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“In these exceptional times, we all have to take steps to protect everyone’s health and safety,” said John Belvedere. “We’re proud of this collaboration with the CIUSSS that will benefit the entire Pointe Claire and West Island community, and help ensure that this health crisis is soon behin…

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With the MTQ scheduled to replace the St. Jean overpass on highway 40 in Pointe Claire in 2023, the city is asking the provincial government to include a “a multi-purpose crossing for pedestrians, cyclists and people with reduced mobility “ in the new construction.

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Lachine resident, Jeremie Fortier-Grenier, 26, was found guilty last Friday of first degree murder causing the death of his father Richard Grenier in 2018. The court determined that the murder was carefully planned.

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With the provincial government easing some restrictions for public outings for the March break including indoor pools, the city of Dorval reopened its Aquatic Centre and Sports Complex as well as Westwood Sports Centre.

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On day one of the new travel measures ordered by the federal government, Montreal Airport looks like a ghost town with a testing center set up boldly in the arrival section just a few meters from the entrance doors. The arrival section is protected by heavy security with nearly two dozen off…

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Pointe ClaireGIFT CARDS FOR ACTION:As a way to get their residents physically active, the city is offering gift cards from area businesses for families who get out, or stay in, and keep moving.Participants are encouraged to log their minutes of fitness and activities that can include “cross-…

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A year ago at this time, the society scene was still intact before the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down indefinitely. As a result so many events have been cancelled, including Sammy’s Valentine’s Gala which raised much needed funds for SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy Canada). In fact, sin…

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“As part of the relocation of a storm sewer in Kirkland, we must proceed with a complete closure of a portion of the service road on Highway 40 West, between Houde and Jean-Yves streets, this weekend,” said REM spokesperson Emmanuelle Rouillard-Moreau.

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Dollard-des-Ormeaux COUNCILLOR GAUTHIER PASSES AWAY: The flags at Dollard-des-Ormeaux City Hall are flying at half mast to honour the recent passing of longtime councillor Colette Gauthier. “It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of our dear friend and colleague, Councillor Col…

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"It's a great honour to be recognized among Montreal’s top employers, especially in this particular year where the COVID-19 pandemic has put the economy on hold, disrupting the daily lives of organizations and undermining the mental health of the community,” said Patrice Boileau.

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A group representing social welfare recipients had a Saint Valentine’s letter for decision-makers.

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A snow sculpture project that began at the end of January was completed in Dorval. Five sculptures featuring "Jet", the official City of Dorval mascot, have been created throughout the Dorval territory, by artist Alex Girard as part of the Winter Festival.