So much more than just a cup of Joe
Back in April, we did a story on the concept of the suspended coffee. This where you buy an extra coffee at your local café, which in turns offers a free coffee -- or even a sandwich -- to someone in need. It's a practice that's taken root in various cities around the world, including Quebec City.
The CBC's Allison Van Rassel met Luca Albanese when she did that first story, and she joined me again this morning to tell the story of generosity in a Quebec City café and how it affected the lives of two people who didn't really know each other.