It came to an abrupt end ... and the Canadians aren't happy ... sorry but need to paraphrase the context of what I've heard on past visits to Montreal, one could say (in French) that they are:
Être en mosus
/ To be furious
French Canadians used to be a fiercely Catholic bunch. Things have changed, but the swear words they use are just riddled with deformed Church lingo. “Mosus” (or “mausus”) is a variation (pretty far-fetched) of “maudit,” meaning cursed, and it’s not that obvious to anyone, even the French, that it implies somebody’s in a bad mood.
https://electrek.co/2016/08/24/nissan-s ... a-model-3/
It was quite an unbelievable deal ... a brand new LEAF for ...
The organization managed to get a significant discount of $8,349 on the LEAF. Both Nissan America and the local dealership contributed to the discount, and combined with both state and federal tax credits, the price came down to a more than reasonable $12,130 USD.