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While the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro will not be reopening its public pools this summer, the municipalities of Pointe Claire and Sainte Anne-de-Bellevue will be reopening their pools for the summer season, albeit under different circumstances than normal due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic.

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The Shield of Athena, which offers services and shelter to victims of family violence and engages in community outreach, has launched an online art store whose proceeds support the services they provide.

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For a tourist attraction that usually only takes one day off a year, the last four months have been a real long test for the Ecomuseum. But thanks to restrictions by the provincial government regarding quarantine protocols for COVID 19, the zoo is now open to the public.

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With last week’s June 26 marking the second annual National Cancer Wellness Awareness Day, the West Island Cancer Wellness Centre (WICWC) used the day to promote the use of wellness programs in oncology treatments, especially during this pandemic.

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Côte St. Luc Mayor Mitchell Brownstein recommended that residents do cardio exercises outdoors because of COVID-19, notwithstanding Quebec allowing the opening of gyms Monday.

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Côte St. Luc plans to reopen its Aquatic and Community Centre/gymnasium and Samuel Moskovitch Arena by the end of August, according to a June 4 posted city list of facility openings and closings in light of COVID-19. Some information has since been updated.

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New and extensive COVID-19-related “Travel with Confidence” health measures were announced for Trudeau Airport by Aéroports de Montréal on Friday, the result of consultations with provincial and federal health authorities.

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What started off as a way to provide some entertainment on a Friday night during the quarantine turned into a virtual fundraiser that garnered almost $20,000 for area charities, foundations and food banks.

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Côte St. Luc council is holding firm in not repealing its ban on street parking between 3 and 6 a.m., as indicated by Mayor Mitchell Brownstein's response on the issue to several residents at the videoconferenced June 8 council meeting.

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“In order to provide tax relief during these hard times, the City of Dorval has decided to put forth a measure allowing Dorval property owners and businesses to benefit from an additional delay to pay their second tax payment for 2020, without any interest charges until September 1,” explain…

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The Maimonides Geriatric Centre has responded to complaints from residents and their families of their belongings suddenly being moved with little notice as part of patient transfers within the facility, or of lost items and a lack of care for the belongings of residents.

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The borough of St. Laurent has provided details of a $100,000 donation approved at the May council meeting and directed mainly toward food security and needy families via 12 organizations in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.

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What started off as a way to provide some entertainment on a Friday night during the quarantine turned into a virtual fundraiser that garnered almost $20,000 for area charities, foundations and food banks.

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Côte St. Luc resident Cecile Efros Klein, the second oldest person in Canada, celebrated her 113th birthday via Zoom videoconference Monday. She was joined, in person and virtually, by her children, grandchildren, great- grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. CSL Mayor Mitchell Brownst…

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National Blood Donor Week (June 8-14) was an opportunity to extend heartfelt thanks to all donors and partners across the country for their commitment, agility and lifesaving contributions to Canada’s Lifeline during the COVID-19 pandemic and throughout the year.

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Smoking is the best-known risk factor for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a debilitating lung condition that can severely limit a person’s day-to-day activities. But curiously, only a minority of lifelong smokers develops the disease, while non-smokers represent more than 25% o…

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“Although the Dorval population is still encouraged to prioritize online and telephone services, citizens will once again be able to drop by to pay their taxes, request a permit, meet with a commissioner of oaths as well,” said Sébastien Gauthier.

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The pandemic and resulting closure of all public gathering places and performance venues have not diminished the public's desire to gather and enjoy culture in person. As a whole, Quartier des Spectacles visitors are eager to resume normal activities. However, the resumption will be gradual …