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Plus de 1000 classes fermées au Québec

Plus de 1000 classes fermées au Québec

Plus de 1000 classes fermées au Québec Elles ne sont pas toujours prêtes à passer au virtuel PHOTO CHANTAL POIRIERJon Gurman, de l’entreprise M4SK Army, a distribué des masques gratuitement aux élèves de l’école secondaire Marymount Academy International, jeudi. DOMINIQUE SCALI   Vendredi, 9 octobre 2020 01:00MISE À JOUR Vendredi, 9 octobre 2020 01:00 Un mois après la rentrée, le nombre de classes fermées au Québec dépasse maintenant le millier, un cap que les directeurs d’école ne s’attendaient pas à voir franchi si vite. • À lire aussi: La vallée du Saint-Laurent en rouge • À lire aussi: «Je ne considère pas que...

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Coronavirus: M4SK ARMY continues to hand out free masks in Montreal

Coronavirus: M4SK ARMY continues to hand out free masks in Montreal

A Montreal businessman is on a mission — in his army-style jeep — to equip people with masks. This initiative came to life to help front-line workers protect themselves, but it has now expanded into handing out masks to the general public. Since February, M4SK ARMY has given out more than 50,000 masks for adults and children. “M4SK ARMY shows up in as many places as we can and we are there in case you don’t have a mask,” said Jon Wayne Gurman, owner and founder of M4SK ARMY. “I wish I had more M4SK ARMY jeeps going around so...

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A local CEO is flagging down front-line workers to give them masks

A local CEO is flagging down front-line workers to give them masks

Don’t be alarmed if you see a U.S. Army jeep driving around the streets of Montreal. It’s just JCorp co-CEO and Montreal-born Jon Gurman on his way to hand out face masks to front-line workers. Since the health-care crisis began, Gurman has made a habit of driving around the city in his jeep, a 1953 relic from the Korean War, and handing out masks on a four-foot-long metal pole to delivery drivers, cabbies, nurses and doctors. “I go and chase them down,” Gurman said. “People see me in this jeep, and they’re amused by it, so they stop to talk...

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The Mask Army collabs Montreal-based esports apparel company to fulfill a need during COVID-19 pandemic

The Mask Army collabs Montreal-based esports apparel company to fulfill a need during COVID-19 pandemic

H4X (pronounced “HACKS), a leading Montreal-based streetwear and high-quality performance apparel brand for esports athletes and enthusiasts across the globe and the Mask Army, are stepping forward during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis and producing washable and reusable face masks. With face masks no longer available on store shelves, H4X CEO Cole Gurman said that his company is reacting to a demand from clients to go into production. “Today gamers are coming out against the coronavirus,” he said. “People simply feel better wearing masks, especially in our current climate. Doctors are encouraging people to wear masks because as a society over...

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The Mask Army and H4X Gives Helping Hand to Struggling Montreal Cabbies

The Mask Army and H4X Gives Helping Hand to Struggling Montreal Cabbies

MONTREAL -- A Montreal streetwear company is trying trying to make the taxi industry safer as drivers cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Champlain Taxi's George Boussios said his company has laid off most of their staff, including dispatchers and bookkeepers. “They just don't have anywhere to go except clinics right now,” he said. “There's no work, there's no school, there's no shopping.” Cabbie Peter Hatzpietros said business is down more than 80 per cent, but he's still working. Under the current circumstances, that comes with a new set of risks. “I suffer from diabetes so I shouldn't be out there...

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