Monday, October 18, 2021

Someone Say Humidity alert ? Montreal to experience another heatwave

Heat warning and humidity alerts have been placed by the Weather Network. A warm and humid air mass has been covering Southern Quebec since the last few days. These...
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Canada’s Plastic Ban: Say goodbye to these 6 problematic plastics in 2021

At the end of 2021, Canada will join the ranks of over 35 countries around the world who have already taken action by banning certain single-use plastics, including the...
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Saint-Laurent Ecocentre – New Recycling Centre Accessible to Pointe-Claire Citizens

The City of Pointe-Claire would like to inform citizens that a new recycling centre, the Saint-Laurent Ecocentre, is now available to all residents of West Island, to replace the...

Dorval adds Polystyrene pickup to waste management

HHW and ICT Waste Pickup on April 16 New Addition This Year: Polystyrene Pickup  The City of Dorval will hold a household hazardous waste (HHW) and information and communications technologies (ICT)...
Toxic Cloud

Supreme Court asked to rule in billion-dollar toxic cloud case

By Robert Frank www.thesuburban.com More than a decade after a cloud of toxic sulphur trioxide drifted across Montreal, lawyers have gone to Supreme Court of Canada to seek justice. Chantal Desjardins, one...

Tree falls on child and woman

Due to yesterday's strong wind, a tree has fallen on a camper in Rigaud, there were 2 people in it at the time. According to preliminary reports, a child and...
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All West Island cities forced to take the green out of garbage

by Rhonda Massad Municipalities across the West Island must prepare compulsory waste management reduction plans to be submitted to the provincial government by 2016. Landfill sites are reaching capacity on...
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POINTE-CLAIRE CONTINUES TO DEVELOP TERRA-COTTA PARK

In partnership with the Fondation Hydro-Québec pour l’environnement and Nature-Action Québec, Pointe-Claire continues to develop Terra-Cotta Park The city of Pointe-Claire, is pleased to announce that the development of Terra-Cotta...
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Pointe Claire brings eco-grazing sheep to take care of grass cutting

Pointe Claire is thinking out of the box this summer. Expect to see a group of six sheep as part of an eco-grazing project at Edgewater Park, located along Lake...
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Forty new trees planted at MacDonald High thanks to Tree Canada

by Rhonda Massad Last week,  40 trees were planted at MacDonald High School in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue due to the support of a $3,000 grant from Tree Canada sponsored by Bureau En...