Down syndrome world day

by Sergio Martinez   “Attitudes toward people with Down syndrome have changed, but still there is much to be done” Luc Desjardins director general of the Regroupement pour la Trisomie 21 (RT 21) ...

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Baron Alfred Baumgarten House

by Dick Nieuwendyk Baron Alfred Moritz Friedrich Baumgarten Ph.D. was born in 1842, in Dresden. He studied chemistry at the University of Berlin and the University of Göttingen. He came to New York City in 1866, with the intention of entering ...

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Montreal Stars Shine

by Bonnie Wurst – Special   It’s Hockey Night In Canada and the Stars were shining on home ice – the Montreal Stars Women’s Hockey team from the CWHL (Canadian Women’s Hockey League) that is. And they were not at the Bell ...

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Why and how to contest your traffic ticket

Me Adam Eidelmann     The next time you are issued a traffic ticket, think twice about by paying the listed fine.   Each year, over 600,000 traffic tickets are issued in the province of Québec. However, too many drivers simply pay their fines because ...

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Turn off the lights!

Hydro Quebec rates go up April 1   by Sergio Martinez   It is certainly not good news, and Hydro Québec executives can be happy that people were busy with other matters when the announcement was made, otherwise there would have been many more ...

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