|The name of the company means|
"late night" in French, although
literally it is "bed late."
The logo here is for a Canadian convenience store chain, "Couche-Tard" which I was happy to see on Sunday night when we didn't get a chance to get dinner before seeing a theater production in Quebec.
|Claude Montminy, one|
of my interviewees.
Also because I love that logo. It means "Canada" to me as much as maple syrup or Justin Trudeau.
I've interviewed several Canadians for the upcoming podcast and it should be a pretty good episode.
I was excited to get a chance to speak French too, and I even asked Claude Montminy, a native francophone, one of my interview questions in French, namely: "Pourquoi tu-es devenu dramaturge?" ("Why did you become a playwright?")
Although most people, even in Quebec City, speak English as well as French and will switch to English in a heartbeat if you sound at all anglophone.