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While the provincial government has authorized the opening of summer day camps as of June 22nd, the city of Kirkland will not be going ahead this summer with its day camp program.

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On first glance, it looked like Boxing Day on Monday as Montreal stores facing onto the street reopened downtown. As expected, there was a long line headed into the Best Buy store on Ste. Catherine West at about 12:15 pm. Some waiting in line told me they had been waiting for a half-hour to …

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Fourteen years after Meadowbrook Pacific paid $3 million for the massive green space that’s still being used as an inner-city golf course, Canada’s Supreme Court put an end to the developer’s $44 million lawsuit when the court announced that it refused to hear the company’s case against the …

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During an extensive interview with The Suburban, Québec Liberal leader Dominique Anglade said Liberals are still the voice of a modern Québec “...because we’re the party with the ideas and the vision,” that Québec needs to preserve and define its place amidst the rest of North America. As sh…

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This past week, it was some of the Sainte Anne-de-Bellevue merchants and businesses who stepped forward to help feed staff at the Lakeshore General Hospital.

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The Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) and Promise Gluten Free partnered to donate a variety of gluten-free products to Food Banks Canada and Second Harvest. The gluten- free products will be distributed in twenty food banks and community-based agency locations Canada-wide. 

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“In the current state regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Dorval will be distributing masks, free of charge, to Dorval residents age 70 and over, as well as to those with a chronic disease or with a weak immune system,” said Sébastien Gauthier.

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While tennis courts in municipalities are opening back up to the public as part of the province’s gradual reopening of society, there are hygienic measures that need to be adhered to.

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As fundraising organizations try and make the best of a very bad situation during this COVID-19 pandemic crisis, Autism Speaks Canada has come up with an innovative way to keep their annual Dog Walk intact. The key word in today’s world is “virtual” and that was the way to move forward in th…

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The Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) is currently looking for 300 health professionals and workers in Quebec to participate in a unique study on the “ Factors associated with burnout in Quebec health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: an observational study”.

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During this period of concert cancellations due to COVID-19, music lovers can stay in touch with the OSM and classical music. The section on the OSM website is updated regularly with new content right HERE.

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The Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) is currently looking for 300 health professionals and workers in Quebec to participate in a unique study on the " Factors associated with burnout in Quebec health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: an observational study”.

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The Montreal police department is urging the public to report instances of domestic violence, especially during the COVID-19 crisis, as there are reports of increases as many women and children remain confined to their homes with potential abusers.

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At its May council meeting, Mayor Paola Hawa and her council passed a resolution seeking that “the same level of policing service be provided to its residents as is provided to the citizens of the City of Montreal and its boroughs.

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Schools on the island have been delayed until the September opening, which was a wise choice. Parents did not seem overly confident sending their children to school and educators had worried that there was not enough time to prep for the new normal of having only 15 students per class, sched…

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The Bialik High School Caring Caravan, made up of Secondary V students, volunteered their time Friday to help vulnerable seniors in Côte St. Luc during the COVID-19 crisis. The Bialik students and parents worked in conjunction with the Nellie Philanthropy Foundation. The caravan started at t…

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Linda Legault retired last year and is a volunteer for West Island Citizen Advocacy. She cares for two elderly women aged 88 and 97. The additional challenges she faces due to the restrictions imposed by the government for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 raised concerns for her and …

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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. …