Out on the lonely northern fringes of Quebec City stands Duberger, an anonymous suburb of small sixties bungalows and tall trees. This is a part of Quebec City where mullets and SUVs never went out of fashion. Conservative politicians are always given a warm welcome. But before the bungalows, before Duberger itself (which only got its name in 1964), there was Casse-Croûte Buffet du Nord, Enr.. This restaurant is as historic as they get amidst the sprawling expanses of strip malls, parking lots and gas stations. Locals swear by its legendary poutine, and its legendary toothless beaver mascot, but this legend has not spread much beyond Duberger’s borders.