What are our Quebec players doing?

In this unusual year, the players of the Canadian Football League, who had their season canceled, have also had to reinvent themselves, like many other people in society. Over the next two days, in a weekend when the Gray Cup game would normally have been scheduled, we present to you the stories of Quebecers who discover a new passion, who fulfill a dream or who fill their curriculum. vitae in anticipation of their post-career. Good reading.

His teenage dream come true

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Pandemic requires, Patrick Lavoie is back to his plan A, 17 years later. “I wanted to be a firefighter before I became a football player,” said the man who lifted the Gray Cup in 2016 in the Ottawa Rouge et Noir in a 39-33 overtime win over the Stampeders. Calgary.

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Make a new team together

Teammates in the university ranks, receivers Marco Dubois and Étienne Moisan are once again within the Breton Tradition 1944 company, a leader in the Quebec agrifood industry, where they were hired in the human resources department.

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Félix Faubert-Lussier uses his arms wisely

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Félix Faubert-Lussier put his manual skills to work by getting into real estate during this season spent away from football fields.

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An enriching experience

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Even if he had tamed teaching thanks to a substitute job at the end of his first season in the professional ranks in 2015, Christophe Normand discovered a whole new facet of the teaching profession due to the cancellation of the teaching season. the CFL.

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