One week removed from Hudson’s former director general manager being arrested on fraud charges, both
The town of Hudson has long been known for its notorious rumour mill. But, in its defence, the little town offers a lot for people to gossip about. Now, however, the talk around town is all focused on one thing: last week’s arrest of the municipality’s former director-general Louise Villandré. The former top civil servant...
It’s money-hunting season, and charities have got you in their sights again this year across the Off-Island. I wrote about fast and furious funding requests at checkouts last year at this time and it now appears that the frequency of these types of donation requests has increased. You can run, but you can’t hide. Requests...
The dam at Pine Lake in Hudson broke in spring. The town’s options of what to do about it were outlined in summer. A loan bylaw to finance the rebuilding of the dam was proposed in August. A public register that blocked the bylaw from being ratified was held last month. The plan to hold...
Keeping active is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. We’re spoiled for choice in the West Island and surrounding region thanks, in part, to the Centre Multisports in Vaudreuil, an exceptional facility that celebrates its first anniversary this month and hosts a variety of sports
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
Homelessness is very much an issue in the Off-Island region, and an issue people don’t necessarily like to acknowledge, says Caroline Pilon, a member of
Two independent candidates have been registered for the upcoming Île-Perrot byelection for District – Les Outaouais. Candidates will be looking to replace André Legault, who
A certain amount of odour is to be expected when living close to a waste-water treatment plant, but the current stench emanating from the one
Vaudreuil-Dorion CLSC services will be temporarily closing as they move into their new centralized location