Responding to a question about whether or not Quebec will remove mandatory masking for fully vaccinated people like the CDC in the United States recently did, Arruda said that "it's coming to Quebec, I don't want to tell you that it's not coming, there will be relief [in] all sorts of activities and measures."
While certain conditions will need to be met, Arruda hinted that officials will eventually move to allow fully vaccinated individuals who are in the same place to "take off the mask and even reduce the 2-metre distancing."
"It's around September that the majority of the population will have [received] two doses," he said.
Of course, no definite dates were given, but the end of widespread mandatory mask measures might finally be in sight.
A family-run business, Le VSL was started in 2019 after being an at-home bakery. "[We] had the idea of bringing a third wave coffee shop to Ville Saint-Laurent where we all grew up and since the opening, we have received tremendous support from the community," JJ, the manager and in-house barista, told MTL Blog.
Le VSL makes all types of drinks, including cappuccinos, lattes, mocha lattes, matcha lattes, as well as homemade cool drinks, like homemade lemonade and iced tea. Plus, they've got amazing bites, inspired by their grandmother's recipes.
But what LeVSL is definitely known for is the birthday latte, made with double espresso, three syrups (white chocolate or condensed milk, hazelnut, and vanilla) and your milk of choice (vegan options included), all topped off with stunning rainbow latte art and sprinkles.
"Birthday latte is not only just for your birthday, but for whenever you want a sweet coffee," Le VSL said.
The duo told us there are even more treats, drinks and surprises coming this summer, and we can't wait to see what else is in store that'll no doubt bring even more (much-needed) smiles to our faces.
Café Le VSL
Address: 753, boul. Decarie, Saint-Laurent, QC
Why You Need To Go: For drinks and treats that are as delicious as they are beautiful.