Dumbest thing I've heard in a while (Canadian Edition):
Quebec reported 1,259 new COVID-19 infections on Friday and 32 more deaths related to the virus.
And while the province remains in partial lockdown, Premier Francois Legault has dangled the prospect that he may lift restrictions on gatherings for four days — between Dec. 24 and Dec. 27 — so people can spend Christmas with their families.

For those who want to read for themselves:
The reward for 'good behaviour' is to set up a four-day free for all (because we already know that people suddenly unrestrained are, well, unrestrained. And have all the sense of a 'nipped-up cat.) Sit back and watch the death rate rise.