The Sûreté du Québec carried out several interventions in rental cabins near Route 329, in Mille-Isles on Saturday April 17, following reports of people having prohibited social gatherings due to COVID-19 restrictions. More than twenty-six reports of general offenses were issued on the spot during checks in three rental cabins. Those charged were mainly from Ontario.
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