Tax Exemption for Salaries of Deployed Canadian Armed Forces Personnel and Police Officers, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, CAF

Government of Canada to Provide Tax Exemption to Deployed Canadian Armed Forces Personnel

0
Recognizing the commitment and sacrifice that Canadian Armed Forces members, and their families, make for Canada when a member deploys abroad, Defence Minister Harjit S. Sajjan, Finance Minister Bill...

Cyril Nader walks off with a gold medal only four years in piano school

0
Tracey Steele Music Academy (TSMA) in Roxboro consistently brings home medals from the Royal Conservatory exams in Toronto each year.  However, this year 17 year old student, Cyril Nader,...
Girl Guides

Girl Guides pancake dinner huge success

0
by Rhonda Massad Lakeshore District Girl Guides pancake supper fundraiser at Christ Church Beaurepaire in Beaconsfield fed more than 225 hungry eaters on March 18, all funds going to the...

Jasmine Sharma wins Hubert Reeves Environmental Award and $1,000 grant in Vaudreuil-Dorion

0
by Rhonda Massad The city of Vaudreuil-Dorion awarded the 2014 Hubert-Reeves prize to highlight the involvement of a citizen to Jasmine Sharma for her positive impact on the environment. According to...

Costco to open in Vaudreuil-Dorion end of summer

0
The long awaited opening of Costco in Vaudreuil has been officially slated by the Harden Group to open at the end of summer 2015.  The 220,000 square foot shopping...

Table de Quartier Sud needs your help

0
One of my fav non- profits is looking for help - Single parents from Southern West Island...... Table de Quartier Sud de l’Ouest-de-l’Île (TQSOI) is planning a focus group discussion...

Special Planning Zone: Pierrefonds-Roxboro denounces the absence of changes in the latest map

0
The Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro denounces the absence of any changes brought to the revised Special Planning Zone (SPZ) map released on December 30, despite the Borough’s numerous recommendations. A number...

Gaspé resident camps out overnight to get first publication of Charlie Hebdo

0
www.thesuburban.com The first publication of Charlie Hebdo since the bloodbath in Paris last week was sought far and wide, with waiting lists and lineups for those eager to get their...

Beaconsfield Councillor not convinced on the long term impact of Tree Azin on the...

0
by Rhonda Massad In their February, public council meeting the city of Beaconsfield voted to puchase more than $400,000 worth of Tree Azin, a class four bio-pesticide, to ward off...
runaways

Preventing runaways this summer season

0
Since the beginning of the warmer weather, the number of runaways in Quebec has increased significantly over a very short period. The reasons why youth run away are complex...

Featured Story

Your Community

X
X