COVID-19 a lot of families are going to have to spend the summer in Montreal, and as you know, it can get very hot and uncomfortable and we still have to keep our two-metre distance,” said borough mayor Sue Montgomery.The borough wants people to use the space on shared streets for “ball games, family picnics or drawing with chalk.” Montreal to convert some streets to help pedestrians, cyclists get around amid coronavirus lockdown Pedestrians and cyclists will have priority but cars will still be able to use the roads but will have a 30 km/per hour speed limit.“Signs and barriers at the entrance of these areas will encourage cars to drive with caution,” read a press release by the borough.The borough has identified five areas where there
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