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4.2 Temblor Rattles The Region

There have been no reports of damage nor injury, and there are none expected, but people throughout the West Island and in many off island communities as far away as Ormstown, St-Bruno and into Ontario are reporting feeling a slight

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***UPDATE*** Ottawa Shooting – One Dead

Ottawa Police are now reporting that one person was killed and three seriously injured in this morning’s shooting in the centre of the city about a kilometre from Parliament Hill. Officers responded to a call reporting several gunshots on Gilmour

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Shooting In Ottawa – “Many Injuries”

Ottawa Police are reporting several injuries following a shooting incident in a central Ottawa residential neighbourhood about a kilometre from Parliament Hill. First Responders were called to an address on Gilmour between Bank and Kent at about 7:30 this morning.

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LGH ER Most Crowded In Montreal

The Lakeshore General Hospital reported yesterday that its ER was operating at 235 percent capacity making it the most overcrowded emergency room in the city. Hospital officials said that there were 73 patients on stretchers, that number included 27 patients

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Snow Blower Recall

Health Canada has issued a recall for snow blowers that were sold between 2004 and 2006. Plastic tire rims on the machines can break should the tires be overinflated causing injuries. As of last month, 36 injuries had been reported 

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Weekend Road Closures…And An Opening

While this weekend’s road and ramp closures will be significant, mainly affecting the 20 in both the Turcot and Ville St-Pierre Interchanges, there is some good news as well. As of Monday morning, the De La Vérendrye entrance and exit

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After The Fire…How You Can Help

Fire destroyed the building that housed the office and Thrift Shop belonging to the West Island Assistance Fund on Monday afternoon. As if that loss wasn’t devastating enough for the local charity,  (the thrift shop represents half of their income)

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Highways 40 And 13 Feature Prominently In This Weekend’s Road Closures

Some significant road closures on the way for this weekend. Links between the 20 and the 15 in the Turcot interchange will be shut down as will the 13 at the 40 merge. Also look for road and ramp closures

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Weekend Road Closures On And Off Island

Highways 136 and 20 through the Turcot Interchange will be off limits this weekend in addition to a number of important downtown entrances to the interchange and access ramps to and from the Decarie Expressway. Closures will also affect the

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Clear Track For The Canadian Holiday Train

Tonight is the Night… The Canadian Holiday Train will be making it’s West Island Stop tonight at the Beaconsfield Commuter Train Station. The popular and brightly decorated train rolls in at 8:30 and features a number of performers. If you

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Hot Dog Recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for Lafleur Brand Original Hot Dogs due to a high risk of Listeria contamination. The hot dogs were sold in 450 gram packages with a best before date of January 15th,

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Major Road Closures In The Works For This Weekend

Major closures through the Turcot Interchange start tonight and go through until Monday morning while out our way, Highway 40 will be closed (including the l’Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge) from 8:30 Saturday evening until 10:30 Sunday morning. Complete details of all the

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Highway 40 In Vaudreuil Will Be Closed This Weekend

Beginning this Saturday evening at 8:30, Highway 40 in Vaudreuil-Dorion will closed in both directions until 10:30 the following morning. The closure is to allow for the demolition of the Chemin des Chenaux overpass which was deemed unsafe last year

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Hudson Boil Water Advisory Lifted

The Town of Hudson announced last night that the Boil Water Advisory for Alstonvale and Hudson Valleys was lifted and that residents in those areas can now safely consume their tap water.  

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