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Cimon ruled that a real person must provide evidence that the machine is in working order, and that there's proper signage in the area.
Plans to expand the program were announced in 2015.This report reflects the conditions at the time they were evaluated.* Monday, April 17 was the last skiing and riding day for the 2016-2017 season.Thank you to have been with us this winter and we hope to see you again for another snowy season."I think they are attracted specifically to the highway because it has open, grassy fields nearby which is perfect for hunting their favourite prey, which is small rodents," she said."They like to get a good lay of the land and the high lamp posts or other posts that they can perch on while hunting just suits them perfectly." Frei says snowy owls breed north of the Arctic Circle, where they hunt in the summer.Discover all the activities at the mountain and in the region to plan your next vacations.
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Transport Minister Robert Poëti tweeted about the owl early Thursday morning, and the province later released video footage.
According to Barbara Frei, the director of the Mc Gill Bird Observatory, this young female was probably looking for a place to perch.
But he said this ruling creates a precedent that could see thousands of people successfully challenge photo radar tickets.
Speaking to reporters at the National Assembly in Quebec City Wednesday, Transport Minister Laurent Lessard said photo radar is designed to make roads safer and it's "here to stay." Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée said the government is reviewing the decision and may file an appeal.
A Quebec court decision this week in which a justice of the peace ordered a photo radar ticket thrown out calls into question the future of photo radar in the province.