Category : Life

St. Patrick’s parade 2014 Queen and her court Hale to the Queen!

By: Sabrina Cipriani Céad Míle Fáilte, a hundred thousand welcomes!    February 2nd, marked the 59th Annual Selection Evening for this year’s Queen and her Court in the upcoming Montreal St. Patrick’s Day parade.  The event was held at LaSalle’s Buffet Sorrento.  This evening brings ...

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Roxboro Centennial Festivities: the mayor announces the kickoff

Mr. Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Mayor of the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, and Member of the Executive Committee, responsible for procurement, sports and recreation, and communities of diverse origins, has announced today the official launch of the Roxboro Centennial festivities during a ...

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Ste Anne de Bellevue debate over dog park

By Valerie Brecknock   Ste Anne de Bellevue town council is currently debating on having a dog park in the neighborhood.  However, the only way to confirm this is to include it in the 2014 budget.   Having a dog park in any community ...

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Which ply do you fly?

by Bonnie Wurst   Which ply do you fly? One ply, two ply, three ply or ultra-mega ply? Enviro or pressed wood ply? Do you buy single rolls, double rolls, giant rolls or mega rolls? Quilted, diamond weave or sandpaper? And what about ...

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Pork loin roast with red skinned smashed potatoes

By Chef Peter Webster of Bouquet Garni Catering   I was visiting my sister last week.  She asked me to prepare dinner (of course).  She had a frozen pork loin roast and some red skinned potatoes.  So while the family was sitting ...

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