All trick or treat boxes will be delivered on October 30 and they will cost you $20 per box.
And, if you're looking to add a little extra fun to your Halloween at home, the company also sells cool cocktail kits that are definitely worth a taste.
The cocktail kits are $27. Who doesn't love a good mix of drinks and candy, right?
The company is even doing a giveaway that lets one lucky winner get two Halloween kits for free.
For your chance to win, all you have to do is follow Brahm Mauer's Instagram and tag a friend in the post above who you'd share all this sugary goodness with. You have until Sunday, October 25 to enter!
If you're getting ready to hit the job market after high school or cégep or just considering a new career path, these nine jobs in Quebec that don't require a university degree might help give you an idea of some of the opportunities out there right now.
These positions draw from a diverse array of fields and demand varying levels of experience and educational backgrounds.
Note that these job postings will likely disappear once positions are filled.
Case Processing Agent
Salary: $51,538 – $57,643
Company: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Who Should Apply: IRCC is looking to fill its inventory of case processing agents. Applicants need to have either a secondary school diploma or an "acceptable combination of education, training and/or experience."
Who Should Apply: Montreal's Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel needs a bilingual mechanic with knowledge of laundry systems. Applicants need a relevant DEP and credentials, as well as five years of experience.
Salary: Not listed; $23 – $30/hour according to the Government of Canada jobs bank
Who Should Apply: Someone who really loves wood. The measurer (scaler) will "stamp lumber to indicate grade, wood type, moisture level and other characteristics" and "ensure specified thickness, length and width," according to the post on the Government of Canada's jobs bank.
Salary: Not listed; $22 – $30/hour according to the Government of Canada jobs bank.
Who Should Apply: The programmer is responsible for "[developing] tools and functionalities" in the company's software and "[suggesting] and [analyzing] improvements according to the needs of the various departments to lead to effective solutions," among other duties.
Applicants need a relevant DEC and two years of experience.
The Montreal SPCA is not only beneficial to animals but to owners, too. Each story of adoption is helping people add some love to their family and, in return, giving these animals once in a lifetime chances.
Here are some of the most heart-warming of the year.
But be warned: some of these are total tear-jerkers...
Rover was a five-year-old guinea pig who was given the chance of a lifetime when he found not only the most amazing owners to take care of his declining health, but his new best friend, Mars, the owner's other guinea pig.
After the passing of their other guinea pig, it was decided that Mars needed a new little companion to keep him company, so his owner reached out to the Montreal SPCA. The organization said that Rover was the only male available, but would come with some health issues.
"I went to visit him at the SPCA anyway, and I promised myself I wouldn’t impulsively take him home, but I fell in love with him right away, and that’s what I did," said the owner.
Although it took some time for Mars to warm up to his fellow guinea pig, the two eventually became absolute besties and were totally inseparable.
Unfortunately, despite all of the love from Mars and its owner, the difficult decision was made to say goodbye to Rover due to his condition.
But the last three months of his life were made so wonderful and his quality of life was exceptional, according to the vets, with thanks to his fur-ever home and his best friend fur-ever, Mars.
A litter of kittens that were left outside in a box found their new forever homes.
A family found a box of six three-week-old kittens in a box outside of their house with no mother. They took them straight to the SPCA, who said that this is actually more common than one may think, especially in the spring and summer.
Thanks to the Mary Phelan Neonatal Program, a program dedicated to helping foster families of orphaned kittens give the nourishment and TLC that kittens need to get ready for adoption, the babies were taken care of, especially George, who needed a little extra love to help with feeding.
After two months, the six kitties had gained enough weight and were ready to move in with their new families.
George and his brother Fred found a family that was willing to take in the two inseparable siblings.
Brotous and Dixie were each adopted by their respective foster families.
And Lou and Brodie will be moving to a new home, too.
A happy ending for everyone!
A kitty was reunited with his owners after over a year.