Category : Montreal

Dorval remembers

by Dick Nieuwendyk Last Monday, November 11, at the 11th hour, Dorval Mayor Edgar Rouleau, members of the council, members of Dorval legion branch 245, dignitaries, representing federal and provincial governments, and a great number of citizens including a troup ...

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Remembrance Day ceremonies around Montreal

Different dates for different locales   by John Symon   Across the Montreal area, parades, bagpipes, elderly veterans in uniform, and silent vigils are signaling Remembrance Day (French: Jour du Souvenir), which falls this year on Monday, November 11. But many local organizers of ...

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Coderre may be the Mayor

Keep your friends close… By: Dan Laxer The media used to poke fun at Prime Minister Jean Chretien for his struggles with the English language, until research surfaced showing that he would make the same types of mistakes in French as he ...

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Beaver Lake Cruises!

by Bonnie Wurst   I’ve never been on a cruise ship, but I know I would have a great time on board. Being who I am, I’m sure any one of the Disney cruises would fit the bill. It wouldn’t really be ...

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Light a dream

By: Alycia Ambroziak   Light a Dream began in 1999 as a candle-making business designed to give training and vocational opportunities to young adults living with development delays. But it has grown to be so much more than that. It’s like a second ...

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