be observed during the practice of sports. winter.
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Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, walking: many citizens took advantage of the first real snowstorm to hit Quebec on Saturday.
“It feels good! It changes ideas. We are sports fans and we like to go outdoors, ”said a couple met by TVA Nouvelles on the TransTerrebonne trails.
Police officers from the Terrebonne Police Department were also there to remind outdoor enthusiasts of the health instructions put in place by the government.
The City was worried, earlier this week, of a “relaxation of respect for sanitary rules” on the TransTerrebonne and Île-des-Moulins, in particular.
“It is crucial to respect and follow the health measures recommended by the government. It is imperative that we keep all parks available to all of our residents, and that we continue to provide and maintain our winter facilities. To do this, we ask the population to show vigilance, patience and civility, ”indicated the director and coordinator of civil security in the city, Sylvain Dufresne.
Remember that only individual outdoor activities and in a family bubble are authorized by Public Health.
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