Tinder is weird, sometimes you open it up and you're bombarded with so many irresistible guys you waste all your "likes" in 5 minutes, and sometimes you get stuck scrolling through an endless sea of left swipes.
Well in case you're stuck in one of those bad streaks we're here to remind you that there are still some pretty hot guys out there and here are some of the ones you should be on the lookout for this week!
So jealous of that window.
Gotta love that smile.
Netflix and chill?
I think we've met before.
He looks so f-ing sweet.
Helloooooooo. The camera loves you ... and so do I.
Cute, but where are you?
In case you're into the hipster glasses.
Un vrai bucheron.
Hot guy + Dog + Beautiful Scenery = Win
We forgive you for the selfie stick.
A Quebec TV star!
No need for that coat.
So I'll just quit my job and we can travel the world together. K?
On June 12, about 100 Shiba Inus and their owners held an exclusive gathering in a small park on avenue Casgrain and rue Bernard as part of Montreal's first-ever Japan Week, a mixture of both online and in-person events that celebrated all things Japanese.
The gathering was hosted by YATAI MTL, a festival dedicated to Japanese food and culture, which launched Japan Week in lieu of holding an in-person event at a Mile End park due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
But that didn’t stop one person from sneaking in what appears to be a beagle corgi mix, though it was quickly spotted and adorably set upon. "Sanji a trouvé un imposteur au rassemblement de shiba," stated one social media commenter.
But don't worry because Montrealers will still be able to enjoy amazing deals on Japanese cuisine, products, and services by following a route of restaurants and shops through several neighbourhoods of the city.
Plus, there is a "mini market" at 51, rue Sherbrooke O. from Thursday to Sunday, 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
And on June 12, there's going to be a Shiba Inu gathering, though prospective attendees are being asked to preregister online for this somewhat exclusive affair.
"You are lucky, my dear Montrealers, because there are plenty of delicious and AUTHENTIC Japanese foods to discover and re-discover in your city!" stated festival ambassador Kuniko Fujita in a news release.
"Come on, accompany me throughout the week and become specialists in Japanese cuisine. To your health, KAMPAÏ."
Japan Week Montreal
When: June 7 to 13, 2021
Why You Need To Go: To experience some of Montreal's best Japanese restaurants as well as some Japanese cultural offerings.
The new schedule will begin with priority age groups.
In the first week, people 60 years old and older will be able to book a new second dose time, starting with those who are 80 or older. In the second week, people aged 35 and older will have priority, starting with those who are 55 and older on June 14.
Finally, the third week will allow people who are 18 and older to make a new appointment, starting on June 21 with those who are 30 years old or older.
So if I already have an appointment for my second dose, can I reschedule?
Indeed you can.
Dubé confirmed that even if you’ve booked your second dose when you went to get your first, you should have no problems rescheduling your appointment.
"No matter what date you had, that you were given for the second dose, you have the right to readjust it," said Dubé.
"People will be able to speed it up," said the minister.
But people will have to do it "correctly" — i.e. wait their turn.
What else did Minister Dubé have to say?
Dubé applauded the success of the vaccination campaign so far.
According to him, 75% of Quebecers already have their first dose — three weeks ahead of the original schedule.
The province is still aiming, according to the minister, to have "75% of the population, by age category, by August 31" fully vaccinated.
The minister also thanked Quebecers for their efforts in getting a first vaccine dose.