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In a statement released on Sunday, April 5, the City of Montreal announced the closure of parking lots in Mount Royal Park and the closure of Notre Dame Island. These measures are part of the Quebec government's decision to ban all indoor and outdoor gatherings because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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In a statement released on Sunday, April 5, the City of Montreal announced the closure of parking lots in Mount Royal Park and the closure of Notre Dame Island. These measures are part of the Quebec government's decision to ban all indoor and outdoor gatherings because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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Early this year, the western world watched the COVID-19 virus spread from the city of Wuhan through to the rest of China. It took formal notice when the virus leaped to another continent — and landed in Italy. From February 21, according to Johns Hopkins University, that country’s 20 confirm… Read more

As a fellow mom, there’s nothing more challenging than keeping our kids busy during these long school-less days, especially when we have to work from home, too. We’re all looking for activities that will not only keep our children engaged but entertained, too – and hey, maybe they’ll learn a… Read more

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By now we should all be familiar with how we can catch the coronavirus and what we should do to try to avoid catching it. Health officials advise people to wash their hands regularly, avoid touching their faces and disinfect their homes daily to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. For the… Read more

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Dr. Pierre Gfeller, President and Executive Director of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), announced on Friday, Apr. 3, the MUHC has been designated a COVID-19 hospitalization centre. Specifically, the Montreal General Hospital and the Glen Site (adults) of the MUHC are entering Pha… Read more

Sun Youth Organization released a statement on March 25 letting Montrealers know that it continues to offer its emergency services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Although confinement measures coupled with school and daycare closures have created a reduced staff and volunteer situation, Su… Read more

Sun Youth Organization will continue to offer its emergency services throughout COVID-19 by appointment only. With reduced staff and volunteers due to self-confinement measures and school and daycare closures, Sun Youth’s food bank, medication program, fire program and other emergency servic… 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

Most dictionaries define the word “pet” as an animal that you have at home for companionship or pleasure rather than one that is kept for work or food. Traced back to the 16th century, the word “pet” comes from the Scottish Gaelic “peata”, which means “tame animal” and seemed to have evolved… Read more

If a Great Dane or English Mastiff is not your cup of tea and tiny breeds are your thing, the delicate and diminutive Chihuahua may be just the one for you with the smallest actually fitting in your teacup. This breed is perfectly capable of walking but can often be found poking its head out… Read more

Though cats may not be considered as man’s best friend lots of people are actually huge fans of cats. As it turns out these purring animals do not only attract rich pet lovers but also those who are comfortable with the stray ones. With this, the rise of cat food continuously grows as well. 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

A quarantine is tricky, but when you have so much time on your hands, it can make cooking at bit more feasible. We've published a lot of recipes over the years, and here are a few of our favourites that the whole family can help make, as well as enjoy. 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

Groupe AutoForce recently announces the grand opening of their brand-new Hyundai Ile-Perrot dealership, at 2200 boulevard du Traversier, Pincourt. With this new addition, Groupe AutoForce is expanding its product lineup and continuing to grow in the greater Vaudreuil-Soulanges area. 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

Of all the fruit and vegetables home gardeners love to grow, tomatoes top the list. Even though plentiful, local tomatoes fill our supermarkets every summer, impassioned tomato growers — driven partly by the superior taste and sheer variety of this popular home-grown fruit — abound in all co… Read more

Poison Prevention Week (March 15-21, 2020) is a quintessential time to learn about the various potential hazards that can be found in your home – many of which are impossible to detect but can cause serious harm and even be deadly. Here are a few common household dangers along with simple ti… Read more

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Flooding – one of the most common and costly natural disasters – is a situation many homeowners aren’t prepared for. Though it can happen at any time and in any region, the change of weather, snow and ice thaw, and heavy spring rainfall bring an increased risk. Take protective measures to se… Read more