COVID-19
Jane Toller denounces certain actions taken by residents
Article published on 27 March 2020
last modification on 26 March 2020
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During her daily update, the Warden of the MRC Pontiac, Jane Toller, said she was worried to have heard testimonies from merchants, who saw customers not respecting the measures of the government of Quebec.

Among other things, she cited that a resident returning from abroad came into a local store to get a case of beer.

The Warden is asking that convenience stores and grocery stores put in place measures to ensure the health and security of their customers.

Jane Toller’s update is available here.

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