Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot’s Parc des Hirondelles will be getting a new chalet come next season. On Thursday, the
It’s a simple question: Where do the members of Hudson council stand on the issue of repairing the Pine Lake dam? Are they in favour of it? Or not? The dam broke in March. In the intervening months, members of council and the mayor failed to clearly state whether they wanted to see the dam...
Most of us think of apples at this time of year as chilly nights lay glistening dew upon local orchard fruits. In tandem, a warming of kitchens occurs across the land in anticipation of pie-making and jam- and jelly-processing. Apples are great, of course, but so are our local pears. Friends who have a bumper crop...
It’s hard to argue with a bylaw that makes so much sense. The town of Hudson’s recent move to introduce measures to crack down on animal abuse and animal abusers is the right thing to do and should serve as a model for other towns
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
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
Heads up all you book club members, library volunteers, bibliophiles and everyone else who loves a good read. The Greenwood Centre’s annual StoryFest extravaganza is
François Rioux is worried about his cat, Oreo. The black-and-white feline, so friendly that Rioux described him as a “dog-cat,” has been missing for over