Latest update: February 18th, 2021

The village of Senneville is still closely monitoring the evolution of the situation with the various government stakeholders and relies on their recommendations to put in place the necessary measures to protect the population.


COVID19-Measures in force 

  • Curfew

Between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. Quebecers must not leave their homes except in cases that justify travel.

  • Travel between regions and cities

    Not recommended (except for essential travel, students, workers, shared custody, freight transportation).

  • Indoor or outdoor gatherings in private homes (house and cottage)


    • visitors from another address


    • one visitor from another address for single individuals (the same person to limit social contacts)
    • one informal caregiver
    • individuals offering services or support
    • labour for planned work

    Single parent or blended families:

    • Two partners who do not live at the same address can see each other, but their children cannot go with them during these visits.
    • A person can stay overnight with their partner but cannot travel between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.
    • Two partners can participate in sports or recreational activities in pairs, but their children cannot go with them.
  • Sports and recreation

    Travel between regions is not recommended.

    Sports and recreational activities (e.g. skiing, ski lessons, snowshoeing, skating, pickup hockey), including guided activities, lessons and training, will be permitted in outdoor public places for individuals, pairs and members of the same household, as well as groups of no more than 4 individuals from more than one household. An individual supervising activities may join in for monitoring or facilitation purposes. Anyone engaging in these activities must respect the physical distancing guidelines.

    The number of people present is determined by the site managers based on the capacity of the facility and allowing for physical distancing measures to be strictly applied and contact between people to be avoided.

    At outdoor sites with controlled access, the number of visitors permitted must be managed.

    At sites with open access, the visitor capacity must be indicated along with a reminder concerning applicable public health guidelines.

    Facilities where participants can get ready (e.g. put on their skates, wax their skis), warm up or eat are allowed to remain open, provided the current health guidelines are strictly respected. Access to locker rooms is not permitted. Wherever possible, participants are encouraged to arrive ready to engage in their activity.

    Indoor activities are not permitted.

    Competitions and spectators are not permitted.

    One person may be permitted to accompany another when necessary (e.g. the parent of a child under 10 years old or the individual accompanying a person with a disability).

    Training for individuals responsible for ensuring the safety of participants engaging in informal activities is permitted (e.g. lifeguard or ski patrol training). However, training activities must strictly respect the physical distance guidelines and any contact between individuals must be avoided.

    Beginning on February 26, 2021:

    • the number of people residing at different addresses who may engage in sports and recreational activities in outdoor public places will increase from 4 to 8. A person with responsibility for the activity may provide supervision or direction. The limit does not apply to people who reside at the same address;
    • swimming pools and ice rinks may reopen. The only activities permitted will be the individual practice of a sport, or a training session for one or two people with an instructor.
  • Teleworking

    All employees of businesses, organizations or the public administration who perform administrative tasks or office work must continue to perform such tasks through teleworking in their private homes or the equivalent, except for employees whose presence is essential for the pursuit of the activities of the business, the organization, or the public administration.


Other long-term measures

Broader police interventions

Offence reports and fines will be issued to individuals who fail to comply with the measures



The COVID-19 Testing Clinic in Beaconsfield has moved to Kirkland
Since January 5

Testing Site Location: 

  • 3212 Jean-Yves St., Kirkland H9J 2R6
  • The testing clinic is in the RioCan Centre, where the Colisée Kirkland is located. It will be to the left of Dollarama, behind Tim Horton’s.

Schedule of the clinic:

  • From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. from Monday to Sunday

Click here for all the details

Level 4 - Maximal Alert (red zone)

As of October 1st, the Montreal region will reach level 4 - maximum alert (red zone) according to the map of COVID-19 alert levels of the Direction générale de la Santé publique du Québec.

Several government restrictions targeting activities and situations where the risk of transmission is considered higher have been announced.

Learn more about the restrictions

Information on COVID-19 and preventive measures

Citizens who have questions about the COVID-19 are invited to consult official sources of information. These sites are updated regularly:

Government of Quebec
Information line (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.): 1 877-644 4545

Regional Public Health Department

Government of Canada 
Government of Canada Information Line on COVID-19: 1 833 784 4397

Info-Santé au 8-1-1

Available resources

Montreal Public Health Publications
The link below provides information and recommendations published by Santé Montréal, Montreal’s Public Health Services. These pages include measures taken by the government, where to access designated COVID-19 clinics, what number to call if you’re experiencing any symptoms, and important information tools:
Regular updates of the number of confirmed cases for respective boroughs and cities can also be found by clicking the link under the heading, “Current situation in Montréal”.


Senneville neighborhood watch
Out of solidarity, the Senneville Neighborhood Watch volunteers are suggesting a support and assistance system between citizens. If you would like more information, we suggest that you contact the Neighborhood Watch coordinator at:

Senneville neighborhood watch

The current events surrounding the Covid-19 can affect all spheres of life. Whether for people suffering from anxiety or mental disorders needing reassurance, for elderly people wondering if they can receive home support during this crisis period, or for legal aid concerning labor law or consumer law, the 2-1-1 team is there to inform and reassure.

211 is an information and social referral service, which, thanks to an easy-to-remember three-digit (2-1-1)telephone number, allows anyone with social needs to find free or low-cost services. 

The service is free, confidential and anonymous. It is available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week, 365 days a year, including holidays.

The 211service is also a website,, which lists more than 5,000 public, parapublic and community social organizations located in the Greater Montreal area, whose mission is to directly help citizens grappling with different difficult life situations.

The Canadian Red Cross offers support and comfort to repatriated Canadians who are quarantined for a period of 14 days. 
Among the services offered, the Red Cross is providing information, meal delivery, safety and well-being support, wellness checks and referrals for mental health needs.
To have access to these services, call 1 800-863-6582.

Public transit

Some frequencies on EXO trains and buses, as well as STM buses have been reduced .

EXO and the STM have implemented additional cleaning measures and invite people to follow the recommended health guidelines.

Visit the EXO and STM websites for more information.


Information on the website in no way replaces the opinion of a health professional. If you have questions concerning your health status, consult a professional.