West Island spirits & wine show

By: Stuart Nulman     West Island residents who appreciate a glass of fine wine or the best in spirits will certainly make it a point to catch the third annual West Island Wine and Spirits Show, which takes place at the Holiday ...

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The benefits of shareholders’ agreements

 by Me Adam Eidelmann Eidelmann Law Firm     Your business will undoubtedly face unforeseen circumstances, such as the death of a shareholder or even bankruptcy. Having a shareholder’s agreement in place is a means of preparing for such events and resolving any disputes ...

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Recipe for Organic Tolerance

by Bonnie Wurst   It occurred to me this week that the world is in somewhat of a muddle. It also occurred to me the last week, the week before that and many, many weeks before that. It’s been occurring to me ...

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Quintal bath

by Dick Nieuwendyk     In Montreal, public baths were a solution to the problems of public health and a response to the poor condition of workers’ housing lacking such basic amenities as hot water or a bath. It is understandable that without basic sanitation, ...

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Cardio Plein Air exercise classes

Get fit in a gym with no roof     Cardio Plein Air is a company that offers a wide variety of outdoor workouts in over 80 parks across Quebec. West Island classes are offered by Julie Guimond in Pierrefonds, Kirkland, and Ile ...

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Montreal Impact – New Jersey, New Coach, New Season

By: Sabrina Cipriani     Walking into the Olympia Theatre on Tuesday night was crazy, fans everywhere, anticipating the new look of the Impact Jersey.  Waiting patiently to see their favourite soccer players take to the stage.  The Impact event got under way ...

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Lime Pie

By Chef Peter Webster of Bouquet Garni Catering   We just returned from a holiday in Dominica; a little island paradise between Guadeloupe and Martinique.  There are no high rises and no resorts on the island.  It is a taste of what ...

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