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Concerned about the impact of airport activities on neighbouring communities, Aeroports de Montréal (ADM) launched an app last summer enabling residents to obtain information about aircraft flying over the Greater Montreal area.

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There is never a reason to drive impaired under the influence of drugs or alcohol and the SQ has announced it will be increasing the number of roadblocks during the holiday season. There is some controversy as it will be the first major season since the elimination of the reasonable cause re…

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At one of at least two events marking the Ethiopian Jewish holiday of Sigd, local community members took part in a special reception at the Segal Centre Nov. 27, organized by the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) in collaboration with the Réseau des entrepreneurs et professionnels …

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As expected, the town’s dismal traffic problems along Jean Talon are bound to get worse — a lot worse — over the next year with no end in sight until the beginning of another new year in 2021.

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More patients, budget cuts and lack of new hires are putting patients’ health at risk according to a survey of institutional pharmacy technicians conducted by the province’s largest health care workers union. The Federation of Health and Social Services (FSSS-CSN) unveiled the results which …

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The McGill IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) Research Group held its annual “Laugh Your Butt Off” fundraising event recently at the Oscar Peterson Hall in NDG, featuring popular American standup comedian Orny Adams as the featured performer. A total of $282,236 was raised to provide state of …

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Based upon this year’s capital works program, the city’s administration is well on its way to paying down a lingering "infrastructure debt" that’s become a major concern over the past few years. Aside from the approximately $20 M that the city now expects to spend on its regular infrastructu…

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The growing number of fraudulent calls this fall is so alarming it has prompted the Montreal Police to issue an advisory on avoidance.

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The 2019 Tongue in Cheek Ball Hockey Tournament took place last weekend at Le Rinque in TMR, raising $5,000 for the Head and Neck Oncology Department of the Jewish General Hospital. That brought the four year total to $27,000. Organizer Erik Heft, who was diagnosed and successfully operated …

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The 2019 ORT Montreal Ted Wise Gala for Jewish Education will take place on Sun. Dec. 8, 9 at Place des Arts, with a cocktail dinatoire followed by the show. Honourees this year are community leaders Jonathan Goodman, Jeff Hart, Dean Mendel and Gideon Pollack while the featured performer wil…

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Hampstead residents voted in a referendum Sunday overwhelmingly against a proposed 10-storey apartment complex project at 5781-5783 Côte St. Luc Road, where many people of modest incomes live.

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“He has touched many people by his generosity, professionalism, integrity, dedication through his many activities and during a rich and successful career. We can never forget,” said Mayor Jim Beis.