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Weekend Road Woes Continue

Once again this weekend, Transport Quebec suggests avoiding both the Turcot and Ville St. Pierre interchanges. Road and ramp closures will make getting in and out of the downtown core a trying task as of midnight tonight. Highway 20 will

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Olympian Eric Lamaze Battling Brain Tumour

Canada’s most decorated Olympic Show Jumping rider, Eric Lamaze confirmed earlier this week that he is battling a brain tumour. The 51 year-old Montreal native said that he has been dealing with cancer for the last 18 months. Despite that,

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Long Weekend Road Closures

Welcome to the long weekend. There will however, be no extra day off as far as road work is concerned. The Turcot interchange will see the bulk of the weekend’s work which starts at midnight tonight and lasts until 5

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Flood Clean-Up Volunteers Wanted In Hudson

The Town of Hudson is calling for volunteers to help their neighbours clean up flood debris on their properties. The “Big Clean-up” is this Saturday and next, starting at 10 in the morning. Property owners who need help can register

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Town Of Hudson Giving Away Free Trees Today

The Town of Hudson is giving away free saplings to Hudson residents this evening from 6 to  7 o’clock. The event is taking place at the Community Centre on Main Road (394 Main Road). Once everyone has their free sapling,

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We Have A Winner

A big CONGRATULATIONS to Wendy Borsuk of Dollard-des-Ormeaux. Wendy was the Grand Prize Winner in our Mom Match Contest held last week. Wendy qualified last Friday on the Ted Bird Morning Show, picking up a beautiful watch and neckless gift set from Bijouterie

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You Can Get There But…

Now that we can access the island of Montreal with relative ease, traveling into the downtown core will once again pose some difficulties this weekend. Closures through the Turcot interchange will affect the 15, the 20 and St-Jacques Street in

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Latest Flood Stats And Emergency Phone Numbers From Vaudreuil-Soulanges

Taking stock as we move in to Day 16 of flooding; while water levels are stable and in some cases falling, authorities remind residents to remain vigilant as precipitation could affect the wartershed. Ile-Perrot has renewed their State of Emergency

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Transport Quebec Delivers Pleasent Surprise – Galipeault Open

What came as a very pleasant surprise to West Island and Off Island commuters as well as media following the flooding situation, Transport Quebec announced the re-opening of the Galipeault and Proulx Bridges this afternoon after both were completely shut

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Waiting For Galipeault? Don’t Hold Your Breath

Welcome to Day 15 of watching flood waters and Day 6 of the Galipeault Bridge closure. Water levels in the Ottawa River and the Lake of Two Mountains remain stable for the most part and are expected to decline slightly

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The Latest Stats From Vaudreuil-Soulanges + Emergency Phone Numbers

While water levels seem to be stabilizing, authorities with the Vaudreuil-Soulanges MRC warn residents to remain vigilant. The latest numbers from the county show that Rigaud and Pointe-Fortune remain the hardest hit areas with a total of 261 homes affected

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A Sure Sign Of Spring In Hudson

It is the news that thousands wait to hear every Spring; Sauve’s opens today. In a post on the Restaurant Sauve Facebook page, proprietor, George Sauve announced that the iconic landmark on Main Road in Hudson will be open for

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Floods: Some Good News – Some Not So Good – Some Phone Numbers

Galipeault Bridge The Galipeault Bridge remains closed for the fifth day today. The span was opened to pedestrians and cyclists yesterday but before vehicles will be allowed across, water levels have to decrease more and the bridge will have to

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Spring Floods: Where To Go If You Can Volunteer Or If You Need Assistance

As water levels stabilize somewhat in our area, experts warn that we could see rising waters before things get better for good. With that in mind, whether you need help or can offer your time to volunteer, here are a

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Some Ste-Marthe-Sur-Le-Lac Residents Allowed To Return Home

Mayor Sonia Paulus, in Ste-Marthe-Sur-le-Lac, announced this morning that the evacuation order that forced over Six Thousand people from their homes over the weekend has been partially lifted. Residents of Twenty Five Hundred flooded homes will be allowed to return

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