The flight to the suburbs is not difficult to figure out. It’s not only the fact that you get much more bang for your real-estate buck. One of the big advantages of living in the ‘burbs is that you are much freer to own a car. In fact, if there were to be a city...
“I want you to be concerned about your next-door neighbour. Do you know your next-door neighbour?” …….Mother Teresa Sometimes I think front porches were invented so that you can talk to people as they pass by your street. Some past local passers-by, in fact, ended up becoming really good friends of mine, just from the...
The start of another school year is upon us. And in what may very well be a foreshadowing of what is in store for parents of children who attend a Lester B. Pearson school, board officials this week approved their first deficit budget. The first question that this raises is: How does this happen? Especially...
This September, as you send your kids back to school with everything they need to start the new school year on the right foot, consider a visit to the podiatrist. Correcting foot problems in children is relatively easy because children’s bones and joints are flexible. But left
Beaconsfield’s 10th Shona d’Afrique outdoor art exhibition is now on at Centennial Park and will
Artists Andre Fournelle and Peter Gnass host a joint exhibit at the Stewart Hall art
Kitesurfers were out on the water at Anse-a-lOrme Park in Pierrefonds on Saturday, July 5.
The sunny weather brought heavy traffic to the canal in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue on July 5 and
The Victoria Day long weekend has traditionally been considered the launch of the flower-planting season,
The city of Dorval hosted a dangerous waste pickup day on Saturday, April 12, at
Police have identified a body found Aug. 25 in Roxton Pond as that of a West Island woman who disappeared a month ago. A resident
Well, the seasons are turning again and snow birds are beginning to check their flight plans. I hope everyone else who’s hunkering down for winter
She’s bright, personable, eloquent and so well-grounded for her 11 years. And it was precisely those qualities that garnered West Island tween Ayla Shanks a
Problems continue to pile up for Philippe Paul, the former Montreal police detective who was suspended without pay earlier this year, as he is now