The President of the popular morning breakfast spot has been found safe following a kidnapping last night (Wednesday, March 8) just north of Montreal.
Nicholas Tsouflidis, the President of CORA, was found on the side of the road, by a passerby, in Laval.
Details are sketchy, but Tsouflidis was reportedly kidnapped and then released and then found.
The motive is still being investigated.
Tsouflidis is the youngest son of founder Cora Mussely Tsouflidou, who opened her first small diner in May 1987 in Montreal.
The chain now counts a total of 130 locations across Canada, including more than 50 in Quebec.
Tsouflidis has been Cora’s President since 2008.
Provincial police are investigating and no details regarding the possible suspect have been released at this time.