April 1st, 2021
COVID-19: Targeted emergency measures for certain regions of the province
A new phenomenon has appeared in our region. The rapid and exponential increase in confirmed daily cases of Covid-19 variants in certain regions and city of the province which forced Prime Minister François Legault to announce, at a press briefing yesterday, to put in place targeted “emergency” measures in certain regions of Quebec.
The entire regions of the Capitale-Nationale, Saguenay Lac St-Jean, Outaouais, as well as those of Chaudière-Appalaches and Bas-Saint-Laurent are once again in the red zone after a brief stint in orange.
The cities of Quebec, Lévis and Gatineau, at the maximum red level, are therefore particularly targeted by these emergency measures, including the return of the curfew at 8 p.m. and the closure of schools and non-essential businesses. For these regions, it is therefore a return to the same type of pause and lock-down in January, summed up the Prime Minister. These targeted measures will be in effect from Thursday, April 1, 8 p.m. until April 12. This pause is decreed on the recommendations of public health, said François Legault. Teleworking remains compulsory.
WE CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE TO YOU
Construction and renovation sites remain open. Our Lorendo manufacturing plants therefore will continue its essential activities to honor our commitments and obligations while respecting the sanitary measures in force.
In compliance with the Covid-19 measures in force, our sales offices are open in virtual mode and online. We are available according to the opening hours published on our website via phone, chat, email, virtual meetings (video conferences) and facebook to support you in your project. If, however, you need to visit to one of our sales offices to meet with an advisor for a project, please contact us to make an appointment before arriving instore.
Thank you for your understanding.
We continue to be there for you!
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January 6, 2021
COVID-19: 4-week lock-down. We are open virtual!
Faced with an outbreak of confirmed cases and a worrying increase in hospitalizations, the Legault government considers the situation critical to even serious and must tighten health measures to ensure the safety of Quebecers and protect the health network. As confirmed in his press conference on January 6, 2021, general confinement will be in effect on January 9 for a period of 4 weeks, mandatory teleworking and non-essential businesses closed until February 8. A curfew will also be in place from January 9 to February 8, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
The renovation sector remains open
According to the APCHQ, construction and renovation projects may remain open despite the new measures announced. The manufacturing sector will be able to continue with its essential activities to meet its commitments and obligations while tightening health measures.
We will be in virtual mode!
In a collective effort to reduce the spread of the virus, our sales offices will continue in virtual mode. If, however, contractors and customers must go to one of our point of sales during this period, please contact us to make an appointment before coming in. We will continue to process online requests for quotes and ensure a prompt return within 24-48 hours. We will be available according to our usual schedule via phone, chat, email, virtual meetings to support you in your project.
Thank you for your understanding.
We continue to be there for you and your project, but differently!
To reach us or schedule a virtual meeting:
December 16, 2020
COVID-19: HOLIDAY TIME - IN VIRTUAL MODE
At its press conference Tuesday, December 15, the Legault government informed the province of Quebec that it was putting the holidays on hold from December 17 to January 11, with a view to stemming the second wave of coronavirus spread and reduce the pressure on our healthcare system. To this effect, a tightening of public directives has been implemented according to the specific sectors of activity. Stores will therefore have to close from December 25 to January 11 and the teleworking put in place during this period.
Lorendo will remain open online during the holiday break! Don’t hesitate to request a quotation for your project on lorendo.com during this time. We’ll continue to reply to your online inquiries within 24-48 hours. The Lorendo boutiques will be open until Friday, December 18 at 6 p.m. and will be back, according to the sanitary guidelines in effect, on January 11, 2021!
We wish to thank all our employees who have made our beautiful brand shine this year, a year filled with challenges. Thank you for your dynamism and enthusiasm. We wish you joy, happiness and rejuvenation. We look forward to seeing you again in 2021 for new challenges!
A special thank you to all our customers for their vote of confidence in 2020, a year of exceptional dimension. We have worked very hard to serve you despite the pitfalls that the pandemic has thrown at us. We look forward to serving you in 2021!
Happy Holidays everyone!