Poor road conditions have prompted Operation Red Nose to suspend its activities drive home Monday night in Quebec City.
Operation Red Nose wants to avoid unnecessary risks to volunteers. This forced break due to the weather often occurs at least once every year. Foot Patrol Activities will resume on Tuesday.
December and its festivities are well underway. According to the results of the last weekend of Operation Red Nose, 12,823 Quebecers have gone home with the participation of 8741 volunteers.
More than 160 employees of the Corporation of the Quebec Automobile Insurance traveled last Friday the roads of the province at their provincial evening the body.
ONR says it is not too late to volunteer in one of the 60 regions of Quebec, on the road or Central.