Francine Ruel Et Son Conjoint: She is honest and her. Joint author and actress Francine Ruel, one of whose sons was on the streets for seven years, finds it “wonderful” to see the Superior Court find favour in favour of homeless people by granting them at least the exempt curfew up to 8 February.’ She trusted her son’s situation in an interview with TVA Nouvelles. Recently, Ms. Ruel’s son left the street and lives in a little room.
Although she says she is partially reassured that her son has a home, her concerns about him recently have been rekindled by the implementation of the curfew law by the Legault administration.
She says, “He came out of the street, but not out of the woods. It’s not easy to live in the street, but it’s also very difficult to get out.” While the authorities have added shelters or heat stops, “these are hotbeds for all of COVID-19! We can see them because we want to stay on the street and be fearful,” Ms. Ruel said.
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