Delisle says she's excited to return to "daytime life," admitting that at the age of 50, "at night, the heart is willing, but the body, not so much. Nevertheless, she says she's open to "serious proposals" from anyone willing to buy the business and open shop in a new location. Le , which got its name from its initial address at Sainte-Catherine East, was first opened on April 14, by Delisle's father, France Delisle. Over the years, it has boasted acts that show "appreciation of the male body with or without nudity.
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Owner Annie Delisle, who took over the establishment started in by her father, announced the building she owns on Ste-Catherine St. The club will continue operating through the spring and summer, with new acts and lighting installed to celebrate its 40th anniversary, which it will hit in April. The closure will put more than a dozen dancers and other staff out of a job. There were 75 men at the first audition. Daily lineups for the club, which was open seven days a week from 2 p.