Beaconsfield is one of 25 Canadian cities to be awarded a grant of up to $15,000 from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation to expand its urban canopy. The city will use the money for a tree-planting project in “Fresh Meadows,” a green space
On Tuesday, March 11, CBC Radio One’s Daybreak show will be broadcast live from the
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.
Melina Curtis is in her third year as head coach of Beaconsfield Synchro. She joined
Some small steps have recently been taken to preserve Angell Woods from development, noted Beaconsfield Mayor Georges Bourelle. On Monday, council voted to spend $5,900
Though idyllic Beaconsfield has just 19,500 residents and limited commercial activity, taxpayers in the suburban
When the Montreal police department in 1992 asked Const. Roberto Del Papa to implement a
If you believe the groundhog, we have six more weeks of potential snowstorm weather. This
Beaconsfield’s Lauriane Rougeau is hitting the ice in Russia this week for her first Olympic
Facing a legal challenge launched by a homeowner, Beaconsfield council has opted to reverse the
The Lester B. Pearson School Board has fired two teachers. The dismissals were announced during a public meeting of the school board’s commissioners on Jan.
The 14 members of the Beaconsfield Kirkland Ringette Association (BKRA) Junior C Pitbulls will spend
Eighty-one-year-old Rosalie Armstrong and 83-year-old Evelyne Leduc had never heard of one another a month