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Ulrich Planer
Notes Le Bonhomme Sept Heures ('The Seven O'Clock Man') is a character from the folklore of French-speaking Canada, most prominently Quebec. The character is commonly depicted wearing a coat and top hat and carrying a sack, in which he would place children who were not asleep by 7 o'clock, effectively fulfilling the role of 'bogeyman' within French-Canadian culture.

The Farine Five Roses sign has been an iconic part of Montreal's skyline for more than 70 years and has been designated a protected architectural feature by the local borough.