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Côte St. Luc's property tax will remain the same in 2021 as last year for the average residential home — a house, condo or townhouse, it was announced at a special budget meeting Dec. 21.

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Constitutional lawyer Julius Grey, representing the Family Advocacy Committee of Maimonides Geriatric Centre, filed a formal notice last week calling for residents who have received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine to receive the necessary second dose 72 hours from a week ago last Tuesday.

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Canada has fallen dangerously short in its vaccine response in relation to other countries both in regard to acquisition and rollout. Israel leads the world, yet a Canadian Press report published recently demonstrated that,”...Canada has given at least one shot to more than 193,000 people, o…

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Hampstead council unanimously passed a $27,331,896 2021 budget, including local and island-wide agglomeration expenses — at a Dec. 21 council meeting— last year's budget in comparison was $26,298,242.

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Quebec’s COVID-measure banning the sale of non-essential goods in retail stores has had many consequences on shoppers and stores alike. With the ban, even stores that have been deemed essential cannot sell products that are considered non-essential by the government.

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Anjou Mayor Luis Miranda, Snowdon councillor Marvin Rotrand and Anjou councillor Andrée Hénault, mandated by 30 local community groups, are demanding the purchase of body cameras for police officers.

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A cold winter Friday, January 8 morning during this pandemic could not stop the students of Hebrew Foundation School in Dollard des Ormeaux and their teacher Stuart Cohen from sharing a socially distanced zoom celebration for WWII veteran Willie Glaser’s 100th birthday outside of his St. Lau…

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While the local Society scene grinded to a halt last spring due to the pandemic, it is still nice to showcase the organizations which have worked outside of the box to maintain their goals. The traditional Annual Dinner of the Montreal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM) Foundation, which too…

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The 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Jan. 9-Feb. 8 curfew rules that came into effect in Quebec Saturday to stop the spread of COVID-19 were finalized that day.

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If you didn’t think the school year could change anymore, Quebec Education Minister Jean-François Roberge announced changes and new measures on Friday for the return to class after Christmas holidays.

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Quebec is in a near-lockdown from Saturday Jan.9 until Feb. 8, with curfews established from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. and during these four weeks only essential businesses are allowed to be open, Premier François Legault announced Wednesday afternoon. The fines for violating the curfew will be betwe…

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If you are reading this on a tablet, phone or you are holding the paper in your hands right now, we thank you.

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When the government began shuttering classrooms and schools across Quebec last spring, entire communities scrambled to make sense of what that meant for kids and their school careers. A plethora of services were expected; some networks lagged in the digital shift, even a nominal one, some of…

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“They loved it, they absolutely loved it” says Pierre Archambault. “It” says the Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus (Vimont/Auteuil), was more than a container of homemade pasta sauce. Far more. “It was a visit” he told The Suburban. “This was right after the first lockdown when so many…

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Each Thursday, including Christmas eve and New Years eve as both fell on Thursday this year, a group of people called “ The Sandwich Crew” prepare and deliver hundreds of sandwiches to homeless persons in Montreal every week.