To eat, and have fun in the furnish this weekend

Pour manger, s’amuser et se meubler ce week-end

The prime minister François Legault has encouraged all canadians to buy locally and online to counter the impacts of the COVID-19. In this column, which will last all the time that the crisis will last, we propose to identify firms near you that could help you get through this period out of the ordinary.

Play online

To help families get through the containment, Randolph Pubs are Fun, and offers a wide selection of board games on its online store. Delivery is free with any purchase of $ 50 or more, and can be carried out in a period of 24 to 48 hours. The game publisher also organizes quizzes in Facebook Live, Tuesdays and Thursdays, led by the comedian and co-founder of Randolph, Norman Love. At 15: 30 for families, and at 19: 30 for adults. “There were close to 5000 participants in our quiz for adults last Thursday,” says the spokesperson Gwenaëlle Salaun.

www.randolph.ca

Packages for golf courses

Salons ExpoGolf has been cancelled in the province of Quebec, the organizers have decided to continue their activities online. But he must do it fast ! Golfers have until Wednesday, April 1, to obtain the packages offered by the golf courses.

The bargains are waiting for you like every year, some courses have even expanded their offers to attract buyers. There will be no expiry date for the rights of the game, the purchases will therefore not be lost. “Because sooner or later, the land will re-open. There will be a golf course, we do not know just when, ” says Alain Duhamel, to ExpoGolf.

golfexpos.ca/en

Selling furniture online

With the temporary closure of its store in Saint-Léonard, Meubles Mega Super Prix continues its online sales. The activities of delivery are maintained and the delivery men take the health measures to be necessary. “The goods is filed to the customer’s door to avoid any possible contacts,” says David Cinelli, owner. Service calls are, however, deferred until may for the time being.

www.megameubles.ca

Chicken Portuguese

The pandemic may hurt restaurants, and Piri Piri Portuguese Rotisserie is no exception, as sales melted by 60% in recent weeks. However, four of its five branches to remain open for take-out orders and delivery. Only the one of the rue Saint-Denis in Montreal, may not offer this service. Piri Piri has appealed to drivers additional to complete his team of delivery and meet the demand. The measures of protection and sanitation requirements have been taken, assured Mr Charles. It is also possible to order through Uber Eats.

www.piripiri.ca

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Buying local has become a priority to ensure the survival of our businesses here because of the crisis of the COVID-19.

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