The post went on to say, "It is with deep sorrow that we inform you of the death of a young skier, which occurred at the resort this afternoon."
According to Bromont, the skier fell to his death while at the mountain on December 30.
As it says on the mountain's Facebook post, "A fall was the cause of this accident which was fatal for a 14-year-old boy."
"Our very sincere thoughts go out to the family."
"Please join us in giving them a huge dose of love."
Bromont told MTL Blog, "According to the initial observations, the young man found himself in an underbrush after a loss of control and fell. However, it is not known if there was a collision with a tree or a rock."*
In a press release, Bromont wrote, "The Bromont Police Department is currently conducting an investigation in order to shed light on the situation surrounding the circumstances of this accident."*
Our province is home to some beautiful mountains that get packed with snow once winter hits.
And if you're already planning your skiing adventures for the 2021-2022 season, Casino En Ligne's new ranking of the "Top 9 Ski Resorts Quebec Has to Offer This Winter" may help you narrow down where you want to go.
The Top 9 Quebec ski resorts to check out this winter according to Casino En Ligne are:
It comes with little surprise that Tremblant won the top spot. As Casino En Ligne put it, "Mont Tremblant is a great skiing location for those of any level of experience whether a seasoned skier or beginner. The renowned resort has over 100 trails in total; 22 easy, 31 difficult and 49 very difficult/extreme. Mont Tremblant has been voted the top ski resort on the East Coast of North America."
Before we know it, it'll be time to hit the slopes again.
In Quebec, a vaccine passport is required to access many businesses and activities deemed non-essential, including restaurants and bars.
"The endless parade of lawyers and conflicts with the landlord leaves us with no other choice but to leave the building," the post reads.
"It’s with heavy hearts but incredible memories that we’re moving on to greener pastures. So much love and thanks to our clients, staff, friends and family for all the support over the last decade."
Whether or not it's the end of the road for Le Bremner remains to be seen. The post asks patrons to "Stay tuned" and says the restaurant is "eager to share the next part of our journey with all of you."
Either way, Hughes' gastronomic influence in Old Montreal remains intact with Le Garde Manger, which reopens on June 10.
In its Instagram post, the shop said Frank & Oak "[continued] to promote this shirt on [its] Instagram page even after we had expressed our disagreement."
The family-run flower shop is a beloved Mile End spot with its signature colourful storefront and iconic owner, Tamey.
"Larger businesses that use small local businesses, like ours, to further their own agendas while ignoring the wishes of communities is not something we choose to align ourselves with," the Instagram post continued.
Dragon Flowers said it was "this lack of respect for our voice and space" that led it to write to its followers on Instagram.