Friday, June 25, 2021

AJOI looks to the future to shelter homeless youth on the West Island

PME WI and AJOI partners to plan a Shelter in the WI Since the summer of 2013, Action Jeunesse de L'Ouest de L'Ile has been lobbying  to get attention from...

Beaconsfield suffers water weekly main breaks from November to March

“As such, some residents in Beaconsfield experience coloured water at least once per week from November to March.” Duffield said by Rhonda Massad Beaconsfield celebrated its centennial in 2010, and its...
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Pointe Claire needs artist for second permanent mural

Looking for artists to create a mural in the Valois area  The City of Pointe-Claire is looking for an artist, group of artists or recognized organization to create the City’s...

West Island Mayors vote against Montreal awarding contracts without tender

At the Montreal Agglomeration Council meeting last Thursday, Jan. 28, the new cost saving Labour Standards, Equity, Health and Safety Commission (CNESST) made up of three government groups dealing...

Beaconsfield’s former Esso Station to become townhouses

by Rhonda Massad In a final vote  at Monday night’s public meeting, Beaconsfield city council unanimously voted for Construction Jean Houde to build 22 townhouse units on Beaurepaire drive where...

Pointe Claire installs first permanent drop-off point for polystyrene

Located in the public works lot at 50 Terra-Cotta Avenue in Pointe Claire is the first permanent drop-off point for polystyrene items on the West Island. “This is an exciting initiative...
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PCB’s in Pointe Claire no longer a danger to the public

Between 800 and 1,200 litres of oil containing PCBs were discovered to be  stock piled at an illegal storage facility at Reliance Power Equipment in 2103. Since then the...

Pharmaprix “Growing Women’s Health” campaign raises $30,206 for West Island Community Shares

Last year more than 20,000 West Island women of all ages sought help from the 40 community groups that receive funding from West Island Community Shares. They were struggling...
Kitchen 73 gives back to the West Island

Eating means giving at Kitchen 73

by Rhonda Massad While Kitchen 73 takes pride in their extensive menu that supports local farms it also gives back each year with a donation to a local Quebec charitable...

The Montreal Achievement Centre teaches you how to sell

If you find yourself in a sales or development role, why not join us to hone your skills with our Pure Selling™ program? Pure Selling techniques will be offered on: Tuesday,...