A Pointe-Claire man currently serving a 10-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting a young girl
Ste-Anne is once again spending money to contract “experts” to write a report on what it should do to reinvent itself. I have seen a comparable report for Pointe-Claire Village; it is very much like what I will expect from the Ste-Anne report: Expensive rhetoric and 50-cent words from people whose livelihood is gleaned from...
Starting on Thurdsay, Sept. 11, motorists heading to Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue and Ile-Perrot will be able to use Exit 41 from westbound Highway 40 again, a little bit of good news to make their trip home from downtown a little smidge quicker. And given the traffic situation
It’s Saturday night on George Street, in St. John’s, Newfoundland. It’s 11 o’clock and the small street, only a few blocks long, is beginning to cook. There are 25 pubs and they all seem to have live music. And most of it is in a tradition that is unique to Atlantic Canada. It’s a mix...
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
Josh Freed’s recent column in The Gazette on the upcoming Scottish referendum (being held tomorrow) was very funny. That is, if you like jokes based
While plans for town of Dollard-des-Ormeaux to construct a new building to house a daycare in William Cosgrove-Centennial Park have been delayed, the Centre de
Faced with budget constraints imposed by the province, the Lester B. Pearson School Board hopes a new private-public partnership for an international vocational centre specializing
Television sets and money were stolen from a business on St-Jean Blvd. in Dollard-des-Ormeaux during the night of Sept. 10. The break-in occurred some time