Two-thirds of the Liberal leader Philippe Couillard’s economic team are candidates parachuted into West Island
When I was a kid in elementary school, I was bullied every day by a little thug nick-named Buzzy. I suffered his verbal slings as I was not a confrontational child. I figured I could put up with the harassment at school as long as it didn’t follow me home. One Saturday, however, we crossed...
Cats are particular. Peculiar even. I don’t think anyone will disagree with me there. They are independent but love to cuddle. They are hunters who are lazy. Above all, they are picky about their potty. Inappropriate litter box use is a common reason for veterinary visits, and sadly a common reason relinquishment to shelters. So...
I come from a family of serious recreational fishermen. I have caught every known species of fish lurking in both Lake Saint-Louis and Saint-Francois Lakes – not so much lakes as beer-bulges in the St. Lawrence. Once, I even caught something so ugly and unidentifiable that, had it not been breathing, I would have sworn...
Dollard des Ormeaux’s women’s water polo team took on York on Sunday, Oct. 27, at
John Abbott College celebrated its annual homecoming weekend Oct. 5, drawing a good crowd to
Volunteers made their way through l’Anse a l’Orme Park in Pierrefonds on Saturday, Sept. 21,
Valois Pool hosting the 2013 edition of the ALPS Swimming finals on Aug. 17. The
The Liberal party has confirmed that two financial experts will be their replacement candidates in Nelligan and Robert-Baldwin. The party brass has chosen Carlos
A judge recently ruled in favour of Beaconsfield in a small claims court action launched by a homeowner over cross-connected sanitary and storm water pipes.
Kirkland is preparing to amend some zoning rules in order to allow two outdoor ball hockey rinks to be built next to the existing Excellent
Two vehicles parked on Cumberland St. in Dollard-des-Ormeaux were badly damaged, Feb. 25. A Nissan Pathfinder had its tires slashed and one window broken. A