Montreal police have issued an average of 50 tickets per day over the past week for breaking the curfew.
According to the most recent data from the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal, published Monday on its Twitter account, a total of 583 statements of offenses or general offense reports were issued between January 11 and 17.
Of the number, 353 were donated for breaking the curfew.
During the last week, Montreal police officers received no less than 760 calls from people wishing to denounce breaches of government-imposed health measures, for a daily average of nearly 110 calls.
On the other hand, the Quebec Ministry of Public Security announced on its Twitter account that 1,429 statements of offense were given by Quebec police between January 11 and January 17 for non-compliance with the curfew.