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For many people, the gym is not just a facility to work out. It is a lifestyle, a community of likeminded individuals with the same goals, a place to relieve stress and anxiety after a long day at the office, a place to find and cultivate your happiness, and of course, a license to eat a wel… Read more

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There was plenty of coming and going taking place in front of Montreal’s St. Paul’s Anglican Church on Saturday April 17. The church, located at 3970 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road in Côte-des-Neiges, was the drop off location for the day-long St. Vincent and the Grenadines Volcano Relief Drive. Read more

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Everywhere one goes in Montreal and probably every other major city, you’ll find a wide selection of fast food restaurants. You see them downtown, in the suburbs, working class areas, the list goes on and on. They’re generally convenient. Sometimes, they are even open 24/7 like McDonald’s or… Read more

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When COVID moved in last March 2020, followed by the first lockdown in April, many small businesses were forced to close and business owners were unsure of what was to come. For some leisure-based companies like bookstores, pool companies and hobby shops, sales came to a sudden halt and then… Read more

Online shopping really simplifies things... it means we can sit on our laurels and, with the click of a button, have almost anything delivered to our front door, from groceries and gifts to school supplies, ready-made meals, clothes, toiletries, or anything else you can think of! It seems to… Read more

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For many people, the gym is not just a facility to work out. It is a lifestyle, a community of likeminded individuals with the same goals, a place to relieve stress and anxiety after a long day at the office, a place to find and cultivate your happiness, and of course, a license to eat a wel… Read more

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Everywhere one goes in Montreal and probably every other major city, you’ll find a wide selection of fast food restaurants. You see them downtown, in the suburbs, working class areas, the list goes on and on. They’re generally convenient. Sometimes, they are even open 24/7 like McDonald’s or… Read more

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There was plenty of coming and going taking place in front of Montreal’s St. Paul’s Anglican Church on Saturday April 17. The church, located at 3970 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road in Côte-des-Neiges, was the drop off location for the day-long St. Vincent and the Grenadines Volcano Relief Drive. Read more

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Eight years ago, the YMCA NDG launched a watercolour group as part of their Rendez-Vous Program for Seniors, which provides accessible programming to seniors for just $20 a year, gaining them access to all kinds of cultural, educational, and artistic activities being hosted by the Y. Read more

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There’s smart… and then there’s Felicia and Gaia Pleszewski. These 10-year-old twins, who live in Beaconsfield, were accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth (CTY), a non-profit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced pre-college students… Read more

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House training older dogs is a more delicate process than with younger dogs. If you are looking to adopt an older dog that was not previously exposed to any house training at a young age, it is going to bring along its bad habits such as chewing, excessive barking, making holes in the yard o… Read more

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The Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) recently shared the results of its 2020 Pet Population Survey. These figures are the result of a nation-wide survey of 3,500 pet-owning households, conducted by Kynetec (formerly Ipsos), and continue historical tracking of pet population numbers on… Read more

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Ah, winter, how do I detest thee? In one day, we go from wearing shoes and fall jackets to hauling on puffy parkas and clunky boots. We are slipping and sliding and walking head first into wind driven, blinding snow and know this is how it will be for the next five months or so. Read more

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Winter is upon us, and with winter come some winter pet hazards. Watch out for these winter problems to keep your pets happy and healthy until the grass starts growing again. Read more

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The Montreal SPCA is launching its annual year-end campaign with a twist: each donation made by December 31, 2020, will be matched. This opportunity is made possible by the generosity the Bryant-Mapes Fund, created by two enthusiastic dog lovers, Floranna Bryant and Dorothy Mapes, who includ… Read more

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Brunello di Montalcino – those words seem to roll effortlessly off the tongue and how appropriate considering how hauntingly delicious, elegant and powerful these wines are. Brunello is classified DOCG, which is Italy’s the highest standards when it comes to wine making. They are one of the … Read more

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Walking into the SAQ can be a bit overwhelming, especially when you have no idea what it is you’re looking for. There has been more than one occasion where I have walked into an outlet, without an action plan for buying wine. “I’ll know what I am looking for when I find it” is what I tell my… Read more

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With the daylight sticking around a little bit longer and temperatures getting into the double digits, it’s the time of year where we appreciate, more than ever, the warmth of the sunshine on our face. It’s also time to start thinking about refreshing wines, ones that fit nicely with produce… Read more

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Lately I have been finding myself opening up a bottle of wine mid-way through the week. It’s not often that happens, but sometimes I just enjoy a glass at the end of the work day and sip on a little something while I cook dinner. When it comes to a weekday wine, I reach for easy-going and ap… 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

Online shopping really simplifies things... it means we can sit on our laurels and, with the click of a button, have almost anything delivered to our front door, from groceries and gifts to school supplies, ready-made meals, clothes, toiletries, or anything else you can think of! It seems to… Read more

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Real estate experts say that curb appeal plays a big role in the selling of a property. Why? Because first impressions are everything. It’s one thing to beautify your home in the summer months, when landscaping and blooming flowers are naturally in abundance and can really help to accentuate… Read more

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So many things have changed since the start of COVID — including real estate. As restrictions on gatherings made in-person property showings more challenging, more and more buyers and sellers relied on digital platforms to streamline the process. It also impacted the way in which agents were… Read more