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There will not yet be a return to in-person council meetings in Hampstead, notwithstanding the provincial government's allowance of 250-person gatherings with masks and proper social distancing, Mayor William Steinberg told the August council meeting.

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Hampstead’s 14th annual blood drive will be taking place 1:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Adessky Community Centre in Hampstead Park, but this year it will be by appointment only because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Councillor Michael Goldwax announced.

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Montreal’s Italian Week continues until August 23, offering live concerts, comedy and cooking shows, web capsules and activities for all ages, taking the storied Montreal festival virtual for the first time, available to an even greater audience than ever before.

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This past Saturday, thousands of Quebecers marched from Premier Legault’s Montreal office at McGill College and Sherbrooke three kilometres to Maison Radio-Canada in protest against mandatory mask regulations, the stiff fines that go with them, and the possible passage of Bill 61 that would …

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Independent Chomedey MNA Guy Ouellette is tabling a petition next month on behalf of Elizabeth Dufresne-Gagnon. The petition expresses opposition to the sweeping powers of the government’s proposed Bill 61 which would speed up approval of projects and give the government more leeway in reviv…

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A group of Quebec researchers is looking for participants 18 years of age and older currently living in Quebec for a project on the positive mental health (well-being) of the population during COVID-19.

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Snwodon councillor Marvin Rotrand has tabled a motion for the Aug. 24 Montreal council meeting “asking that Montreal recognize the contributions that Dan Philip has made to civil rights and racial equality in Quebec during his more than 40 years as President of the Black Coalition of Quebec.”

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A Quebec Superior Court judge has granted a stay in the application of Bill 40 to English language school boards. The English boards sought the injunction to stop the electoral process in light of their legal challenge of the constitutionality of Bill 40, which replaces school boards and the…

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Quebec Education Minister Jean-François Roberge confirmed Monday that students in grades 5 and up must wear face coverings in common areas, hallways, buses, entries and other school locations, but in class they may remove them.

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Our kitchens and bathrooms play an important role in our homes – once mostly utilitarian spaces, they have become hubs of the household, boasting not only function but form too. Keeping on top of the latest trends, Realisations Pop Design has been infusing kitchens and bathrooms across Montr…

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elgrave Roofing has been a household name in and around the Montreal community for more than 40 years. With three generations of roofers who specialise in brickwork and flat and slope roofing, as well as roof inspection, Belgrave has grown to become one of the Montreal’s leading roofing and …

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Everyone has been affected by the COVID19 outbreak, including our dogs. Not only do they pick up on our overall feelings of worry and uncertainty, but they may also act out because of it. And our pets have had to adjust to a whole “new normal” just as we have – their owners are at home much …