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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…

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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…

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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…

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As of March 29, high school students were told they were going back to in-person school full-time after taking part in a “hybrid” system where part of their schooling was taking place online from home. All high school students were ordered to return to in-class school as of last Monday, and …

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The Société du parc Jean-Drapeau (SPJD) announces on Friday, April 2 the reopening of Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve’s bike path for the 2021 season. Taking advantage of the nice weather to speed up the track maintenance process, the Parc’s staff was able to finish its track-cleaning operations, …

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Kat Maheu is an angel on earth. A Lasalle resident who has been on her own since she was just 12 years old, this single mom of four has endured many struggles throughout her life but has used these hurdles to inspire her charitable work today. “I grew up very poor and there were many nights …

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As the third wave gains strength and increased cases of new variants continue, there remains a sense of calm in senior living communities. I was recently providing a tour at a retirement home to a lovely woman who was looking to transition herself and her husband from their condo. The atmosp…

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Getting ready to file your income tax and benefit return? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a few tips that could save you time and money. For information about online filing, deadlines, and helpful links for the 2021 tax-filing season, visit canada.ca/taxes-get-ready.

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Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal its opened its doors to pilgrims and visitors today oi Friday March 26. This reopening will make it possible to accommodate up to 250 people, depending on the location of the Mass. Believers will be able to reconnect with the celebrations of Holy Week be…

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Événements GPCQM announced on March 24 that the Marathon Beneva de Montréal will be held from September 24 to 26, 2021. The promoter of the Grands Prix Cyclistes de Québec et de Montréal and founder of the Montréal Marathon in 1979, Événements GPCQM is resuming management of the event with a…

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In 1978, Eli Brown bought a health food store on St. Denis with his wife, Doris Brown. Doris, who was an inspiring example of eating well and taking care of one’s health, recently turned 100, becoming a true testament to the fact that nutrition has a huge impact on our overall wellbeing.

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You know the kind of friend I am talking about. The friend who listens with intent to everything you say. You know she’s not looking at her phone when you are talking to her. She’s simply listening to every word. The friend who doesn’t judge you in anyway. You can rant and rave, complain and…

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It has been just over a years since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to re-evaluate and sometimes re-invent the way we interact with each other. From the way we meet to the way we do business to the way we make our regular purchases, COVID has proven itself to be way more than a …