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Dorval City Councillors Put Through the Wringer at Monday Night’s Meeting Over Prime Property Offer to Purchase

Will Dorval’s McConnell Woods Turn into a Condo Development? Dorval residents question the uncertainty of the McConnell Woods property that’s privately owned and up for sale. The 540,000 sq. ft. majestic property with prime waterfront on Lac St. Louis is at risk of being developed.   The city offered over $15 million for it, $4 […]

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Is Dennis Coderre Spending Your Tax Dollars Without Consulting Montrealers On This Controversial Plan?

Denis Coderre May Be Planning to Spend Your Tax Dollars Without Consulting YOU! According to one mayoral hopeful, Valerie Plante, it seems that Montreal’s Mayor Denis Coderre, is currently, or at least has in the past, negotiated with Major League Baseball officials to bring a baseball team to Montreal, behind CLOSED DOORS!!! For a professional […]

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See Where Montreal Landed on the List of Best and Worst Cities to Drive In

Montreal Made the List as One of the Best Cities to Drive In! Take a moment and close your mouth because this was a biggie and you probably didn’t expect it. It’s shocking but true, according to Kfzteile24’s list of the best and worst cities in the world to drive in. Montreal didn’t just make […]

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Luxury Homes in Montreal are Hot – Toronto and Vancouver are NOT

Hot Housing Marking in Montreal!!! Good news for those with luxury homes in Montreal because the real estate market for high-end homes is rising rapidly. Ottawa and some provinces took aim at the extremely hot markets in an effort to cool them, and it might have worked to Montreal’s advantage. Source: Global News

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Could Beaconsfield Community Pools Shut Down for Lack of Funding?

Beaconsfield Community Pools In Trouble? Beaconsfield Mayor Georges Bourelle is setting aside $30 million for the Parks and Green Spaces Master Plan. In the council meeting on Monday, he claimed that a part of that budget was set aside to repair or upgrade the community pools. However, for them to be brought up to code, […]

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Say Good-bye to Uber in Montreal

The ride-hailing service Uber is likely going to leave Quebec in October because of government regulations. This is what the government wants: Uber drivers to undergo 35 hours of training, like taxi drivers. Uber argues, “it is an attempt to impose old rules on a new technological model.” Drivers must have criminal background checks by police […]

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Vaudreuil-Dorion Has a New Type of Yoga Class and It Involves this Farm Animal!

Farm Animal Yoga Classes Maybe you don’t believe it to be true, but the Ferme du Domaine Quinchien is starting some new yoga trend that might catch on… Oh yes, it’s called GOAT YOGA and the next classes will be held at the farm on October 6 and 7.   While you may laugh at […]

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Early Morning Highway 20 Hit and Run Update

The hit and run accident in Dorval that closed Highway 20 for several hours and caused a suitcase-toting 17-year-old male led to the pursuit of the driver who left the scene. Thankfully the victim survived, but is still in critical condition. The driver of the vehicle was arrested in Brossard.   Read More… Montreal Gazette

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Pierrefonds-Roxboro Flood Victims Finally Meeting with Quebec Officials Today!

Flood Victims Finally to Be Heard The flood victims of Pierrefonds-Roxboro have the opportunity to meet with Quebec officials today and Friday.   Victims will be able to ask questions and get answers with regards to inspection reports and compensation claims at Pierrefonds Cultural Centre. Read more: CBC