Eco Museum, River Otter, Willston

Williston, Zoo Ecomuseum’s River Otter, Forever in Our Hearts

Many of you have come to know and love Williston, the River Otter, over the past four years at the Zoo Ecomuseum. It is with a heavy heart that...
Sainte-Anne-de-bellevue Canal

CLOSED for boaters: Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal

Bad news for boaters as Parks Canada recently announced on August 6, the suspension of the lockage operations along the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal. Due to the risk of breakage of the upper...
marche de l'ouest outdoor market

West Island outdoor markets you should visit this summer

Who said we need to go all the way to Atwater or Jean-Talon to enjoy a good farmers' market? The West Island has some hidden gems with specific days and...
Pointe Claire

Historical mural coming to Pointe-Claire Village this summer

Pointe Claire is pleased to announce that a new mural will be created this summer on the pumping station located at the east entrance to the Pointe-Claire Village, by the...

How West Island community pools are operating this summer season

The pool community has a notable presence amongst many households in the West Island. Whether it's attending swimming lessons or spending Sunday at the pool with the family, the...

Increased risk of residential drownings this summer

Following the drowning of a 3-year-old girl in a residential pool South of Montreal on July 4th, combined with the reduced accessibility of public pools due to COVID-19, it...
Second heatwave

Another heatwave set to hit Montreal tomorrow

Brace yourselves, the second heatwave of the year starts tomorrow, Wednesday, June 17th and will last until Saturday, June 20th. Temperatures are expected to rise 35 and 37 degrees Celcius...
Leisure activities

West Island leisure activity update by city (June 24th 2020)

This is an exciting week for us West Islanders! After consulting several websites, social media, and placing various phone calls, here is the official list of leisure activities that...
How to Start a Summer Garden

How to Start a Garden This Summer

With everything that happened recently, a lot of activities got postponed or even became impossible. You probably missed the opportunity to purchase seeds and start planting in early spring....
Tomatoes, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, Gardening, Containers

4 All Natural Pest Control Remedies For Your Garden

Pests are a big problem for your yard and garden. All the hard work you put into it can be wiped out with an errant deer, rabbit or bug...

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