People claim McDonald’s knows something we don’t after opening store in middle of nowhere without electricity

Being one of the most famous and most wide-spread chain of restaurants, McDonald’s is the first choice of many when it comes to fast food.

Most of its restaurants are located in populated areas. Well, nearly all of them.

Recently, McDonald’s sparked controversy after someone noticed they are opening a restaurant at a remote place with no electricity at 8075 Avenue Marcel-Villeneuve in Saint-François, Laval, Quebec.

“Officially open for business. Our staff awaits you at our new restaurant at 8075 Marcel-Villeneuve, Laval,” the restaurant wrote on Facebook.

McDonalds’ Jéremy Lévy shared the excitement over the new location, saying: “I am delighted to be involved with the community of Saint-François on the occasion of this opening. Growing up with a father who is also a McDonald’s franchisee, I have had the opportunity to see him actively involved in the communities in which he operates his restaurants.

“Today, I am very excited to follow in his footsteps and get involved in the same way.”

“Amazing Grace” performed by 200 bagpipes brings audience to tears

This rendition of “Amazing Grace” demonstrates the wide spectrum of emotions that music may arouse. People can see the light that does exist in this world and find hope again with the assistance of the video we’re sharing below.

A lone singer is the focal point of the opening scene, which features over 200 bagpipers. The quiet passages gradually give way to his solo performance of Amazing Grace, a soft, baritone song. As he sings each song into the reverberating arena, his voice is mesmerizing. Many more said that his last note chilled them to the bone and brought them to tears.

The song was resumed by a lone bagpiper after the singing finished. playing “Amazing Grace” on the bagpipes at the same leisurely tempo as the singer had adopted. Everyone’s attention moved from the vocal performance to this musical interpretation of the well-known hymn, and the spotlight beamed down.

After an enthralling bagpipe version of the song, more than two hundred bagpipers joined in for the song’s second stanza. Viewers were able to observe the pride and stoicism on each performer’s face as the camera panned between several angles of them. The song’s impact was increased by the bagpipes’ incredible volume.

And the show wasn’t finished even after all of this. The baritone voice began to accompany the bagpipes as another verse began, lending vocal accompaniment to the song’s final sections. Performers surrounded each other with brightly lighted torches as they slowly made their way inside. Amazing visual effect as the camera gave an overhanging view of the performers.

Following the performers’ performance, the audience applauded and clapped. With the same grace as when they had entered, the people holding the fiery torches turned around and left the stage. To allow the audience time to process the powerful performance they had just seen, the mood stayed solemn.

With over 1.5 million views and an abundance of positive comments in the comment box, this beloved hymn gives many people courage and faith each time it is sung. It serves as a reminder that despite our differences, solidarity is essential to navigating these unsettling times.

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