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The COVID-19 situation has temporarily dampened our way of living, but it certainly has not erased the fun in Dorval. The municipality has organized several activities and festivities for the coming days, which will surely get rid of your confinement blues.

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The Quebec government recently announced the gradual resumption of activities under the COVID-19-related pause, including the reopening of public pools and playgrounds. While this permission was granted to all cities in the province, the cities themselves are individually responsible for cre…

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“Kovod” is the Yiddish word for honour and respect. The following are my Kovod-19 Awards — in no particular order — for those who have been risking their health and welfare to help us during these trying times:

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The project Les couleurs essentielles was created as a gesture of thanks to all those providing essential services during the COVID-19 crisis. Developed by Paperole, a Montreal publishing company, the project consists of collages of artwork that have been put on display all around the city. …

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In a statement released on April 21, the Board of Directors of the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation made a collective commitment to match every donation made between April 20 and May 1 up to a maximum of $20,000. For example, if you donate $10, the Foundation will receive $20. It also u…

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Cancer doesn’t take a break, even during a pandemic, and neither does the West Island Cancer Wellness Centre. Since March 16, the staff has been working from home to adhere to the physical distancing measures, said a statement released on that day. But within one week the team had a broad ra…

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The Québec response to the COVID-19 pandemic requires seniors 70 and over to self-isolate. These measures make it difficult for this segment of the population to access basic necessities. Seniors with limited or no social networks and no access to the Internet are especially at risk. They ma…