In Québec, le dépanneur is where you buy the stuff that feeds your vice of choice: cigarettes, alcohol, Skittles…
And, in Arabic, “nour” means lumière.
The dépanneur above, serving an Arab community around métro Saint-Michel in Montréal, calls itself dépanneur Nour.
The owner of this dépanneur is obviously offcois:
Above the door, we discover the word dépannour — a playful blend of Québécois and Arabic (a.k.a. arabébécois).