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The Province's instructions in relation to COVID-19 have brought about some significant changes at the municipal level.

  • Gatineau is currently working with its health care partners, with whom it is continuously monitoring the situation.
  • We are in touch the public health authorities in regard to measures to reduce the risk of propagation of COVID-19.
  • As you know, in Quebec, it is the Direction de la santé publique that is responsible for coordinating health care measures.
  • Keep checking this page for updates, information about the impact of the pandemic and answers to your questions.

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Recent updates

Update of June-04-20 at 14:23 – Séance spéciale publique du conseil municipal du 5 juin en téléconférence - Questions de la population

Une séance spéciale du conseil municipal se déroulera le vendredi 5 juin à 11 h 30, en téléconférence. La séance spéciale portera sur le dépôt d'un avis de présentation et d'un projet de règlement qui seront débattus dans le cadre du conseil de mardi prochain le 9 juin.

Media advisory

Update of June-03-20 at 10:01 – Safe environment design for people using rue Jacques-Cartier - Possible further adjustments

Upon the recommendation of Councillor Myriam Nadeau further to her meetings with local residents, Gatineau Executive Committee members are proposing further adjustments to the changes announced on May 22 for the use of rue Jacques-Cartier. The measures are designed to optimize all uses and safety for everyone on rue Jacques-Cartier.

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Previous updates


Impact of COVID-19 on activities and facilities in Gatineau

List of suspended or cancelled activities, activities that are going ahead, facilities that are open and those that are closed.


Government instructions and mental health resources

Government instructions, prevention measures, testing centre and mental health resources.


Frequently asked questions

List of recurring questions about the impact of COVID-19 on municipal life: garbage collection, tap water, the culture and recreation program, shows, Municipal Council meetings and more.


Main assistance programs related to COVID-19

List of programs specific to the pandemic and adjustments to certain regular programs


Celebrating the good

Share your positive comments and kudos for essential employees during COVID-19.




Government of Quebec information line for the public on COVID-19

Government of Quebec information line for the public on COVID-19, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.: 1-819-644-4545 or 1-877-644-4545.

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Centre d'appels non urgents 311

Call 311 for any information or to notify the City of any situation related to the services offered by the City.

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About Gatineau

Recognized for its quality of life, Gatineau is a city of 285,000 inhabitants. It is located on the north shore of the Ottawa River, and extends east and west of the Gatineau River.

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