West Island Blues Festival raises funds for worthy causes

Generous attendees donated almost half at the gate   By Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com   By the time the Rick Johnson Blues Band had taken to the stage at the West Island Blues Festival, any...
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Beaconsfield residents complete the Spartan Sprint

By Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com   Beaconsfield residents Jennifer Alcorn and Caroline Laforest joined thousands of people recently who took on one of the toughest obstacle courses put on by Spartan in Mount...

Kirkland’s Mini-Olympics set for 28th edition

By Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com   The city of Kirkland needed 32 volunteer coaches aged 15 and up to ensure that the municipality's long running kick off to summer event for the kids,...

Agglomeration council awards more than $400,000 to Montreal-based charities

By Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com   The Agglo council, which consists of the city of Montreal and the demerged cities, awarded $408,000 to Montreal based charities.   The charities include, Moisson Montreal which received $178,000,...

Beaconsfield to match TD Green streets grant

By Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com   “The 75 trees being planted in Fresh Meadows will hopefully encourage citizens to plant more trees on their own properties,” said Andrew Duffield, director of Pubic Works...

Gluten-free group teams up with Provigo Le Marché

By Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com   For the first time ever, Provigo Le Marché located at 4849 St. Jean Blvd. in Pierrefonds is allowing an allergy free cooking class for kids six to...
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PJ Party for West Island Palliative Care Residence raises close to $10,000

  By Rhonda Massad www.thesuburban.com   More than 250 guests attended the newest fundraising event put on by the West Island Palliative Care residence on May 28, at the Chateau Vaudreuil Pavillion.   The pajama...

Lachine doctor representing handicapped woman worried about bill becoming law

  By Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com While the provincial government is poised to make Bill 52 "Dying with dignity" a law, Dr. Paul Saba and 48-year-old Lisa D'Amico, who has been handicapped all...

Public mothers’ milk bank now operational under Héma Québec

  By Rhonda Massad   Héma Québec has opened the first mothers’ breast milk food bank in Quebec. As of May 20, infants born extremely prematurely have had access to donated breast...

Last Post ceremony commemorates the fallen

By Rhonda Massad   Colonel Denis Thébeau, CD, A de C, Commander of 35 Canadian Brigade Group and representative of the 2nd Canadian Division, was the guest of honour of the annual Commemorative...

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