A union representing thousands of food-store employees was meeting with management Wednesday afternoon to figure out how those workers will be able to travel legally as Legault government announced a curfew as part of its lockdown strategy.

The curfew begins at 8 p.m. Saturday. That would leave many employees in supermarkets and distribution centers in a very uncertain position, since a large number of them are employed after 8 p.m. to restock shelves or disinfect stores and other installations.