No word on what venues she decided to hit up, which means that if you were out last night and you saw someone dressed up as Edward Scissorhands costume, there' s a good chance you were partying with Lady Gaga herself without even knowing it.
Anne-grig-non. Kemin dé la Coat-Sainte-CaTH-er-in. Autoroot Trans-ca-NAY-di-ANNE. These baffling mispronunciations might sound familiar to any Montrealer in need of directions from a navigation system set to English.
"Only a Montrealer can appreciate this voice recognition error," Reddit user u/mrmdc wrote in the caption of their post, a screenshot showing Google's attempt to send them to "the corner of leisure and lingerie" — a salacious interpretation of the city's boulevards "Léger" and "Langelier."
"I prefer the mistake tbh," u/mrmdc wrote.
The post inspired other Montrealers to take to the comments with their own favourite navigation system misunderstandings.
User u/BaguetteStix's "Boulevard Renay Luhvaysqueue," u/JohnWesternburg's "Roo Hokelaga," u/seanziewonzie's "Roo Gene Tallen West," and u/zuss33's "Roo Day Carey" are some of the most popular offerings.
But u/mrmdc told MTL Blog their favourite has to be u/curry_fiend's "Kemin duh la kote dess nayjess."
There are temps of 30 C or more along with a humidex of 40+ "for at least one hour" or
The temperature is 40 C or higher
"Due to the summer heatwaves and the risks associated with excessive heat, we have taken the decision, in collaboration with the CNESST and the public health authorities, to permit the removal of quality masks in the workplace," said Labour Minister Jean Boulet in a press release.
Once the extreme heat is over (i.e. once the temperature dips below 30 C), it's back to wearing masks outside, however.
As of August 1, Quebec instituted several new COVID-19 rule relaxations including the extension of alcohol service in bars and more spectators in arenas and stadiums.
All eyes were on Jessie Fleming in the second half of the Olympic Women's Soccer semi-final as she stepped up to take a penalty kick. Knowing that a goal could win the game, the Canadian midfielder calmly took a breath and for a moment, time stood still as her spot-kick beat the U.S. keeper and sailed into the top corner.
The Canadian Women's Soccer Team erupted into celebratory pandemonium, swarming their teammate who had just given them a chance to win an Olympic gold medal for the first time in their storied history.
Fifteen minutes after Fleming's penalty kick goal, the Canadians knew that history was awaiting them.
"Our goal was to change the colour of the medal after back-to-back bronze," said Canadian captain Christine Sinclair after the game.
"What a performance, what a fight, I'm just so proud of our team."
With their bitter American rivals out of the way, Team Canada has a date with destiny and the only thing standing in their way is an undefeated Team Sweden.
"We never want to lose to Canada. I don't think I've ever lost to Canada," U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe is reported to have said in a post-game interview.
The Swedes are sure to be formidable opponents. The 2016 Olympic silver medalists outclassed their competitors throughout the Olympic tournament, handily beating the Australians on their way to the gold medal final.
The Canadians have confidence and momentum on their side though and aren't about to roll over for the Swedes.
"Winners win and we're going into that final to get a gold medal," said a confident Team Canada coach Bev Priestman.