After the construction holiday comes to an end, the city of Baie d’Urfe will be installing its newly purchased Pumptrack and will be inviting feedback from residents.
“What took 15 years to build up came crashing down around us and so we went into treading water and solution mode as we became a brand new business again,” said Jim Beauchamp.
“This new clinic will enable the CIUSSS to continue with its efforts by making testing more accessible to people closer to home,” said Lynne McVey.
The two year Combined Jewish Appeal Community Recovery and Resilience Campaign was launched last Thursday evening, with more than 500 people tuning in to a special Zoom video presentation. Co-Chairs Mitch Garber and Jonathan Wener announced that their goal is to raise $100 million.
In late May, the city of Dorval re-opened its library through non-contact library loans, allowing readers to pick up reserved reading material via an appointment.
As of Thursday, July 16th and moving forward, West Island residents who want to get tested for COVID 19 can do so without an appointment at a new walk-in clinic established in Beaconsfield.
The Montreal police released its Police Arrest Policy last week, a first in Quebec. The policy establishes clear guidelines to prevent unfounded or random arrests, in response to the need for transparent guidelines in the arrest process.
At the special June sitting of the Lester B. Pearson School Board Council of Commissioners meeting, a resolution was passed denouncing racism and the board is setting up the Task Force on Equity and Inclusivity that will be chaired by Dr. Myrna Lashley.
For regular users of the Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge, it is deja vu all over again. Starting last Monday and going until next spring, there is once again more repairs being down on the structure.
When the new look and significantly slimmed down Denis Coderre announces his plans to run for mayor of Montreal again, prominent local restaurateur Ted Dranias says he wants to sign up to be a candidate in NDG. Dranias not only has his three Petros Taverna restaurants operating in Westmount,…
While the province will mandate that bars close at midnight in an effort to stem the spread of COVID-19, Annie’s sur le Lac in Sainte Anne-de-Bellevue has temporarily closed.
Last spring, West Island Community Shares raised $1.3 million to help its various community organizations remain financially solvent in order to keep helping area residents in need.
Until Friday, Aug. 7, the city of Dorval is partnering with Commerce Dorval for a local campaign encouraging residents to support area businesses through the “I Buy Local for Dorval” initiative.
When the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown started in March, Matthew Ross was among those impacted. The Canadian customs brokerage firm he was handling digital media for had to lay off many staffers and he was one of the casualties.