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Outdoor Watering Ban In Saddlebrook

A full outdoor watering ban is in effect in St-Lazare’s Saddlebrook area. A breakdown of equipment in the area’s water system required the town to put the ban in place until further notice. For complete details and a map of

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Continuing Education Coming To St-Lazare

For the first time, the Lester B. Pearson School Board will be offering Continuing Education classes in an off-island setting. Starting this September at St. Lazare’s Westwood Junior High, six courses will be offered to students whose goal is to

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SAQ Strike Update

You may have been disappointed if you tried to do some shopping at the SAQ yesterday. The union representing over Five Thousand Liquor Commission workers walked of the job unexpectedly just after 10 yesterday morning. Last month, upset with the

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Wild Boars Released

The Wild Boars soccer team is out of the hospital. The 12 boys rescued from the cave in Thailand will publicly share their stories at about 10 o’clock our time this morning. The boys, who were trapped in a flooded

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Peter Schiefke Tours Saint-Polycarpe Train Derailment Site

The cleanup of  Monday evening’s train derailment in St-Polycarpe is expected to take at least one week. More than 20 cars, some of them carrying liquid propane and diesel fuel, left the tracks with a couple of them ending up

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Louis’ First Photos

In honour of Prince Louis’ christening earlier this month, Kensington Palace has released five official photos taken after the ceremony. The images taken by celebrity photographer Matt Holyoak, show Prince William and his wife Kate posing with their three children

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Frozen Berry Recall

Over the weekend, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced the re-call of a popular brand of frozen mixed berries. Europe’s Best Field Berry Mixes have been  recalled due to possible salmonella contamination. A re-call in another country triggered the Canadian

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Major Spruce-Up For Iconic Water Tower

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue’s landmark water tower is about to undergo some much needed repairs and an overall facelift. Fixing crumbling concrete and a fresh coat of paint are the main items to be addressed in the multi-phase project which is expected to

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Hudson Council Emergency Meeting Tonight To Discuss Sandy Beach Dog Ban

There will be a special meeting of council tonight in Hudson. Most notably, on the agenda is the banning of dogs in the Sandy beach area including on trails far from the water’s edge. The ban was made public yesterday

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SQ Looking For Your Help In Finding A Fraudster

The SQ is asking for your help in tracking down a fraud suspect who has been plying his trade in Vaudreuil-Dorion. The man in question has, on at least, two occasions, used counterfeit U.S. bills to purchase prepaid cards and

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Four More Baby Cheetahs In The Province

Following the first ever birth of cheetahs in the province last year, Parc Safari announced that four more baby cheetahs were born about 10 weeks ago. The new kittens made their first outing with their mum a little while ago

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A Canadian Connection To The Thai Cave Rescue Saga

Erik Brown, from Langley B.C. owns a diving company in Thailand and when he heard about the boys trapped in a flooded cave he flew, without hesitation and art his own expense, to the area and offered his services. Mr.

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Dogs No Longer Welcome On Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Boardwalk

You can no longer take your dog with you when you go for a stroll on the Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Boardwalk. After a 25 year ban on dogs was lifted in 2014, the town installed dog waste bag dispensers at a cost

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

As the world celebrates the heroic rescue effort that freed 12 young soccer players and their coach from a small ledge four kilometres inside a flooded cave in Thailand, many are taking time to remember the one volunteer who gave

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They’re All Out

Just moments ago word came from Thailand that all 12 of the young soccer players trapped for over two weeks four kilometres into a flooded cave have been brought out safely. The boy’s 25 year-old coach has been brought out

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