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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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Aly Ndiaye, also known as “Webster” gave a workshop on hip hop culture at Pierrefonds library last Wednesday as part of an ongoing international tour where he educates people about ‘hip hop’ history and modern-day culture. Webster has travelled the world for 25 years, teaching history in a p…

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The annual FEZtival of trees was held at the Karnak temple on Sources Boul. in D.D.O. last week, hosted by the Karnak Shriners. The spectacle of trees, each uniquely decorated, brings together families, friends, community members and Santa to enjoy the magic of the Christmas season each year…

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A group of 40 people made up of parents, babies and toddlers gathered at a holiday sing along workshop hosted by “Overture With The Arts” in Pointe Claire last week to practice singing holiday songs. The group of attendees ranged from babies aged four months old to toddlers aged four years o…

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To celebrate Veterans’ Week, the Beaconsfield Golf Club has been organizing Remembrance Day dinners for the last ten years, raising funds for vets.Guest speakers have included people like Dick Pound and John Parisella.

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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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With 2019 coming to an end, The Suburban has been checking in with area mayors to talk about projects for the coming year, tax increases, REM and dealing with city of Montreal’s agglomeration committee.

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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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With the city of Montreal releasing its lasted budget, the ASM (Association of Suburban Municipalities) is demanding that the city renegotiate the payment process between the suburbans and the central city.

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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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The Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) held a public meeting at John Rennie high school last Wednesday to open up discussions on the major school change plan. The meeting was attended by the council of commissioners, the board’s senior administrative team, representatives from multiple g…

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The West Island Mission (WIM) staff and volunteers have been busily preparing the second annual toy give-away as well as Christmas baskets for 250 area West Island families.

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As of March 2020 there will be a new SQDC store on the island of Montreal. The new store is set to open at 1866 Sources Blvd, which at one point was where the Bourbon Street West bar was located.