If you love buying in bulk, then you've probably already heard that a business-focused Costco warehouse opened near Montreal last year — and about 70% of the items cannot be found at regular Costco Wholesale stores.
MTL Blog got a look, and there were definitely some items that made us stop and go, "Woah!" followed by questioning whether we'd been shrunk and were now forced to navigate a world made for humans who were giant in comparison to us, à la Honey, I Shrunk the Kids or Downsizing.
Are these products outrageously large? Yes.
Will you feel the need to own them immediately upon seeing them? Maybe.
But, above all, it's just fun to know they've been spotted within a 20-minute drive of downtown Montreal.
Details: This is for those of us who are perpetually disappointed by the lack of parmesan cheese in our fridges to grate on top of our dinners. Never again with this baby... if you can find a fridge it'll fit inside.
A new report from Royal LePage suggests that while Montreal's real estate market might start to cool down, home prices are still projected to increase more overall than any other market in Canada.
The company recorded a 21.7% year-over-year increase in the "aggregate price of a home" ("a weighted average of the median values of all housing types collected") in the Montreal area in the second quarter of 2021, bringing it to $514,000.
Now that the dust has settled on the Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup loss, Habs fans have pointed out that Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy's uniform looked suspiciously inflated in a post-game photo.
And since we all know Habs fans are the calmest and most level-headed hockey fans out there, the question is: did Vasilevskiy really use illegal goalie equipment or is this a nonsense complaint from sad and angry Canadiens fans?
The photo in question, posted on TSN's official Instagram page, shows Carey Price and Vasilevskiy standing face to face with Vasilevskiy looking awfully puffed up compared to Price — from the viewer's perspective, at least.