The Ogilvy's Christmas window has moved to the McCord Museum

The Ogilvy’s Christmas window has moved to the McCord Museum

I am a little late to the party on this one but for those of you who didn't get the memo - the Ogilvy’s Christmas window display, a holiday...

Why to Choose Little Rock in AR if You Think of Residential Lots for...

  Big cities can offer you everything you've ever imagined. And by mean, really everything. Except for a relaxed way of living and untouched nature. In finding the ideal place...
Potcakes Turks and Caicos

Potcake pups become part of the Turks and Caicos vacation experience

Potcake Place is a dog rescue charity based in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. Thier mission is: "To reduce the number of homeless potcakes on the island" How it all started... As a...
Sumac, Middle Eastern Food, St- Henri, West Island Blog, Rhonda Massad, Sumac Restaurant, Falafel, Chicken , Kefta, Montreal Restaurant review

Sumac – Middle Eastern food in the heart of St- Henri

Despite the cold winter upon us, and the insane road closures we face this year, Sumac is one of those places that is just worth the drive. Sumac as...
Beauty’s Luncheonette, Brunch, Hymie Sckolnick, Freda Sckolnick, Mish-Mash, Breakfast, West Island Blog, Rhonda Massad, West Island News

Beauty’s Luncheonette

Can you be a true Montreal-er if you don’t brunch on the weekends? Probably not, as brunch has become such a staple in so many of our weekend routines....
Sugar Shacks,Sucrerie de la Montagne,Cabane à Sucre Au Pied De Cochon, Maple Syrup, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, Fun things to do

Sugar Shacks in the West and Beyond

Cabane à Sucre Jean Renaud & Fils Classic sugar shack in a woodsy setting open seasonally for traditional hearty grub, try the maple syrup pie. Address: 1034 Boulevard Arthur-Sauvé, Saint-Eustache, QC...
tulips, international peace, friendship,Canada 150, Ottawa, Tulip Festival, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, News, West Island News

Millions of tulips to represent international peace and friendship during Canada 150

By Rhonda Massad If you have yet to visit Ottawa during the tulip festival, this is the year to do it.  With Canada 150 celebrations underway this festival promises to...
Foiegwa, French Cuisine, Croque Madame, Paris, West Island Blog, News, West Island News, Rhonda Massad, St-Henri Restaurant, Montreal Restaurants

Foiegwa

A few summers ago, I travelled to Paris. Though the experience and the culture were beautiful one thing stood out the most was…. the “croque madame”. If your unfamiliar...
Canadian Museum of History, Canada 150, Hockey, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, Beyond the Wild Wild West Island,

Canadian Museum of History shoots, scores with a major league exhibition about hockey in...

From shinny on small ponds to all-star games in giant arenas, hockey in Canada is much more than a sport. It's a national and personal obsession that brings us...
The Hole Turks and Caicos

The Hole in Turks and Caicos

by Rhonda Massad Located in Long Bay in Providenciales this naturally formed massive limestone 40 foot Hole is on the list of things to see. People can be lowered down...

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