Jews hold virtual Chinese nosh

It’s something of a Jewish tradition to have Chinese food on Christmas (that photo is misleading, being from a previous year) while the goyim celebrate the religious feast. CTV’s report is a little less rosy, saying not all restaurants benefit from the tradition.

Churches can only admit 25 people for services. This meant handing out tickets for the mass implied to be at Notre Dame on the eve. The text doesn’t say it was Notre Dame, but many parishes would stretch to get 25 people in, so presumably it was.