There are three vaccination sites serving West Island residents While preparations were taking place, the West Island Health Board (CIUSSS) was continuing to vaccinate seniors for the last several weeks. Read more

A walk in the park can also be a walk on hunting grounds in multiple West Island parks. Despite municipalities putting up warning signage to hunters in local parks, they find themselves powerless to enforce safety regulations as the province continues to override the by-laws. Read more

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Even as Quebec is beginning to vaccinate the general population over 70 years old this week, Canada still ranks 43rd in the world in terms of doses given per 100 people, according to the Bloomberg vaccine tracker. Read more

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The news continued to improve regarding COVID-19 between Feb. 18 and 23. Quebec’s new daily COVID cases remained below 1,000, between a new low of 666 and 858, the latest provincial statistics reveal. Read more

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Even as Quebec is beginning to vaccinate the general population over 70 years old this week, Canada still ranks 43rd in the world in terms of doses given per 100 people, according to the Bloomberg vaccine tracker. Read more

There are three vaccination sites serving West Island residents While preparations were taking place, the West Island Health Board (CIUSSS) was continuing to vaccinate seniors for the last several weeks. Read more

A walk in the park can also be a walk on hunting grounds in multiple West Island parks. Despite municipalities putting up warning signage to hunters in local parks, they find themselves powerless to enforce safety regulations as the province continues to override the by-laws. Read more

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A retired psychoeducator from Montreal, Sylvain Villemaire, 59, was convicted of human trafficking. Villemaire travelled to Africa in 2015 where he "bought" an eight-year old girl who he brought home to Montreal and used as a sex slave for three years. Read more

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“Parents and children alike will be happy to know that the City of Dorval has planned many special activities to entertain the whole family from February 27 to March 7,” said Sébastien Gauthier. Read more