For its fourth annual Casino Night, AJOI (Action Jeunesse Ouest de L’Île-Bizard) is hoping to raise $50,000 for the Ricochet Project, a homeless shelter to be built in the West Island to provide local young people with safe shelter.
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.
The Director of Criminal Prosecutions announced last Thursday that it will not pursue any charges after the report by the Bureau of independent investigations (BEI) following an incident where a man was shot and injured by police officers in D.D.O. on February 25, 2018.
The town of Baie-D’Urfé received approval for building a soundproof wall along Highway 20 from the Quebec transport ministry (MTQ) after several years of deliberation. Approval from the government for the proposed project is pending.
The city of Pointe-Claire is applying a new measure named “Zone 50” to reduce traffic surrounding its three train stations. The zone applications will come into effect on March 9, 2020.
Montreal firefighters battled a blaze in freezing weather early on Saturday morning at a house located on Westpark Blvd. south of Pierrefonds Blvd. in response to a 911 call received at approximately 1 a.m.
Established in 1978, Hudson’s Manoir Cavagnal is the only Royal Canadian Legion-owned seniors residence in the province that provides housing for veterans and seniors with lower incomes and little or no retirement savings.
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.
Now that winter is upon us and the holiday season is a pleasant memory, several West Island municipalities are preparing their annual winter festivals to delight the young and young at heart.
In early January, the Lakeshore General Hospital’s ER had the distinction of being the most overcrowded emergency room service on the island of Montreal, operating at over 200 percent capacity.
I think it is safe to say that so many radio listeners miss the voices of Natasha Gargiulo and Freeway Frank since they were let go last summer by Virgin Radio. But for the past week and until Jan. 26 fans can see Natasha up close and personal in her new role as an actress in the presentatio…
It was ten years ago that the Charles-E. Frosst site in Kirkland, that housed the massive Merck Frosst campus, saw its leading agency leave with a developer purchasing the expansive grounds in 2012.
This coming weekend, driving will be a challenge for motorists on Highway 13 and 40 as the MTQ has announced the interchange of both highways will be closed this weekend as well as the service roads.
The city of Montreal’s standing committee on economic and urban development and housing has been holding public consultations throughout various boroughs to address the growing empty storefronts and try and solutions on how to improve the situation.