Thursday, April 25, 2024
Dragonboat, Tiger Lillies Pointe Claire, Rideau Canoe Club, Ottawa, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News

Winning season for Pointe Claire’s Tiger Lillies Dragonboat team

by Rhonda Massad Last Saturday, 32 teams competed at the RCC Dragon Boat Race Festival held a the 10th annual Rideau Canoe Club in Ottawa. Pointe Claire's Tiger Lillies dragon...
Canadian Canoe Polo Team Julie Brisson

Pointe Claire athletes cleaned up in 2019 – go world in several categories in...

Pointe-Claire’s athletes had a great end of year during diving and canoe polo competitions. Winter National Diving Championships Several athletes from the Pointe-Claire Diving Club achieved podium success at the Winter...

Galchenyuk takes Big Brother and Little Brother on all expense paid trip to Winter...

by Rhonda Massad It all started with a phone call from Francesca Corso,  Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the West Island (BBBS) to big brother Mark Hopkins. ...
OLYMPIC,PARALYMPIC GAMES, Pointe-Claire,Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, Athletes, Autographs, Pointe Claire Dive Club, Pointe Claire Canoe Club

Come and meet our elite athletes who participated in the Olympic and Paralypic games

The City of Pointe-Claire is pleased to invite residents to come meet the elite athletes from the Dive and Canoe clubs who participated in the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic...
Quebec Games - no benefits to West Island

Quebec games 2016 will generate $49 million in revenue – none on the West...

by Rhonda Massad The Quebec games of 2016 will cost $10 million for the agglomeration of Montreal in 2016.  The revenue expected is close to $49 million.  None of the...
The Red Chairs, Canadian National Parks, Canada 150 Celebrations, West Island Blog, Rhonda Massad, News, West Island News, free national parks pass

Visit Canada’s red chairs for the best views in the country

In 2014 the park rangers of Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, had an idea. They placed 18 red chairs in different locations in the park. Hikers were able to...

Lakeshore Soccer Girls take the 2019 Granby Championships

In a spectacular display of talent and sportsmanship over the entire season, the Lakeshore FU-11 Division 1 wrapped up a season of incredible wins. The team took home the...
Canadian Museum of History, Canada 150, Hockey, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, West Island News, Beyond the Wild Wild West Island,

The Tinordi Situation

by Dustin Kagan Fleming Jarred Tinordi was drafted 22nd overall back in 2010 by the Habs. The team was clearly hoping for that big powerful defenseman that coaches and GM’s drool...
POINTE-CLAIRE, ATHLETES, CANADIAN CANOE CHAMPIONSHIPS, West Island Blog, Rhonda Massad, Competition, Canoe Club

47 POINTE-CLAIRE ATHLETES WILL PARTICIPATE IN CANADIAN CANOE CHAMPIONSHIPS

The City of Pointe-Claire, is happy to acknowledge the brilliant performances of Canoe Club athletes at the provincial championships in August. The athletes’ outstanding success means that they now...
Montreal Hockey

A Brief History of Hockey in Montreal

Montreal, Canada’s second most-populated city, is rich with a history full of important turning points for the country. Nowhere is this more evident than in the sporting side of...