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Brazzers already called to see if she wants to do “traditional” porn.
Popular content-sharing platform OnlyFans recently revealed it would soon be banning sexually explicit content to comply with banking partners and payout providers. We asked one of the most famous Quebecers on OnlyFans, Hélène Boudreau, what this news means for content creators like her.
“Effective 1 October, 2021, OnlyFans will prohibit the posting of any content containing sexually-explicit conduct,” said OnlyFans in an email shared with MTL Blog. “To ensure the long-term sustainability of the platform, and to continue to host an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must evolve our content guidelines.”
Nude content will still be allowed, it said, as long it’s in line with the company’s Acceptable Use Policy.
While cooking, fitness, self-care and more exist on OnlyFans, the platform is best known for its sexual content, with fans paying sex workers a monthly fee to access their content.
OnlyFans has not yet specified what “sexually explicit conduct” entails, so it’s still not entirely clear what these changes mean for content creators. The emailed statement said the company would be sharing more details in the coming days.
Meanwhile, sex workers like Boudreau are bracing themselves for what comes next.

“When I heard the news, I was a bit confused and worried. But I knew I would find an alternative if OnlyFans closed down permanently or we couldn’t post explicit images. I’m lucky enough to have saved a lot of money and have several other income streams, such as the MYM platform or webcamming with Jerkmate,” Boudreau said.

“[But] it’s for sure that OnlyFans is my main source of income so it’s a very stressful situation.”

Boudreau said if OnlyFans is no longer an option, she’s considering creating her own website where people could pay to access videos and photos she’s posted using a credit card and PayPal system.

“Otherwise, Brazzers contacted me yesterday and [asked if] I might have thought of going for ‘traditional’ porn. But I have to admit that with OnlyFans, I’m fine like this,” she said.

For the moment, Boudreau said she has no plans to change platforms “because they [haven’t confirmed] clearly that they will remove nudity and porn videos/photos.”

Whatever happens next, Boudreau said she’ll be prepared.
“I am a woman who loves challenges and can cope with any change of situation that life brings me! I think my bachelor’s degree prepared me very well for challenges. I don’t think that after four years of university there is anything that scares me more than school,” she said.
This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.
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It’s a lot simpler than you think!
Anyone who’s planning to visit Quebec after September 1 is probably looking at all this vaccine passport news and is low-key freaking out about their prospects of going to events or eating at a restaurant.
But worry not, nervous traveller. It’s actually a lot simpler than you think. Here’s what you need to know if you’re planning on visiting Quebec and can’t get a Quebec-issued QR code proof of vaccination.
In a statement to MTL Blog, the health ministry explained that “for the time being, people coming from other provinces or countries will be able to present official proof of vaccination issued by the province or country of residence, as well as a proof of identity with an address outside Quebec, in order to have access to the places and activities covered by the deployment of the vaccine passport.”

On its website, the government added that only the following vaccinations are approved in the province: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covishield, and Janssen.
In a nutshell, you’ll have access to whatever activity you want so long as you have a photo ID and valid proof of vaccination from where you live.
It’s that simple! Happy travels, folks.
The NDP leader’s love affair with Quebec runs deep.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has always had a soft spot for Quebec and has made it no secret that he absolutely loves the province. But not just because of the poutine and bagels.
He recently visited Montreal on his campaign trail and caught up with Narcity Québec’s Jean-Michel Claremont-Goulet for an exclusive interview in French.
Le chef du NPD Jagmeet Singh confie pourquoi il est en amour avec le Québec Narcity Québec | YouTube
“The first time I visited Montreal and Quebec City, I fell in love with the province,” the NDP leader recalled. “I’ve never missed a year without visiting Quebec since I was 18.”
Growing up in anglophone cities, Singh suggested he lacked an immersive French experience, but was always attracted to the language and took it upon himself to learn it at school.
“I fell in love with the French language when I was young.”
“I love the culture, the vibe, the feeling — I love Quebec and all Quebecers.”
Singh underlined that he wants to be an ally to the province to create a better society and that he takes this task personally.
“It’s very personal to me, my love for the language and Quebec culture.”
House goals.
You’ve seen them before. Mid-century bungalows tucked among the grand mansions on Westmount’s steep streets.

But this one deserves a second look. Behind the traditional brick facade, this seemingly squat little house for sale in Montreal Island’s most prestigious area hides a striking, modern interior.
Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
The humble bungalow’s transformation is the work of Montreal architect Stéphanie Vallières, who conducted a 12-month renovation on the four-bedroom home, real estate broker Saguy Elbaz told MTL Blog.
Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
Upstairs, an open living, dining and sleek kitchen area looks out upon a comfortable backyard and, below, a dramatic staircase that serves as an architectural focal point.
Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
Themes of light, transparency and blocks of neutral tones guide the eyes through the open spaces and create a cozy environment.
Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
Down the museum-worthy staircase is another living and entertainment area illuminated by natural light that reaches down from the skylights above.
Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
The house is on the market for $3.4 million and comes completely furnished, according to the listing.
Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s

Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
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Saguy Elbaz | Sotheby’s
Price: $3,400,000
Address: 589, chemin de la Côte-St-Antoine, Westmount, QC
Description: A 1955 Westmount bungalow with a beautifully designed modern interior.
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