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New (And Slightly Improved) Flood Zone Map

It took thousands of West Island and Vaudreuil-Soulanges residents packing into crowded meeting rooms to do it but, the CAQ government seems to have heard what appeared to many to be blatantly obvious. The Provincial government’s clearly flawed floodplain map

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Kale Salad Recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced the recall of a prepackaged kale salad in six provinces including here in Quebec. Eat Smart Brand Sweet Kale Vegetable Salad Bag Kits sold in 794 Gram (28oz) bags with a best before date

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A Day At The Beach…Free Of Charge

Once again this year, the administration at the St-Zotique Beach is offering area residents a day at the beach free of charge. The free beach days are done on a town by town basis. Today, residents of Vaudreuil-Dorion have their

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IMPORTANT…Check The Map – Go To The Meeting

There are more questions than answers at the moment and because of that Vaudreuil-Dorion Mayor, Guy Pilon is encouraging Vaudreuil-Soulanges residents to take a close look at the Provincial Government’s draft decree establishing a Special Flood Intervention Zone. Hundreds, if

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Get Ready For A Long Weekend…Of Road Closures

There will be significant closures in the areas leading to and from the new Champlain Bridge both on the South Shore and on the Montreal side. The roadwork will be done over the next two holiday weekends. This weekend, the

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Trout Spread Recall

The Provincial Ministry Agriculture, Fisheries and Food issued a recall of Smoked Trout spread sold by National Herring Company due to possible listeria contamination. The product was sold across the province under the brand name “La Boucanerie” in 160 gram

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The Cones Will Be Everywhere This Weekend

Of particular note to West Islanders, the Highway 13 overpass crossing the 40 will be torn down this weekend and that means that the 13 will be closed starting at 10 tonight and running through to Monday morning at 5.

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Hudson-Oka Ferry Open For The Season

Better Late Than Never… Water on the Ottawa River has receded enough to allow for the official season opening of the Hudson-Oka Ferry. Operations began at 6 this morning taking commuters on the 10 minute ride across the river…and back.

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Best Way To Avoid Traffic Tie Ups This Weekend – Stay Home

Make sure to take note of all the closure maps should you be planning to go anywhere in your car this weekend. This weekend’s road closures coupled with F-1 traffic will no doubt lead to increased travel times for anyone

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Town-Wide Garage Sale In Hudson

The Town of Hudson will be holding their town-wide garage sale this Saturday. The event is scheduled between 9am and 4pm regardless of weather but, it looks as though Saturday will be sunny with a high of 24 so, no

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Chocolate-Raspberry Dessert Recall

Health Canada is reporting the recall of France Délices brand Choco-Raspberry Crunchy due to possible norovirus contamination of the raspberries used in the product. Consumers are warned to not consume the product and retailers to not sell, nor serve the

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Baby Sleepwear Recall

Health Canada issued a recall for a line of Sleep Bags made in China and distributed in Canada by Perlimpinpin Inc. The garments in question do not meet flammability requirements for children’s sleepwear under Canadian law. About 1900 of the

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Pointe-Fortune / Carillon Ferry Opens For The Season

While the Hudson/Oka Ferry remains closed due to high water levels, operators at the Pointe-Fortune/Carillon Ferry announced on their website and Facebook page that they are open for the season as of today. Operations started at 6am and run until

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Boating Restrictions Lifted

Good News for boaters in the region, according to a press release on the Transport Canada website, Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau has lifted the navigation restrictions on the Ottawa River, Lake of Two Mountains, Rivière des Mille Îles, and

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A More Difficult Than Usual Weekend For Road Closures In Town

A couple of cycling events in Montreal will add to traffic headaches this weekend. Once again the Turcot interchange and many of its access ramps will be shut down most notably, access to and from the Decarie Expressway, as well

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