Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know what Black Friday is and a very recent overwhelming advertising assault by retailers was impossible to ignore. Locally, we were witness to a cacophony of Black Friday promotions across all media, and social networking sites were
Like him or not, Guy Pilon has got game. The mayor of Vaudreuil-Dorion is not without critics – we can debate whether his town is developing too fast, not fast enough; has too many condos, still has room for more; too many retail outlets and parking lot. But Pilon has – no doubt – put...
In 1991, the town of Hudson passed a pesticide bylaw. The act, a modest attempt to restrict the cosmetic use of dangerous chemicals, thrust the town into the headlines, sparked a 10-year-long string of court challenges and, in the end, put Hudson at the forefront of a growing, worldwide environmental movement. It was precedent-setting, a...
The third edition of the VIP en Blues outdoor music festival was held on Saturday,
The town of Pincourt hosted its annual firefighters day on Saturday, Aug. 10. The event
People from all over Quebec came to the Hudson Car Show on Saturday, July 6,
Hudson hosted Canada Day celebrations at Thompson Park on Monday, July 1. Photos by Peter
Thousands lined the main street of St. Lazare on Monday for the annual St. Jean
It may have been Grand Prix weekend in Montreal, but in St. Lazare on June
A truck accident and fire closed a section of eastbound Highway 20 at Coteau-du-Lac Nov. 6 According to Sûreté du Québec Sgt. Daniel Thibaudeau, a
In municipalities across the Off-Island, town councils are getting ready to table their 2014 budgets. In most towns, councils will pass their budgets during the
A running track at Westwood Junior High Schooll will be named in honour of Bryan Liew, a St-Lazare resident, teacher and avid runner who died
Last week, I saw a video of two women physically fighting over a TV at Walmart on Black Friday. Later that same day, I was