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They buy DVDs to watch at home because of specific actors, trusted studios or directors, a bit like coffee table books,” manager Jean-François Paquette explains.
Most clients are men ranging from 35 to 90 years old; some have been coming since the shop opened.
Since then, Somers has made a name for himself and extended the shop three times.
Including stock, Wega Video owns 4,500 adult DVDs; according to its website, the enterprise is now the leader in the Canadian gay adult industry.
Fernand Henley saw the world as a pilot during the Second World War and went on to fly extensively in Canada’s North as a commercial pilot.
His travels are behind him now that he’s confined to a veteran’s hospital near Montreal, two provinces away from his adoring daughter.
“It's kind of like a Facebook Live, like other people can't talk to you or anything.” Although Theoret didn’t contact police about what she viewed on the app, cyber security expert Terry Cutler said she should.
A new employee has just been hired to take up where the last website moderator left off.
“Most people who come here don’t want to use the Internet for pornography or don’t even have a connection.
But the pair has bridged that distance with fibre optics and the video chat service Skype. The Order of Canada recipient and member of Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame prefers to nod along and inject the occasional quip.
While Skype isn’t exactly new technology, it’s recently proven to be a hit at Ste. Many residents have a hard time placing a voice on the phone -- an image provides the full picture. “We see a well-being, (a) general well-being of the person almost immediately,” Ste. The short exchanges made possible by a few clicks are the priceless result of the free online service.