West Island Activities January 26 and 27, 2019

This Weekend in the West Island

By Daniele Iannarone January 26 - 27, 2019 While it’s been a very cold and snowy week in Montreal, there is no shortage of activities available this weekend in the West...
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Beaconsfield shooting leaves 6 year old and 55 year old man in hospital

A child about 6 years old and a man about 55 years old were shot on Friday, November 9, during the evening on the West Island. According to information obtained...
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Shooting on Beaconsfield-Kirkland border leaves two injured

A child about 6 years old and a man about 55 years old were shot on Friday, November 9, during the evening on the West Island. According to information obtained...
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BEST CANNED FOOD OPTIONS FOR FOOD BANKS

By:Nevine Elchibini When it comes to giving non perishable food items it may be difficult to know just what the most wholesome choices available at the grocery store may be...
Housing Forum

TQSOI to host West Island Housing Forum next November 3

The Table de Quartier Sud de l’Ouest-de-l’île will be hosting its inaugural West Island Housing Forum at the Arthur Seguin chalet, 365 Saint-Louis ave, Pointe-Claire. This is an event to...
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Are people really going without food on the West Island?

by Rhonda Massad The West Island of Montreal is well known for high-quality family living. Waterfront estates, high-end condos, and homes are commonplace. But Senneville, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Baie-D'Urfé, Ile Bizard, Beaconsfield,...

Beaconsfield council to up their salaries by 33% while Kirkland anticipates 9% increase

By Rhonda Massad Beaconsfield and Kirkland councils hope to increase their annual salaries in the coming months. Both cities have mayors are in their elected second mandates and retired from the...
Active Police operation around Beaconsfield High School has kids returning home

Active Police operation around Beaconsfield High School has kids returning home : TUESDAY, SEPT...

According to the Lester B Pearson School Board website as a consequence of an active police operation, Beaconsfield High School is closed to staff and students for Tuesday, September...
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ENERGIE ENCORPS… West Island’s Wellness Sanctuary

Energie EnCorps… Helping You Shine from the Inside Out If you have not yet visited the Energie EnCorps Wellness Centre, this is a definite MUST DO this summer!  Located in...
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One man missing after kayak capsized in Beaconsfield

At approximately 3 pm in the afternoon of Thursday, July 19 a young man aged 18 years old rented a Kayak off the shores of Beaconsfield's Centennial Park. He...

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