A ceremony was held at the January Côte St. Luc council meeting to accept CSL resident and graphic designer Assaf Havilio's donation of his new book I Love You In Every Language, 10 years in the making, to the CSL Public Library. The book, available on Amazon, explains how to say, pronounce …
Côte St. Luc council passed a resolution at last week’s public meeting ensuring it will have a “seat at the table” in current talks between the City of Montreal and Canadian Pacific regarding the long-awaited Cavendish link between CSL and St. Laurent.
D’Arcy McGee MNA David Birnbaum will be honouring Côte St. Luc resident George Nashen, 96, with the National Assembly Medal at the annual D’Arcy McGee Citizenship Medal ceremony June 1, Birnbaum’s office announced.
West end boroughs and municipalities are about to hold their respective winter carnivals and related events in the next month. Here are the times and places for the ones announced thus far.
The borough of St. Laurent is holding a public consultation from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday Jan. 30 at the borough hall on Marcel-Laurin Blvd. to discuss the issue of vacant commercial spaces on commercial arteries.
Kirkland resident Glen Crossley pleaded guilty to manslaughter last September after a brief altercation with Albert Arsenault, a 70-year-old man, at Bar Station 77 in LaSalle in fall 2016, turned deadly.
In a greater metropolitan area where a four and a half room apartment can easily cost over $1000 per month, recent news about a historically low vacancy rate is beginning to worry thousands of local seniors who are left to wonder how and where they’re going to live for the rest of their lives.
While some might think there’s no such thing as “a good death,” others believe that with a minimal amount of work, there could be such a thing as an easy death. To that end, St. Raphael’s Palliative Care center has already opened its doors in a renovated church on the eastern tip of Côte des…
The multi-award winning Côte St. Luc Dramatic Society’s (CSLDS) latest production, commemorating the current “roaring ‘20s,” is the 1922 two-act Hollywood satire Merton of the Movies, being presented at the Harold Greenspon Auditorium, 5801 Cavendish Blvd, for seven performances from Feb. 12 to 16.
The team at the Jewish National Fund Montreal always thinks outside of the box. Such is certainly the case for their own distinct version of the hit CBC TV program The Dragons’ Den. Next Monday night at Evo Montreal downtown, five teams of Montreal’s most promising entrepreneurs will have th…
Two hundred and eighty years after Louis Hurtubise first built the house that would become his family’s home for more than two centuries, Professor Stéphane Côté made sure that the 20 boys and girls who make up his sixth grade class in NDG’s École St. Raymond got to understand that history i…
Hampstead councillor Michael Goldwax and his son Brandon will be honourees at Héma-Québec’s foundation gala, being held March 25, the councillor announced at the town council meeting last week.
The mall redevelopment fever that has hit the island of Montreal, resulting in changes to the Eaton Centre, Place Ville Marie, the Wilderton Shopping Centre and the planned construction of the massive Royalmount Shopping Centre in TMR, seems to have also hit the City of Côte St. Luc.
According to the city’s tri-annual investment program, the Plante administration intends to spend $17.5M on plans to remodel and restore the city’s mountain-side park before going ahead with its intention to spend a further $70M to re-build the Camillien-Houde road during their next mandate.
The Honourable Senator E. Leo Kolber, a prominent businessman, philanthropist, politician and leading member of the Montreal Jewish community, died last Thursday after a battle with Alzheimer’s Disease, just a few days before what would have been his 91st birthday.
The borough of St. Laurent issued a record number of building permits in 2019 — a 53 percent increase ($138 million) from the year before, for projects totaling $398 million.