Saturday, December 4, 2021

Rise of homeless women a growing reality in Montreal

by Kevin Woodhouse While this past Sunday was International Women's Day, a disturbing trend is taking place within Montreal as the number of homeless women, many of them middle aged,...

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

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...

Final RBC Valentine’s breakfast raises $35,000 for 38 West Island charities

For the 14th and final year, RBC has again raised a handsome amount towards West Island Community Shares annual fundraising campaign.  The more than 400 breakfasts served at St....

VOBOC grants wishes to cancer patients all year long

"I hope that you continue making other peoples dreams come true as you have made mine." Maither said Venturing out beyond our cancer (VOBOC) granted a special wish to Kristin...

Dollard’s David Ballas takes on Quebec’s pot holes

Dollard des Ormeaux’s David Ballas came up with a solution to the treacherous pot hole problem facing us all for his grade nine science project at West Island College...

“Batshaw has proven to be very good neighbours so far” BCA says

Beaconsfield Batshaw campus, which will house 24 youth in an open setting is scheduled for occupancy this summer.  In late January, a tour of the shell of the building...