This Is Why Santa Says "Ho, Ho, Ho"
Want to know why Santa says "ho, ho, ho"? We dug into the catchphrase's origins to find an answer—just in time for the jolly holiday season.The truth is simple: The catchphrase is "used to represent laughter," according to Merriam-Webster. So, when Santa utters "ho, ho, ho," he isn't actually saying anything—he's laughing! Now, you might be asking yourself why Santa doesn't simply say "ha, ha, ha" if he's having a chuckle. Well, the answer lies in his figure. One of Santa's most iconic features is his round belly—and when a person says "ho, ho, ho," the sound is considered to come from the stomach.
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A recycling centre contracted to serve the Longueuil area of Quebec is closing up shop a year after getting financial help from local municipalities.
The company that operates the Saint-Hubert sorting centre, Recyclages MD, said in a statement Tuesday that it could not get sufficient insurance coverage.
Recyclages MD rented the building it operated in, but without proper insurance, the building owner decided to shutter the operation.
All employees and operations will be transferred to other centres in Lachine, Châteauguay and Montreal.
Recycling collection for the agglomeration's residents should not be affected. Half of the recycling will go to Châteauguay, and the other half to Montreal, said Longueuil Mayor Sylvie Parent.
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The agglomeration spent about $5 million last year in an attempt to keep the sorting centre open and operational until 2021.
Parent said that last year, the company told the agglomeration that they were in dire financial straits. The agglomeration re-opened the contract with Recyclages MD in order to give them additional funds.
"It was not an ideal solution," Parent told Radio-Canada's Tout un matin.
The bailout money will not be returned because service will not be interrupted, Parent said, but if there is compensation to be had, "we will go find it."
The agglomeration is working with other municipalities to create a "proper" sorting centre on the South Shore so that they don't need to rely on private companies, she added.
Quebec religious group pleads not guilty after refusing to provide kids' names .
MONTREAL — Leaders of a Quebec religious group have pleaded not guilty to contempt for disobeying a court order to turn over the names of their members' children to the province's Education Department. Members of the Mission de l'Esprit-Saint were present in a Montreal courtroom today as their lawyer entered the plea in relation to two injunctions dated Nov. 6 and 18. A hearing was set for February. A judge had ordered the group to turn over the names and contact information for all children between the ages of six and 16, citing concerns that they're not receiving a proper education.