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Ste. Angelique Road Work – Phase Two

More road work on the way for central Saint Lazare. Ste. Angelique will be down to one lane between Denis and des Cedres for a week starting tomorrow. There are detours in place and some CIT bus stops may be

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Keep Them Active Over The Holidays

There will be low cost drop in Hockey, Skating, Soccer and other activities at the Complexe Sportif Saint-Lazare starting on Saturday the 23rd of December and going through to January 6th. Here’s the schedule of events:  

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Heading To And From Downtown Is About To Become Even More Difficult

What’s that old saying? A picture is worth a thousand words. Well, here are some pictures that will probably have you muttering at least a few words that shouldn’t be repeated in polite company. Major changes and closures start tonight

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Canada’s Most Watched Videos

You Tube has released their annual list of the most watched videos in Canada. Topping the list this year at more than 30 million views worldwide is the frightening scene of a young girl being dragged off a BC ferry

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Detours In Downtown Saint-Lazare

A storm sewer pipe has to be replaced on St. Angelique in Saint Lazare. That means that Ste. Angelique will be completely closed to traffic between Daniel and des Cedres starting this morning and running through to the 15th. The

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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

The Christmas Season in Hudson starts this Friday evening with the Festival of Lights. The fun starts at 6:15 at the Community Centre on Main Road and there will be a screening of the movie “The Polar Express” following the

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NBC Fires Matt Lauer

Matt Lauer, the anchor of the “Today” show for two decades, has been terminated by NBC News after a detailed complaint about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace. NBC News Chairman, Andrew Lack said in a memo to employees that

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Discover The Advantages Of A “Downtown” Education For West Island And Off Island Students

All three of my daughters have traveled or are traveling downtown five days a week to go to school in the city. The advantages have far outweighed any minor logistical problems posed by the travel. To that end, I am

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Getting around, and particularly out of, the downtown core will prove difficult once again this weekend. Here’s a look at what will be shut down in the Turcot Interchange: Also, the Mercier Bridge will be down to just one Montreal

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Here We Go Again

Brace yourself, some of this weekend’s road  closures are going to last a lot longer than just the weekend…two years longer. Starting at 10:30 tonight the Ramp from the Westbound Ville Marie to Highway 15 South will be closed until

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Striking Engineers + Turcot Shutdowns = More Traffic Headaches

Getting to the Champlain Bridge will be extremely difficult this weekend. Access to the span from the Eastbound 20, Southbound Decarie and the 720 West will all be closed to traffic as of Midnight Friday. A number of exits will be

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Local MP Steps Up To Help Victims Of Conjugal Violence

Vaudreuil-Soulanges MP Peter Schiefke has launched an initiative aimed at raising awareness of the Hébergement La Passerelle, a shelter that provides services and support to women and their children fleeing domestic violence. The drive is a way of marking the

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Who Won?

If you are looking to find out  who won the Municipal Elections in your town; here’s the easiest way. Just  visit the website of the Director General of Elections Quebec and type in the name of your town. All the

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Turcot Twists And Turns

Heading downtown through the Turcot Interchange any time soon? There is a new lane configuration from the eastbound 20 heading to either Decarie North, downtown or the Champlain Bridge.   Here’s a look:

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I Don’t Think It Will Last

A reminder that we move back to Standard Time this weekend. The clocks fall back an hour at 2am Sunday. Personally, I don’t think this will catch on. I say people will be turning their clocks ahead by sometime next

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