N4N Food drive takes steps to banish hunger on the West Island

N4N Food drive takes steps to banish hunger on the West Island

by Rhonda Massad Hundreds of West Islanders gathered at the Provigo Le Marche in Kirkland to banish hunger on the West Island last Saturday, November 4. The second annual Neighbours...
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Canadian delegation to advance gender equality at United Nations

Maryam Monsef, Minister of Status of Women, announced Canada's delegation to the 61st session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW), beginning on March 12,...
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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...

Smells like a cup at the Trudeau Airport

by Rhonda Massad The "Montréal" of Trudeau Airport displays the colors of its team! Montreal-Trudeau is proud to support its hockey team: since Saturday, the "MONTREAL" on the front of the...
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When the chips were down our community stood united, it’s who we are

I wanted to take a moment to thank each of you for your continued support in the recent flood crisis on the West Island as well as the Montreal...
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You will never believe what Kevin O’Leary’s last act of kindness was…

Rhonda Massad from West Island Blog asks Conservative Party of Canada leadership hopeful, Kevin O'Leary why he wants to replace Justin Trudeau as Prime Ministre,  his position on supply...
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150th Anniversary of Canada – Looking for artists to produce a public work of...

The City of Pointe-Claire is looking for a recognized artist, group of artists or organization to create a permanent public work of art that will be put up in...

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