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2018-04-26

Hudson – Oka Ferry Aiming At May 2nd To Open For The Season

Posted by: Tom Whelan

In a Facebook post this morning, Traverse Oka-Hudson announced that they are hoping to beginning operations for the 2018 season on this coming Wednesday May 2nd. The Oka – Hudson Ferry has been navigating the Ottawa River since 1909.

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2018-04-26

School Bus Drivers Back Behind The Wheel

Posted by: Tom Whelan

School busses in our area will be back on the road this morning. Drivers with Autoubus Lucien Bissonnette voted in favour of an agreement hammered out yesterday. Some four thousand students in the Lester B. Pearson and Trois Lacs School

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2018-04-25

Herbal Tea Recall

Posted by: Tom Whelan

Traditional Medicinals is voluntarily recalling its Throat Coat Lemon Echinacea Herbal Tea. This, following the discovery of salmonella contamination in an ingredient. Health Canada says that the tea was sold in boxes of 20 tea bags in stores and online

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2018-04-23

School Bus Strike Affects 4000 Area Students – What You Need To Know

Posted by: Tom Whelan

Negotiations over the past few days aimed at avoiding a general strike by school bus drivers in our area broke down and, as a result, drivers with Les Autobus Lucien Bissonnette voted against their employer’s latest contract offer and will

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2018-04-23

“The Battery’s Fine But You Need A New Baconator” – Early Lunch Break At Wendy’s Garage

Posted by: Ted Bird

The Week 3 stop on the Early Lunch Break tour with Ted and Tom – Wendy’s Parts and Tires (and driving school) in Pierrefonds. After we dispensed with the obligatory baconator joke (see headline), a good time was had by

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2018-04-20

No Obstacle Too Great For Forest Hill Jr. Elementary

Posted by: Ted Bird

Life is fraught with obstacles, and overcoming them is what makes us stronger. Forest Hill Jr. Elementary School in St. Lazare is holding a Giant Obstacle Race Fundraiser Saturday, April 28th to help finance an outdoor classroom on campus. Forest

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2018-04-20

Enjoy The Weekend – Leave Your Car At Home

Posted by: Tom Whelan

The Decarie interchange, Turcot interchange, Champlain Bridge and Bonaventure expressway will all be subject to closures and detours starting this evening and running through to  Monday morning making  accessing the downtown core from just about anywhere a nightmare this weekend.

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2018-04-20

CP Strike Will Not Shut Down Commuter Train Service

Posted by: Tom Whelan

The looming strike by 3400 CP Rail employees will not affect commuter train service on RTM lines as was originally thought. CP has assured the RTM that passenger train service will be maintained during any work stoppage but they warned

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2018-04-18

Milestone Event For NOVA, Lakeshore Artists

Posted by: Ted Bird

Thanks to Nancy Overbury from the Lakeshore Artists Association and Marie-France Juneau from NOVA West Island for coming in this morning to talk about this weekend’s LAA exhibition and sale at Fritz Farm in Baie ‘Urfe. LAA has a 30

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2018-04-17

Posted by: Tom Whelan

A recall of frozen strawberries sold in both Quebec and Ontario has now been expanded to include beverages that may have been made using the strawberries. A number of bottled drinks including Strawberry juice and smoothies and Strawberry Banana Juice

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2018-04-16

Frozen Strawberries Recalled

Posted by: Tom Whelan

The Canadian Food Inspecction Agency has issued a recall for Egyptian Strawberries sold under the brand name Montana due to possible Hepatitis A contamination. The product was sold exclusively at Adonis markets up until last Saturday and has various “Best

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2018-04-16

School Closures…

Posted by: Tom Whelan

Safe to say that most schools are closed today. Here is the latest list of closures due to the icy weather. If a school board is listed it means that all schools and facilities in the board are closed. If

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2018-04-10

Pizza Shape Mystery

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Here is a puzzling mystery involving pizza…  

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2018-04-10

Orange Beer

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

I love the flavor of Orange.   I have a delicious Orange herbal tea, I love Orange ice cream, and yes oranges are my favorite fruit. Normally, I don’t like fancy flavored things, but Orange beer…yeah, I would try that,

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2018-04-06

Macarena Time

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Planet Fitness Orlando is going to try and break the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Macarena Dance. They are hoping to get 2,500 people to do the Macarena on Sunday, April 29th at Orlando City Soccer Stadium. The

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2018-04-06

Waste Of A Train

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A train, carrying 10 million pounds of human waste, is stranded in a Parrish, Alabama rail yard. The train cars are awaiting a transfer to a landfill site. Local residents say the freight cars smell awful. The city doesn’t have

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2018-04-06

Hudson Road Closure April 10th

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

ON TUESDAY APRIL 10TH, THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT WILL BE REPAIRING A WATER LEAK ON MAIN ROAD IN FRONT OF 72 MAIN (NEAR MTÉE MANSON). To accomplish this task, Main Road will be closed to all traffic in both directions at 72

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2018-04-04

Delicious Makeup

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

The Villa Italia Kitchen restaurant chain is giving away pepperoni-flavored lipstick in honor of National Kissing Day on April 13th. Accessories include bacon scented eye brow pencil and onion flavored mascara…you don’t wanna stand down wind   Photo Credit: Makeup

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2018-04-04

Strange Brews

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

The Strangest Drinks You’ve Probably Never Heard Of..time to quit drinking.

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2018-04-03

IKEA Names

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

IKEA Baby Names: Birmingham Live claims fans of Ikea are naming their newborns after the store’s furniture lines. The parenting website BabyCenter claims names include Fredde, Tarva, Stefan, Norna, Cilla, Malinda, Elly, Henrika, Johanne, Stig, Franklin, Mata, Mydal, Ivar, Tobias,

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2018-04-03

From Pumping Iron To Terminating Bank Account

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Arnold Schwarzenegger was paid $15 million for his role in ‘Terminator 2’, which averaged out to $21,429 per word From pumping iron to pumping his bank account… I guess with that money, he could buy his own clothes, boots and

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2018-04-02

April Facts

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Interesting things about the month of April  

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2018-04-02

Peanut Butter Delicacy

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Peanut butter was considered a delicacy in the early 1900s and was only served in New York City’s finest tea rooms.  In a May 1896 article published in the Good Housekeeping magazine, a recipe “urged homemakers to use a meat

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2018-03-31

Pointe Claire Plaza Big Brothers Big Sisters

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Celebrating 60 years and Easter at Plaza Pointe Claire. Francesca & Jennifer, and James,  from Big Brothers & Big Sisters stopped by the studio to say a few words.   Come and support them, and enjoy the petting zoo and

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2018-04-06

Hudson Road Closure April 10th

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

ON TUESDAY APRIL 10TH, THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT WILL BE REPAIRING A WATER LEAK ON MAIN ROAD IN FRONT OF 72 MAIN (NEAR MTÉE MANSON). To accomplish this task, Main Road will be closed to all traffic in both directions at 72

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2018-04-03

Boil Water Advisory – UPDATE

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A localized boil water advisory put in place yesterday in Vaudreuil-Dorion remains in effect for at least the remainder of the day. The advisory was put in place as a precaution following a water main break. Residents on the affected

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2018-03-23

Celine Dion Ear Issue Postpones Show

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

  Celine Dion announced on Facebook that her March and April shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas have been canceled due to an ear condition. The singer is dealing with a condition in her middle ear

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2018-02-22

Boil Water Advisory Saint Lazare

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

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2018-02-08

Statcare Paid Parking Now In Effect

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

  Some changes to the Southwest One Statcare clinic have both residents and merchants upset.

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2018-01-30

School Bus Strike

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

School Bus drivers will be on strike again tomorrow.    

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2018-01-24

Veggies

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Eating more vegetables can make a major impact on your energy levels. They are rich in nutrients that can serve as the much-needed fuel your body craves in the morning and rest of the day.     Photo Credit: Veggies

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2018-01-23

Bell Data Breach

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Police are investigating a new data breach at Bell Canada, which says hackers have illegally obtained customer information, primarily subscriber names and e-mail addresses. Bell confirmed today that up to 100,000 customers were affected by the hack, which comes about

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2018-01-22

Texas School Shooting Update

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A 15-year-old girl was airlifted to a Dallas hospital after being shot this morning at a high school in the small town of Italy There’s no word on her condition. Police have a 16-year-old boy in custody.

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2018-01-15

Weekend Box Office Hits

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

1. “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” $27 million 2. “The Post,” $18.6 million 3. “The Commuter,” $13.5 million ($6.3 million international) (Cinema Scoop: the film cost $30 million to produce) 4. “Insidious: The Last Key,” $12.1 million 5. “The Greatest

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2018-01-11

CRA Phone Scam

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

So I finally got the scary sounding phone call….   The CRA phone scam continues, and it can sound quite threatening. If you get this call, call the police anti fraud unit and if you are not sure, you can

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2018-01-08

Hot Vs Cold

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Australia Hits 113 Degrees While North America Freezes: Freezing North Americans are dreaming about visiting Sydney, Australia where temps hit 113 over the weekend. Australian seasons are opposite of seasons in North America so residents there are enjoying a warmer-than-usual summer.

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