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Carrefour jeunesse-emploi de l’Ouest-de-l’Île and Lachine announced at the beginning of February that its annual ‘Spring Break Job Fair’ to be held on Thursday, March 4 from 1 to 5 pm will be completely virtual.

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The story of Supermarché PA begins in 1989 when Sam and Taso, two Montreal brothers of Greek immigrant parents, bought a small grocery store serving the Greek community in the heart of Mile End’s ethnic neighbourhood at the corner of Parc Avenue and Saint Joseph Boulevard.

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Côte Saint-Luc resident and ardent photographer John Zimmerman ( www.johnzimmermanphotography.ca ) took these photos of his borough’s Trudeau Parc on the weekend of January 23-24 when snow makers were busy adding more of the white stuff to, apparently, make safer community tobogganing and sl…

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I was recently collecting plastic containers for a friend of mine who said that a food bank or pantry or soup kitchen or someone needed them. I wasn’t sure of the details but I was excited to reduce my recycling and pass on containers from yogurt, olives, soup, etc. What a significant reduct…

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Because of the great popularity of winter outdoor sports, the City of Montreal reminded residents on Saturday to exercise great caution by avoiding using frozen waterways.

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It is with hint of sadness, a sigh of resignation and a wee glint in the eye that better times will surely come that the Soulanges Irish Society has cancelled the 2021 St. Patrick’s Parade in Hudson due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The news came in a February 2 press release.

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In a January 18, release, Saint-Laurent announced new record results regarding the value of building permits issued for the territory in 2020. All categories combined, the projects approved by Saint-Laurent's Urban Planning Advisory Committee in 2020 totalled more than $517 million, up $117 …

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Thank you to the Loose Threads Quilt Guild for donating 65 hand-made scrub caps for staff at Donald Berman Maimonides Geriatric Centre. Loose Threads, formed in 2002, supports Jewish charities and organizations in Côte Saint-Luc. Members include Roz Agulnik, Moishe Campbell, Helle Derrick, R…

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From December 25 to January 10, the 52 Renaissance donations centers will be closed and will no longer be able to accept donations from the community. This measure is part of the 18-day lockdown of non-essential businesses announced earlier this week. Renaissance is asking its generous donor…

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Pointe Claire residents Sam Gontier and Cara Di Caprio went all out this year to decorate their home at 163 Broadview Ave. in an effort to bring some holiday cheer to the neighborhood.

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For the eighth consecutive year, Captain Robert Piché will serve as the honorary president of the annual campaign for Oeuvre Soupe Maison (Lachine). Piché — the Quebec airline pilot who, in 2001, famously glided his Air Transat Airbus A330 to a safe landing in the Azores after it lost all po…

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Saint-Laurent residents and employees can now participate in the collective recycling effort by dropping off their personal protective equipment, including single-use masks and gloves, in one of the new Terracyle boxes that have been set up in municipal buildings.