Giving wheels to Sun Youth

For an eighth consecutive year, Sun Youth teamed up with Houle Toyota Scion, Specialized Canada, Radio NRJ and le Centre du Vélo Mascouche to collect used bicycles that will be redistributed to underprivileged Montreal families in June 2014. The various ...

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Am I a Bad Parent? I think my Teen is on Drugs

“Money has gone missing, my child has become secretive, hangs out with some questionable new friends… is my teen taking drugs?” Don’t panic. If you think this might be your child, you are not alone. Drug use can affect any ...

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WW II veteran stays young by selling poppies

Money collected supports local hospitals   by John Symon   As Remembrance Day (November 11) approaches, a spry elderly man sells poppies in Cote Saint Luc Mall to remind shoppers of the sacrifices made by Canadian soldiers. Jack Budovitch, now 90, is a veteran ...

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Remembrance Day ceremonies around Montreal

Different dates for different locales   by John Symon   Across the Montreal area, parades, bagpipes, elderly veterans in uniform, and silent vigils are signaling Remembrance Day (French: Jour du Souvenir), which falls this year on Monday, November 11. But many local organizers of ...

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Mac and cheese

By: Chef Peter Webster It is getting colder and they are predicting the snow will be flying soon.  It won’t be just a dusting of snow either.  I guess it’s as good as any time to have a little comfort food. It ...

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Coderre may be the Mayor

Keep your friends close… By: Dan Laxer The media used to poke fun at Prime Minister Jean Chretien for his struggles with the English language, until research surfaced showing that he would make the same types of mistakes in French as he ...

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What To Do When You Like Someone

By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships   It happened.  Despite your efforts to stay alone and uncomplicated, it happened.  When you were not looking for it, you actually started to like someone. You actually ...

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