Category : Life

Volunteer West Island and NOVA West Island

Receive cornucopia of possibilities, courtesy of the generosity of the Protestant Retired Teachers’ homes and benefits corporation This fall NOVA West Island and Volunteer West Island, long-time community partners providing important services to residents, became partners in another sense, as recipients ...

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New Azur Metro Cars Unveiled

by Bonnie Wurst – Special   Montreal’s new Azur metro cars have been unveiled and will start rolling down the tracks next year. The question on a lot of commuters’ minds is whether the new blue will have them feeling ‘less blue’ ...

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Save the Leavitt theatre in Oqunquit Maine

By:    Sabrina Cipriani   There is history all over Maine, the Leavitt Theatre lies on 259 Main Street in Ogunquit. As soon as you pay your way at the old ticket booth, the smell of popcorn fills the air. As you walk up the ...

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50th aniversary of JFK assassination

The Secret Service By: Dan Laxer Last week the world marked the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, but only the 4th to be assassinated. Before him, Presidents McKinley, Garfield, ...

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Cabbie’s death catalyzing new safety measures

  By Alyssa De Rosa Next spring, Montreal taxi drivers will most probably benefit from new taxi safety regulations. Mayor Denis Coderre announced Monday at city hall that the possibilities for new safety measures following cabbie Ziad Bouzid’s death in Cote-Des-Neiges ...

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Fat is not the enemy the gym is!

By: Marina Love Treadmills, ellipticals, jungle gyms of weight lifting, fluorescent light, hamster wheel hell – Oh this place you know very well in which you have a love/hate relationship with. This place I am referring to – the Gym. ...

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Staying home might be a wise choice

By: Donna Byrne   Some of us are in that famous “Baby Boomer” age group. We don’t have to admit where we are in that age group but it seems as if we are constantly reminded about this reality. We plan for ...

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