The West Island Rainbow Seniors, a secular group meeting at Beaconsfield United Church, are looking for more people to join them for lunches, card games, discussions and outings. The Rainbow.
Under the honorary chairmanship of Marcel Brochu, resident of Dorval and long-time platelet donor (125 donations), the City of Dorval is organizing, in cooperation with Héma-Québec, its blood drive, which.
By Alyssa De Rosa Montreal is known for its greasy spoons, its vibrant night life, its multiculturalism and its lifestyle, but recently Montrealers are embracing something sweeter and tastier.
By Alyssa De Rosa When the clock strikes 3:00 AM on a Friday or Saturday night in Montreal, streets like St-Laurent Boulevard, Crescent, and Ste-Catherine are inundated with late-night.
Masks, costumes, candies, and more… [caption id="attachment_13731" align="alignleft" width="300"] Don’t lose your head with another Halloween decoration[/caption] The Giggles store in LaSalle has 16 aisles full of everything you need.
The wall of recognition honouring major donors to the Building Futures Capital Campaign was unveiled today at John Abbott College in the Atrium of the new Anne-Marie Edward Science building..
By Sharman Yarnell The third annual Marymount Academy Reads took place last week at the N.D.G. high school , with special guest author Sharon Draper. Ms. Draper spoke.