Rhonda Massad appointed official Canada 150 Community Leader

by Eva Tomlin It is with pride that Rhonda Massad founder of West Island Blog has accepted the appointment to be one of the Canada 150 Community Leaders. This nation-wide network...
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Le Nichoir saves Fuzz the lost duckling

By Rhonda Massad What do you do if you find a lost or injured bird? One possibility is to take it to Le Nichoir, the non-profit centre in Hudson that...
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Canada Day – One of my favorite holidays

By Rhonda Massad   Yesterday was one of my favorite holidays.  For years Dj (my son) and I head over to Centennial park in Beaconsfield to spend the day.  Yesterday with...
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Missing Children’s Network partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the West Island

by Rhonda Massad Two significant children’s organizations decided to join forces this spring.  Missing Children’s Network and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the West Island (BBBSWI).  The union is just...
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Why I support the Energy East Pipeline – Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor By: Peter Fletcher Safety, the environment and national unity, that’s why I support the Energy East Pipeline project. Pipelines remain the safest way to transport crude oil across...
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Broadway in the West. Don’t miss JAC’s play “Into the Woods”

by Zach Fenlon The Professional Theatre Program at John Abbott College (JAC)  has just opened Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” and it was simply incredible. As a John Abbott graduate...

Being grateful….Through my eyes

By Rhonda Massad There is so much talk about giving thanks and being grateful, that the words have almost  lost their meaning, but not quite. When my children hit a certain...
Turning Fifty Rhonda Massad

I woke up today and I was fifty

By Rhonda Massad When you are a kid fifty is sooooo old.  Do you remember feeling that way.  Having to respectfully kiss the old people hello even though you really...

West Island Palliative Care Says Thanks – Volunteer BBQ

by Rhonda Massad This was my second visit to the West Island Palliative Care Residence.  Well my third, I could not get over the fear the first time I went...
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Beaconsfield needs a fresh start

By Beryl Wajsman, Editor With files from Robert Frank and Kevin Woodhouse www.thesuburban.com “There comes a point in the affairs of governors and the governed where every action of the former excites...

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