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Montréal announces the creation of the Grand Parc de l’Ouest

Maps are changing on the Island of Montreal these last few months.  Flood maps are being addressed across the province and now a bold green push will change, or...

Tree falls on child and woman

Due to yesterday's strong wind, a tree has fallen on a camper in Rigaud, there were 2 people in it at the time. According to preliminary reports, a child and...

Someone Say Humidity alert ? Montreal to experience another heatwave

Heat warning and humidity alerts have been placed by the Weather Network. A warm and humid air mass has been covering Southern Quebec since the last few days. These...
Lake Road Splash Pad

Inauguration of Lake Road Park’s Splash Pad

Many DDO residents came to celebrate the inauguration of the Lake Road Park splash pad, a quality of life project which the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux is very proud of. This...
The Hidden Dangers of Flood Waters, dangers to avoid

Gov agrees to review Flood Map due to push back

In response to pressure exerted by many municipalities in the Greater Montreal area, the inaccuracies of the map representing the 2017 and 2019 flooded territories that was presented earlier...

Taking your Four-legged Best Friend Shopping?

Summer is finally upon us. We get very excited and our positive energy surfaces with no problem at all. Pet owners, like myself, like to take our best friends...
Rhonda Massad, Sheep, Pointe Claire, West Island Blog, West Island News, Environment, Innovative, John Belvedere

The sheep are back in town!! Eco-grazing in Pointe Claire

ECO-GRAZING – THE SHEEP ARE BACK THIS SUMMER AT EDGEWATER PARK! Pointe Claire is happy to have to announce that  Edgewater Park, located along Lake Saint-Louis near Pointe-Claire Village, will...

The Green Patrol serving the citizens of Montreal in order to adopt best environmental...

From June to August 2019, 56 students aged 17 to 30 will meet citizens on the Island of Montreal in 15 boroughs and 5 affiliated cities in regard to...
kayak capsized in Beaconsfield, Rhonda Massad, West Island News, West Island Blog, Beaconsfield, man missi

Canadian Coast Guard Rescue Stations Resume Operation in Beaconsfield

The Canadian Coast Guard is opening its six seasonal rescue stations across Quebec, in Saint-Zotique, Vaudreuil (Lac des Deux Montagnes), Beaconsfield, Longueuil, Sorel and Trois-Rivières for the summer season....

Lawn Equipment: Keep Safety In Mind

Spring has arrived and homeowners are often eager to get outside and spruce up their yards. It’s important when doing so to keep safety in mind. “Before you use a...

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