Monday, October 18, 2021

West Island branch of Meals on Wheels serves up 43,000 a year

They are the unsung heroes of our community Quebec National Meals on Wheels week,  highlights the hard work and dedication of more than 850 volunteers on the West Island, averaging...
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Beaconsfield land use development committee makes recommendations to Council

by Rhonda Massad In a startling contrast to the active participation of residents when recent zoning changes have been proposed in the city of Beaconsfield, not more than 30 residents...

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...

“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...
Doug MacDonald

Meet Your Neighbour – Doug MacDonald

by Kelly Nickerson. Doug MacDonald is VP of Sales and Marketing at CN and spends his spare time as Registrar of the Lakeshore Girl’s Softball Association (LGSA). This busy father...
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Are people really going without food on the West Island?

by Rhonda Massad The West Island of Montreal is well known for high-quality family living. Waterfront estates, high-end condos, and homes are commonplace. But Senneville, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Baie-D'Urfé, Ile Bizard, Beaconsfield,...