For a fifth consecutive week, the Jacques-Cartier Bridge will be closed to traffic on Saturday evening to allow pedestrians to admire the La Ronde fireworks.
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From 8:30 p.m., access to the bridge will be reserved for pedestrians until 11:30 p.m. The closing operation will begin at 8 p.m. However, access will be maintained for emergency services.
“Bicycles will not be allowed on the bridge,” we said in a press release.
For this fifth event of the International des Feux Loto-Québec, it is Canada's turn to be celebrated. The public will therefore be able to admire pyrotechnic feats illustrating the myths and legends of Quebec, such as the werewolf, the White Lady and the blue pig.
"This astonishing narrative adventure, narrated by Bryan Perro, combines the most striking pyrotechnic effects with a captivating soundtrack that will transport the public into a fantastic folkloric world", can we read on the web page of the event.