Latest update: September 23, 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.
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Locations:
- Dollard-des-Ormeaux Civic Centre (12001 De Salaberry Boulevard, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9B 2A7)
The entrance to the vaccination clinic is at Door 5 of the Civic Centre. We encourage users to park in parking lot P2. An access ramp for people with limited mobility is available at Door 5. Monday to Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- Bob Birnie Arena (58 Maywood Avenue, Pointe-Claire, corner of Douglas-Shand, H9R 0A7)
- Centre sportif Dollard-St-Laurent (707 75th Avenue, LaSalle, corner of boulevard De La Vérendrye, H8R 3Y2)
- Gerry Robertson Community Centre (9665 Gouin Blvd. W., Pierrefonds-Roxboro, corner of Sunnybrooke, H8Y 1R4)
COVID19-Measures in force
Maximum of 10 people from different addresses or the occupants from 3 households. When people are 1 m apart, wearing a mask or face covering is strongly recommended for people who do not have adequate protection against COVID-19. For more information, visit the page People adequately protected against COVID-19.
Outdoor (private property) and on balconies
Maximum of 20 people from different addresses or the occupants from 3 households. Physical distancing is highly recommended. If it is not possible to respect distancing, face covering is recommended for those who do not have adequate protection against COVID-19. For more information, visit the page People adequately protected against COVID-19.
Sports and recreation
Since September 1, 2021, people wishing to practice certain recreation and sports have to present their vaccination passport. For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.
Outdoor amateur sports and recreation activities, including classes and guided workouts, are allowed in public spaces for groups of not more than 50 people, excluding officials, staff, and volunteers. Organized matches, leagues, competitions, and amateur tournaments are allowed for a maximum of 500 spectators seated per section at designated seats on terraces or platforms. A maximum of 50 spectators are allowed if they are not seated.
As much as possible, physical distancing guidelines must be respected during sports and physical activities. Participants can come into contact or be in close proximity, if this is done briefly and infrequently. Adaptations specific to certain sports or physical activities may be required to limit the amount of prolonged contact between participants.
One person can be added to the group to give lessons or to act as a supervisor, provided that a physical distance of 1 metres is maintained between the additional person and participants, and that this person wears the protective equipment that CNESST rules prescribe.
- Mesures de prévention par palier d'alerte [preventive measures by alert level, available in French only]
- Tableau synthèse [overview table, available in French only]
Indoors: Amateur sports and recreational activities, including guided lessons and training, are permitted in outdoor public places for groups of no more than 25 individuals from different households, including officials, employees and volunteers. Organized games and matches as well as leagues, competitions and amateur tournaments are permitted. In addition, a maximum of 250 spectators are allowed if they are seated per section at designated seats on terraces or platforms. A maximum of 25 spectators are allowed if they are not seated.
Practice sites must be supervised at all times by at least one individual. This person must be present at the facility or site (with separate entrances and exits, and controlled access) and employed or designated by the site owner.
Access to washrooms and locker rooms is permitted. They must be cleaned and disinfected regularly throughout the day. The number of people allowed to access these facilities simultaneously should be limited so as to allow for a physical distance of 2 metres between individuals from different households at all times.
Sports and recreational events are permitted on a larger scale, with spectators. Please consult the Instructions for festival and event promoters.
The number of people present is determined by the site managers based on the capacity of the facility, allowing for physical distancing measures to be strictly applied and contact between people to be avoided. The maximum visitor capacity must be indicated in indoor facilities.
At sites with controlled access, the number of visitors permitted must be managed.
It is possible to borrow or rent equipment if it is cleaned between each use. The use of personal equipment is still the preferred option.
Teleworking recommended for all employees of businesses, organizations, or government who perform administrative or office work.
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
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.
Citizens who have questions about the COVID-19 are invited to consult official sources of information. These sites are updated regularly:
Government of Quebec
Regional Public Health Department
Government of Canada
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: SQSennevilleNW@gmail.com
Senneville neighborhood watch
SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT
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, www.211qc.ca, 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.
SUPPORT FOR PERSONS IN ISOLATION
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.
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.