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A list of Quebec municipalities postponing Halloween (and some that aren't)

A weather warning for parts of southern Quebec has prompted many municipalities to urge trick-or-treaters to hold off until Friday. We've compiled a (non-comprehensive) list.

Many communities have asked residents to hold off until Friday; others are going ahead despite stormy weather

Pumpkins endure the rain on Halloween Thursday in Montreal. The wind and rain is expected to pick up later in the day. (Ivanoh Demers/Radio-Canada)

A weather warning for parts of southern Quebec has prompted many municipalities to urge trick-or-treaters to hold off until Friday. 

Here's a non-exhaustive list of those asking their residents to go out Friday instead.

  • Montreal.
  • Chambly.
  • McMasterville.
  • Lachute.
  • Varennes.
  • Sorel-Tracy.
  • Mont-Saint-Hilaire.
  • Beloeil.
  • Sainte-Julie.
  • Saint-Amable.
  • Saint-Bruno.
  • Saint-Colomban.
  • Brossard.
  • Saint-Lambert.
  • Trois-Rivières.
  • Longueuil. 
  • Westmount.
  • Magog.
  • Shawinigan.
  • Asbestos.
  • Drummondville.
  • Thurso.
  • Lac-Simon.
  • Boucherville.
  • Cheneville.
  • Val-des-Monts.
  • Pohénégamook (moved to Saturday).
  • Victoriaville. 
  • Lévis.
  • Stanstead.

Here's a list of those going ahead with trick-or-treating Thursday:

  • Quebec City.
  • Pointe-Claire.
  • Vaudreuil-Dorion.
  • Montreal-West.
  • Châteauguay.

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