Quebec Games - no benefits to West Island

Quebec games 2016 will generate $49 million in revenue – none on the West...

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by Rhonda Massad The Quebec games of 2016 will cost $10 million for the agglomeration of Montreal in 2016.  The revenue expected is close to $49 million.  None of the...
Taxi commission policy aims to modernize taxi fleet

Taxi commission policy aims to modernize taxi fleet focusing on customer service and safety

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By Rhonda Massad A public consultation on both the safety of taxi drivers and the development of the taxi industry, in April 2014 was held in response to a taxi...

Freedom is freedom period. The line is the line. There are no grey...

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by Rhonda Massad Religions all have one thing in common, they teach love, tolerance, acceptance and a high standard of goodness.  A belief that human beings should be kind and...
Hudson’s Awakening Cafe offers a place to expand mind, body and spirit

Hudson’s Awakening Cafe offers a place to expand mind, body and spirit

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by Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com The Awakening Cafe is a monthly gathering where more than thirty members can share and learn from others who are on a similar path of wellness.  Each...

Walking the talk Go against the tide

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By Beryl Wajsman Editor-in-chief www.thesuburban.com At this time of year too many of us tend to think all’s right with the world. We believe the advertising, the gimmicks and the statistics. We...
Ian Bos, Teresa Dellar, West Island Palliative Care Residence., Kirkland Teresa Dellar, TC Dellar, Brigitte GArceau

WIPCR’s Teresa Dellar found a void, filled it

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By Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com Dollard resident Teresa Dellar is the executive director and co-founder of the West Island Palliative Care Residence (WIPCR). She is grateful to have had her family’s support...
Heather and Haley go to Dominican Republic

Heather and Haley go to Dominican Republic and give back to youth

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By Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com When one thinks of the Dominican Republic, images of surf, sand and all inclusive vacations spring to mind; relaxing in the warmer climate for a restful week’s...
Laval soldier Franck Dupere gives back

Laval native pays it forward Afghan experience pushes solider to be there for others

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By Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com After a close brush with death in Afghanistan, former Laval resident Cpl. Franck Dupéré has chosen to channel his life into a career as a motivational speaker....

Train de l’Ouest’s brand keeps organization relevant Grassroots group will not waiver in support...

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By Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com It is not uncommon for soft drink and fast food corporations, that rake in millions in profit every year, to still spend millions on advertising ensuring that...
Action jeunesse de l’ouest de l’île Taking hope to the streets

Action jeunesse de l’ouest de l’île Taking hope to the streets

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By Jim Morrison www.thesuburban.com Benoît Langevin, the general director of Action jeunesse de l’ouest de l’île (AJOI), has been a busy man in recent months. The Suburban caught up with him...

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