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West Island Community Shares (WICS) announced a record-breaking $1.4 million distribution to the community following its annual fundraising campaign, known as the West Island Solidarity Fund. The Solidarity Fund was set up to provide financial support to community organizations, to meet the …

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Pointe-Claire Mayor, John Belvedere, tabled the results of the municipal administration’s 2020 financial report at a public Council meeting held on May 4th.

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West Island Community SharesDESPITE COVID WICS RAISES RECORD $1.4 MILLION: West Island Community Shares (WICS) announced a record-breaking $1.4 million distribution to the community following its annual fundraising campaign, known as the West Island Solidarity Fund. The Solidarity Fund was s…

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Police are searching for a missing person in Ile-Bizard in the area surrounding Jacques Bizard Boulevard and Des Bruants street, near the Saint Raphael Residence. It is believed he left the residence

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KirklandMAYOR’S 60th ANNIVERSARY MESSAGE: Mayor Michel Gibson noted that March 24 marked the “60th anniversary of the incorporation of our fair city. On behalf of the Town Council, I wish to take this opportunity to thank all Kirklanders, past and present, who, for the occasion, expressed to…

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When the COVID-19 pandemic finally ends and we look back at this very sad period in human history, there will be a few takeaways that will benefit us down the line. Platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams head the list. They have certainly made an enormous impact on my life, notably in my ro…

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Montreal parents got a couple of contradictory emails this week, after it was announced that Quebec teachers were cancelling their second strike.

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Hundreds of Montrealers flocked to Park Extension Saturday afternoon for a demonstration by tenant associations and advocates at Parc Métro to denounce renovictions, soaring rents, and to demand measures from Quebec City such as a registry of leases and more.

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The City of Beaconsfield will participate in a compliance audit on the best management practices for public tendering of municipal contracts, conducted by the Commission municipale du Québec (CMQ).

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With challenges affecting the educational system as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hebrew Foundation School (HFS) in Dollard-des-Ormeaux found a way to work around the measures to provide students and their families with a program to promote a sense of togetherness.

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The federal Minister of Seniors has rejected the criticism by Réseau FADOQ, the country’s largest seniors’ organization, that the Trudeau government budget creates “two classes of seniors.”

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Liam and Olivia are in good company it seems, the two names topping the 20 most common kids’ names in Quebec according to the list compiled by Retraite Québec, which administers the Family Allowance program for almost 900,000 Quebec families.