The Big Step 2014 gala

By: Sabrina Cipriani   A love story that began 8 years ago has blossomed into a love affaire not only with each other but with the community of NDG.  Caroline Orchard and Jean-Ricardo André met and fell in love instantly, 8 short ...

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Kindergarten registration week is February 3 to 7

On the eve of the annual Kindergarten Registration Week, English Montreal School Board Chairman Angela Mancini hosted a press conference at which time she introduced a new campaign aimed at promoting excellence in the arts. (The Arts Are Alive@EMSB).   From Pre-Kindergarten ...

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Do you do your child’s homework?

We’ve all heard it or even thought about it at one time or another. Homework…sometimes it’s just too much! Today, parents do just about everything to help their kids excel, be competitive and become the best. With AA team sports ...

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What’s happening in Montréal

By: Stuart Nulman     The Cote St. Luc Dramatic Society has done it again in their continuing mission to bring quality theatre to the people of Cote St. Luc and include as many people as possible in the process of staging a ...

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Corona Theatre

by Dick Nieuwendyk The Corona Theatre, first known as the ”Family Theatre”, was designed by Montréal architects Joseph Cajetan Dufort and Louis-Théophile Décary, and built in 1912 for the Duchess Amusement Co. Unlike the theatre and opera for the elite in those ...

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Trio Débonnaire

The City of Dorval presents the talented group Trio Débonnaire on Monday, February 10th at 19:30 at the Peter B. Yeomans Cultural Centre, 1401 Lakeshore Drive in Dorval. The concert is presented as part of the City of Dorval’s Divertissimo ...

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Justice for Bianca Leduc

By: Dan Laxer Bianca Leduc would have been ten years old this year. She would have been in grade 4, giggling her afternoons away in the schoolyard, wearing pretty dresses, singing Katy Perry songs, talking about how many times she’s seen ...

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