Montreal has the second largest Italian population in Canada after Toronto. Join us for a walk around Little Italy, home to Italian Canadian-owned shops and restaurants, the Jean-Talon Market, as well as the Church of the Madonna della Difesa, built by Italian immigrants.
Quebec’s vaccination passport came into effect September 1, 2021, limiting access to certain non-essential services to those who can show Quebec issued proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Those with a smart phone should download the necessary app as soon as possible. Individuals who do not have a smart phone should print a paper proof of vaccination (QR code) to present as required.
To protect the continued health and wellbeing of our community, as well as to comply with public health requirements, starting immediately Concordia will require a vaccination passport for activities and in locations not directly linked to the university’s academic, research and institutional work.
You will need to show your vaccination passport in order to attend this event, along with a photo ID (student ID card, passport, etc.).
We ask that you do not register for this event if you will not have your vaccination passport by October 2, 2021 to give someone else the opportunity to join the event.