About 15 opponents of the health measures demonstrated Sunday afternoon in front of what they believed to be the residence of Premier François Legault in Westmount.
“I don’t think it infringes on his privacy. He is not invading our private lives,” defended Edith Tremblay, one of the protesters.
Even though the law requires the wearing of masks during demonstrations, no one had put on a face covering. However, the police, who outnumbered the participants, did not make any arrests.
After a few minutes, the protesters calmly dispersed.
This is not the first time that anti-confinement activists have taken this kind of action. Last October, about the same number of people gathered outside the home of the National Director of Public Health, Dr Horacio Arruda.