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2018-12-17

Another Produce Recall

Posted by: Tom Whelan

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning consumers of a recall of certain cauliflower, red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce from Adam Bros. Farming Inc. of Santa Maria, California due to possible e-coli contamination. The products are being pulled

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2018-12-16

Early Lunch Break Tour Stop #8

Posted by: Ted Bird

Cathy Clarke and the staff at the MUHC Vaccine Study Center in Pierrefonds took us at our word when Tom Whelan wondered on the air whether they would set us up with our very own smallpox sample. (Actually, they gave

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2018-12-14

GoFundMe Campaign For St-Lazare Family Who Lost Their Home To Fire

Posted by: Tom Whelan

The Holiday period can be stressful enough even if you are gainfully employed and have a warm house in which to live. Last Wednesday, a St-Lazare family saw their lives change in a matter of moments as fire ripped through

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2018-12-14

Nothing Festive About This Weekend’s Road Closures

Posted by: Tom Whelan

This weekend’s road and ramp closures are going to require some serious planning to circumvent. Highways 10-15 and 20 will all see lane closures as will the Bonaventure. Of course the Turcot and Ville St-Pierre interchanges will be subject to

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2018-12-13

New Year’s Eve Bash For Palliative Care

Posted by: Ted Bird

A 2017 New Year’s Eve bash to benefit the West Island Palliative Care Residence was such a huge success that organizers have decided to reprise the event in almost identical form for New Year’s Eve 2018. Please click on the

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2018-12-13

St-Lazare Home Destroyed By Fire

Posted by: Tom Whelan

A St-Lazare family lost their home to fire yesterday afternoon. Calls came in to 911 shortly after 1:30 yesterday afternoon and by the time St-Lazare firefighters arrived the fire was fully engaged. Firefighters from five other municipalities, including Hudson and

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2018-12-13

Thank You!

Posted by: Ted Bird

$12,000 raised for Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation in the second annual Jewel 106.7 On Air For Healthcare radiothon! Thank you to everyone who contributed and participated. You made a difference in our community!

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2018-12-11

ON WITH RHONDA: The Energy Report with Catharine Allan

Posted by: Rhonda Massad

This week we have Mercury entering Sagittarius which is quick witted and sometimes bluntly honest, but funny and uplifted. Along side the Sun and Jupiter it will give us a raise in our mood. Our tarot cards this week show

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2018-12-11

ON WITH RHONDA: The Energy Report with Catharine Allan

Posted by: Rhonda Massad

This week we have the Winter Solstice ! On December 21st our darkest days are over and the light will now increase again. On the 22nd we have our Full Moon in Cancer and nurturing is the theme – with

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2018-12-10

Long Term Road Closures In Effect

Posted by: Tom Whelan

A few road closures that came into effect over the weekend will remain in place until the end of 2019. The de La Verendrye exit from Highway 15 South is now closed until the end of next year (click for

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2018-12-10

Laval Police Looking For Missing 22 Year-Old

Posted by: Tom Whelan

Laval Police are asking for the public’s help in locating 22 year-old Emine Caglayan. She has been missing since Saturday evening when she called 911 and said she feared for her life. Her car was found yesterday morning in Pierrefonds.

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2018-12-09

On Air For Healthcare

Posted by: Ted Bird

Jewel 106.7 FM is proud to partner with the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation for their second annual radiothon fundraiser this Tuesday, December 11th. “On Air For Healthcare” will be live from Dunn’s Famous deli at 11602 Salaberry Blvd. west of

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2018-12-11

ON WITH RHONDA: The Energy Report with Catharine Allan

Posted by: Rhonda Massad

This week we have Mercury entering Sagittarius which is quick witted and sometimes bluntly honest, but funny and uplifted. Along side the Sun and Jupiter it will give us a raise in our mood. Our tarot cards this week show

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2018-12-11

ON WITH RHONDA: The Energy Report with Catharine Allan

Posted by: Rhonda Massad

This week we have the Winter Solstice ! On December 21st our darkest days are over and the light will now increase again. On the 22nd we have our Full Moon in Cancer and nurturing is the theme – with

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2018-12-07

Principal Grinch

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A Omaha, Nebraska school principal Jennifer Sinclair was recently placed on administrative leave after she sent a notice to teachers directing them to ban Christmas decorations in their classrooms. The memo told teachers not to display Santa-related items, Christmas trees,

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2018-12-06

Christmas Dinner In Spaaaaace!

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A rocket was launched yesterday from Cape Canaveral, Florida. It is heading to the space station and contains a Christmas dinner featuring turkey, fruitcake, candied yams and cranberry sauce. The rocket also has 40 mice and 36,000 worms on board

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2018-12-06

The First Fridge

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

On this date in 1926, Electrolux Servel patented the first household refrigerator. It was powered by natural gas.   Photo Credit: History of The refrigerator

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2018-12-05

ON WITH RHONDA: What’s New? with Kevin Woodhouse

Posted by: Rhonda Massad

Kevin and Rhonda discuss the new Baie D’Urfé berm sound wall, the new Île-aux-Tourtes bridge to be ready for 2030 and West Island Icons.  A shout out to Kevin’s new movies coming out this spring, Traeger’s Day and Today is

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2018-12-04

A Sheepish Strategy

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Louisville, Kentucky police officers recently used Fritos to lure a pair of goats off Interstate 265. The officers strategically-placed BBQ flavored chips along the highway and in their police cruiser. The goats eventually climbed into the police car before officers

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2018-11-28

Holy Huge Cow

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

People are responding to pictures of Knickers the black-and-white Holstein Friesian steer on social media with posts reading “Holy Cow!” Knickers stands head and shoulders above the rest of the herd on a ranch in Western Australia at 194-centimetres or — six-feet, four-inches

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2018-11-23

Black Friday Holiday

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

39% of people want Black Friday to be declared a national holiday and a paid day off   Black Friday used to be something from the US only, now it has spread to Canada too. Should it be a holiday here?  

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2018-11-21

You Kill It, We Grill It

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Some people are planning to eat roadkill for the holidays. Buck Peterson, author of “The Original Roadkill Cookbook”, says “This time of year is perfect for nabbing a deer on the road. The rut is on, and bucks are only

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2018-11-21

Holiday Treats For The Naughty

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Archie McPhee Candies is selling Coal Candy Canes. The canes taste like smoke and cinnamon. Their Website reads … HOLIDAY TREATS FOR THE NAUGHTY Sure, it sounds like fun to put coal in a naughty person’s stocking, but consider the

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2018-11-20

ON WITH RHONDA: What’s happening with Kevin Woodhouse

Posted by: Rhonda Massad

Kevin Woodhouse from The Suburban Newspaper discusses how the West Island takes care of their own.  From charity balls to seniors facilities the West Island steps up to help their own.   Have a listen:

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2018-12-07

White Reindeer

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A hiker in Norway recently came across a rare white reindeer. Photographer Mads Nordsveen tells the TV show; “He was quite relaxed when he saw that I was calm and friendly. It was almost as if he posed for the

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2018-11-12

Remembering Stan Lee

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

His reputation was bigger than the Incredible Hulk he created. Comic book legend Stan Lee has died at the age of 95 at a hospital in Los Angeles. In a 2012 interview with A-B-C, Lee said he was most proud

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2018-11-05

Smoked Mackerel Recall

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A recall has been issued by the MAPAQ, Quebec’s  food, agriculture and fisheries board. Smoked Mackerel sold by Europe Deli in Ile Perrot. The fish was not properly sealed in it’s vacuum packaging. It must remain frozen at all times

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2018-10-19

Legal Cannabis

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Now that Marijuana is legal, but can only be purchased online or through the very few SQDC outlets that exist. Currently there are no SQDC outlets in the West Island or Off Island, so for West Island, Hudson / Saint

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2018-10-04

Couillard Has Stepped Down As Liberal Leader

Posted by: Derrick Scott

  Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard has stepped down as Liberal leader and is leaving politics following the party’s election defeat Monday.   Couillard made the announcement today in Quebec City.   Elected premier in 2014, Couillard served one mandate before

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2018-09-27

Barbra Streisand Set To Release New Album Walls November 2

Posted by: Ryan

  Today, Columbia Records has released “Don’t Lie To Me,” a new single written and recorded by Barbra Streisand from her upcoming album Walls, due out November 2nd. It’s Streisand’s first album primarily consisting of original songs since 2005. “Don’t Lie To Me” is

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2018-09-11

News BHS High School

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

What began as a police operation forcing Beaconsfield High School to be put on lock down, and forcing kids on their buses to be re-routed back home due to a threat about a school shooting forced BHS to close for

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2018-08-14

Avoid The 440 In Laval Shooting Incident

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

A police operation is underway on Highway 440 in Laval and is closed in both directions. An armed man opened fire earlier this afternoon. Police were having people in the area hide under their cars or behind trucks.   Highway

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2018-07-21

Traffic Update 40 West

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

As of 9am, there was a big accident on the Ile aux Tourtes Bridge. 40 west completely blocked.

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2018-07-17

SAQ Employees On Strike

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Quebecers who enjoy a drink or two may find their local liquor store closed, after more than 400 workers walked off the job in a one-day strike over contract talks. The walkout is affecting most of the province’s liquor outlets,

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2018-07-12

Hudson Dog Ban

Posted by: Kris Leblanc

Starting tomorrow, Hudson will no longer allow dogs on or near Sandy beach. Whether the dogs are owned by residents or non residents. The ban begins at the entrance area.  

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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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