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West Island Firefighters join together to benefit flood victims

By Rhonda Massad Captain Yann Lefebvre from Station 51 out of  Sainte Anne de Bellevue Fire Department thought it would be a great initiative to do a boot drive to...
Over 200 volunteers lend a helping hand to flood victims during Big Clean-up Operation in Pierrefonds, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, Flood 2017, News

Over 200 volunteers lend a helping hand to flood victims during Big Clean-up Operation...

On May 27, over 200 volunteers took part in the Big Clean-up Operation, organized by the Borough, in order to come to the assistance of the spring flood victims....
Municipal taxes and financial assistance for properties affected by the flood, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, Flood 2017

Municipal taxes and financial assistance for properties affected by the flood

MUNICIPAL TAXES Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue property owners affected by the recent floods (spring 2017), in areas located on the shores of, or around Lac des Deux-Montagnes and Lac St-Louis, could be eligible...
Flood Resources Help, #mtlflood2017, Rhonda Massad, Paola Hawa, Ste. Anne De Bellevue, Garbage, Sandbags

Big Clean-Up Operation in the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro on May 27!

The Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro is organizing a Big Clean-Up Operation on May 27 to clean up the properties affected by the flooding over the past few weeks. By May 27,...
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When the chips were down our community stood united, it’s who we are

I wanted to take a moment to thank each of you for your continued support in the recent flood crisis on the West Island as well as the Montreal...
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Mosquitoes have taken full advantage of floodwater

by Rhonda Massad According to the Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory, there are two kinds of mosquitoes, floodwater mosquitoes, and still water mosquitoes.   I noticed the rise of mosquitoes in...
Ste. Annes. Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, Mtlflood2017, Flood, Ste Anne De Bellevue, Paola Hawa

Water expect to remain stable, free legal aide and financial assistance for Ste. Anne’s...

An update from the City of Sainte Anne De Bellevue LAC ST-LOUIS The water level is still high but stable and should remain high for the next three weeks according to...
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Clean up in Ste. Anne’s Today – plus free legal aide

  CLEANUP AND SAFETY Volunteer Sandbag Cleanup: There will be a cleanup activity for Saturday, May 20th at 7am to pick up only the sandbags used to build the protective dikes....
Living In Company, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, #mtlflood2017, Flood, Housing

The Living/in Company matching flood victims with vacant homes on a temporary basis

By Rhonda Massad In a time of confusion and anxiety caused by the devastating flood that ravaged the shores of Montreal and the surrounding areas this past week, The Living/in...
Beware of untrustworthy services being offered during the flood clean-up, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, flood, flooding, clean-up

Beware of untrustworthy services being offered during the flood clean-up

By Doug Smith (Project Mgr, Trillium Dev Group) The ongoing crisis brought about by the flooding of undeniable historic proportions should serve as a stark reminder that we should never become...

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