Que. families unable to visit loved-ones due to cemetery strike

Frustration is growing among families who cannot visit loved ones buried at Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery because employees are on strike.

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  1. “Unable to visit loved-ones” is a dishonest title. It should read “Unable to visit the rotting corpses of their loved ones.” I’m sorry, but there IS a difference.

  2. Yes you can. Just force your way in, you paid for the plot and these workers have no authority to stop you. Let them assault you on camera and they all get criminal records and lose their jobs.

  3. Ummm no, it is illegal to block access to anyone whose family member is knowingly buried on public or private land. So, if any family member of the deceased In this cemetery wanted to visit, they could.

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