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State Of Emergency Lifted In Rigaud

The State of Emergency has been lifted in Rigaud. But now, the task of cleaning up the debris that remains after the flood, begins. The town has made a couple of waste containers available for residents, one near the mail

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Pie Shell Recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for various brands of pie and tart shells due to the presence of E. coli bacteria. The shells produced by Edmonton-based Harlan Bakeries were sold across Canada under the Great Value,

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Weekend Roadwork In Montreal; Here’s The 411

You can’t there from here. Here’s what you can expect in the way of road closures and detours for the upcoming weekend. From 11:30 tonight, Highway 20 eastbound from the 138 off ramp to Angrignon Blvd. will be closed, that

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Sauve’s Is Open

Consider this a Public Service Announcement. A true sign of Spring and warmer weather is when George Sauve opens the doors and fires up the deep fryer. Can summer be far off? Visit their FB Page for opening hours (I’m

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Court Appearances For Suspected Bank Robbers

The three suspects from last Thursday’s bank Robbery and subsequent Police chase all made appearances at the Valleyfield courthouse yesterday. Sébastien Thibeault, 38, Johannie Massé, 22, and Maxime Dominingue-Turcotte, 21, all from Joliette, allegedly knocked off aTD Branch in Vaudreuil-Dorion

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Flood Preparations In Rigaud

With rain in the forecast today, the town of Rigaud is stepping up measures to deal with flooding in the area. Several roads have already been closed and three centres are available for residents to pick up sand bags. Authorities

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Habs Party In Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot

The Town of Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot will be throwing a pre-game tailgate party this Saturday ahead of game six of the Habs playoff series with the New York Rangers. That is if a game six is needed. In a statement, the town

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Flour Recall Updated

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has once again updated and expanded the recall and warning concerning flour and flour products that could be contaminated with E. Coli. The warning now includes 10 kg bags of Creative Baker all-purpose flour and

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Flour Re-call Expanded…Again

A recall of Robin Hood flour due to E. coli contamination, first announced last month in four western provinces and then expanded nationwide, is being broadened to additional products. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s initial recall affected Robin Hood Original

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Hudson Road Closure…

Emergency repair work on a culvert under Cameron in Hudson will result in the closure of the street from 8:30 this morning until 5 this afternoon. Cameron will be closed between Mount Pleasant and Wellesley for the duration. A detour

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David Letterman And His Sisters Pen A Touching Tribute To Their Mother…

David Letterman’s mother, Dorothy Mengering passed away this week at the age of 95. Dave’s Mum gained fame on the Letterman show over the years as a frequent guest and correspondent. David Letterman along with his sisters Jan and Gretchen

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Ginette Chante Encore…

Ginette is back. Quebec music icon Ginette Reno will be reprising her 2014 and 2015 playoff appearances at the Bell Centre when she performs the National Anthem before tonight’s first round opener between the Habs and the New York Rangers.

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Ice Cream Recall…

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says possible Listeria contamination has led to more varieties of sundae cups placed under recall. The agency announced earlier this month that Peterborough, Ontario-based Central Smith Creamery was recalling its Wholesome Farms brand of strawberry

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Other Than That, It Wasn’t Too Bad

Jay Rayner is an English restaurant critic (which in itself could be the seed of any number of jokes at he the Brits’ culinary expense) , who has written restaurant reviews in The Guardian Newspaper for nearly two decades. Given

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What’s In A Name

The Quebec Institute of Statistics  released a list of the one thousand most common surnames in the province. As one might expect, Tremblay tops the list. Click here to take a look at the full list and see if your

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