Sun Youth spreads cheer with Christmas Tree Sale

Approaching its 60th anniversary in 2014, Sun Youth Organization has always relied on the contributions and generosity of the public to sustain its programs, but has also prided itself on the ability to provide services to all members of ...

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Rudolph – Behind The Shiny Nose

by Bonnie Wurst   Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donner of the North Pole, first appeared in a 1939 story by Robert L. May, published by Montgomery Ward. Rudolph’s shiny nose was his claim to fame and he ...

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Operation Nez Rouge in full swing

By Alyssa De Rosa   Tis’ the season for office Christmas parties which means unlimited liquid poison, so before getting behind the wheel, pick up the phone and call for back up, in this case Nez Rouge. Until December 31, 2013, volunteers ...

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Montréal en lumière: The gastronomy program

by Sergio Martinez   Montreal’s most popular winter festival, Montréal en Lumière (Montreal Highlights) announced its gastronomy program this week which as usual intends to satisfy the demanding tastes of Montrealers and visitors. For the 2014 edition there will be an important ...

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Westwood High School

Hundreds of students at the Lester B. Pearson School Board’s Westwood High School, Sr. Campus wore white to school after learning of the passing of South African leader Nelson Mandela last week. Using social media they quickly spread the word as ...

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Don’t Mess With Montrealer’s Mush…

Pastagate then Schwartz’s in a bag…   by Bonnie Wurst   It’s been all over the headlines, from Pasta to Smoked Meat in bags. First there was the debacle starting with the OQLF’s notice to a trendy Italian restaurant that the word ‘pasta’ contravened ...

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