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You know what I’m talking about. Everyone has them. Some people have many and some people have too many. Some have just a few. It’s kinda fun to have a conversation about everyone’s pet peeves. It’s a happy exchange, because it’s usually really silly stuff. Read more

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The 2020 Vision Gala was a resounding success. It was a marvellous evening full of laughter, excitement, elegance, and the celebration of leaders in the black community. As the evening began, over 200 decked-out guests filled the Omni-Hotel, enjoying cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and apprecia… Read more

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On Valentine’s Day, whether you’re planning a romantic outing, a date or simply an activity with friends, go out and have a good time at the Stewart Museum. As part of the evening, outdoor enthusiasts will be invited to snowshoe along the trails of St. Helen’s Island — in the dark. Equipped … Read more

While some of our furry friends are perfectly content hanging out solo during the day, others can really struggle. In fact, sometimes as our pets age they start to resent or even rebel against the solitude. Read more

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You know what I’m talking about. Everyone has them. Some people have many and some people have too many. Some have just a few. It’s kinda fun to have a conversation about everyone’s pet peeves. It’s a happy exchange, because it’s usually really silly stuff. Read more

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On Valentine’s Day, whether you’re planning a romantic outing, a date or simply an activity with friends, go out and have a good time at the Stewart Museum. As part of the evening, outdoor enthusiasts will be invited to snowshoe along the trails of St. Helen’s Island — in the dark. Equipped … Read more

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If sipping rum punch by the water’s edge sounds better than trudging through the snow, you’re in business in The Bahamas. Less than four hours in the air from Montreal, take the plunge with nonstop flights aboard Air Canada and Sunwing to the capital city of Nassau and the popular Out Island… Read more

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WE Day, an inspiring youth empowerment event and celebration of social good, returned to Théâtre St-Denis for WE Day Montreal, bringing together thousands of students and educators from across the province united to celebrate world-changing actions. Read more

Deprived of sunshine and stressed by our cold winter months, weakened by infections, colds, Gastro, Sinusitis, and a lingering cough, you are beginning to feel terribly worn out. The end of winter is possibly the most taxing period of the year. Read more

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The 2020 Vision Gala was a resounding success. It was a marvellous evening full of laughter, excitement, elegance, and the celebration of leaders in the black community. As the evening began, over 200 decked-out guests filled the Omni-Hotel, enjoying cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and apprecia… Read more

West Island Seniors Group meets weekly at community center and is seeking new members. Chair yoga, make new friends. For more information please call 514-796-7285. Read more

Located on the first floor of the Lachine Hospital, just down the corridor from the ER, Le Café, which opened its doors in October 2019, serves a variety of coffees and beverages, as well as breakfast and lunch, to hospital employees and patients. Delicious muffins, croissants and cookies ar… Read more

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For the 35th consecutive year, Sun Youth Organization announces the return of the Avi Morrow New Bicycle Distribution event. These bicycles will be handed out to youths whose actions have had a positive impact on their community or have shown extraordinary courage when facing exceptional cir… Read more

CTV News Montreal and Global Montreal (TV) were at Dawson College on Feb. 3 for the Social Science Week presentation by Bradley Heaven and Daniel O’Connor about their unique friendship and how they work together to improve life for people living with disabilities. Brad has non-verbal spastic… Read more

For the 35th consecutive year, Sun Youth Organization announces the return of the Avi Morrow New Bicycle Distribution event. These bicycles will be handed out to youths whose actions have had a positive impact on their community or have shown extraordinary courage when facing exceptional cir… Read more

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WE Day, an inspiring youth empowerment event and celebration of social good, returns to Montreal to celebrate thousands of extraordinary youth and educators from across the region. WE Day Montreal will feature world-renowned speakers and performers side by side with real-world stories of inc… Read more

While some of our furry friends are perfectly content hanging out solo during the day, others can really struggle. In fact, sometimes as our pets age they start to resent or even rebel against the solitude. Read more

They have their telescopes trained on us and are watching our every move. Of course, you know I’m referring to extra terrestrials who have nothing better to do than study our little beleaguered planet and our questionable behaviour. But right here on Earth, in your very own home, you are bei… Read more

Let’s start by talking about the kidneys for a minute. The kidneys are responsible for maintaining normal concentrations of salt, water, calcium and phosphorous in our pet’s body. This vital organ also helps control blood pressure and encourage red-blood cell production. In addition, the kid… Read more

As many humans tend to move away from meat-based diets and focus on other dietary alternatives, becoming vegetarian or vegan has moved into the pet domain as well. It’s a touchy and very personal subject with proponents for both sides squaring off and believing their choices for their pets a… Read more

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, formerly Burma, is the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia and due to a common mispronunciation, many people will argue that the Bernese Mountain Dog — or Burmese Mountain Dog as they will say — originated there. In fact, this glorious breed was b… Read more

It’s not always easy to find the perfect place to live, a place where you have all the space and amenities you need, where you feel secure and are in pleasant surroundings and above all, a place you can afford. As a baby boomer, I lived in a modest but comfortable childhood home with a decen… Read more

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The first day of September might be Labour Day to most, but to an increasing number of foodies, it’s becoming synonymous with Day One of the annual Le Burger Week. Held September 1-7, participating restaurants in cities across Canada and the U.S. create a special burger just for the occasion… Read more

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Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited (CTC) announced ton January 15 that 90 of its retail locations will host electric vehicle (EV) fast charging stations by the end of 2020. These stations will make CTC one of the largest retail networks of EV fast charging stations in the country. Working to… Read more

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Ile-Perrot Toyota and Mazda 2-20 Ile-Perrot stand out by winning an important Canadian award. The two Groupe AutoForce dealerships have reached the top 25 Best Car Dealerships to Work For in Canada. A list that includes only four Quebec dealerships. Read more

When you buy a new car it starts depreciating as soon as you drive it off the lot. There are plenty of old cars with relatively few miles — under 100,000 — that have been very well cared for and still have a lot of life left, considering that the average car on the road today is close to 12 … Read more

According to a report released yesterday (January 15) by Sotheby’s International Realty Canada (sothebysrealty.ca), Canada’s two largest top-tier metropolitan real estate markets rallied in 2019, gaining steady traction throughout the year. After a tentative start to 2019, the Greater Toront… Read more

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The holidays often mean hosting guests at your home and keeping up with your own household plus extras can be draining. However, a little planning can go a long way — in helping you prepare as well as saving your sanity. Here are some ways of getting your home ready for guests so you can enj… Read more

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Move over neutral ceramic and stone. The year ahead will see trendy homes outfitted with tiles and slabs that feature bold colours, luxurious patterns, surprising textures, unique shapes, metallic and lacquered finishes, richer veining and floor-to-ceiling wrapping. That’s the message of ind… Read more

An estimated three million Canadians have one, and they have emerged as the single largest contributor to the growth of household debt in Canada. Yet many consumers do not appear to fully understand how they work. No, we’re not talking about credit cards or car loans. We’re talking about hom… Read more

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Buying a home is probably the biggest purchase of your life. It’s a time when you’ll want to get things right and not miss any important details. Use this list to make sure you are doing what you need to be doing to protect yourself and your family from costly surprises in the future. Read more