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Kensington Palace Releases Official Wedding Photos

According to a statement from Kensington Palace, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have released three official photographs taken on their wedding day. The photos were  taken by Alexi Lubomirski and include a group photograph with bridesmaids and close family,

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Ste-Angelique Repaving Will Cause Detours And Delays In St-Lazare

Paving work is underway on a short stretch of Ste-Angelique in St-Lazare. Ste-Angelique will be closed to traffic between Daniel and des Cedres until this Friday and that closure means that there are some significant detours in place. Businesses in

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No Holiday Weekend For Roadwork…

We may be on the cusp of a long weekend, but there will be no time off for road and ramp closures in the coming days. Once again, the Turcot and Ville St. Pierre interchanges will be the areas that

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Changes To The Highway Code Come Into Effect Tomorrow

Changes to the province’s highway code will come into effect tomorrow with more on the way in the summer and later in the year.. The list of changes is extensive and affect everyone who uses public roads including cyclists, pedestrians

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A Quick Look At Some Of Today’s News Headlines

The weekend will once again be accentuated by road and ramp closures making it particularly difficult to get in or out of the downtown core. It won’t be just downtown access that is affected though, The main trouble spots will

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If It’s Friday, There Must Be Road Closures Coming

The weekend will once again be accentuated by road and ramp closures making it particularly difficult to get in or out of the downtown core. It won’t be just downtown access that is affected though, the main trouble spots will

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A Few Of The News Stories We Are Following This Morning

The City of Montreal has partially lifted a complete ban on water use for a downtown neighbourhood. The measure was put in place after 7 people fell ill after a spill of cooling fluid from an air conditioning unit at

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Fund Raising Event Benefiting West Island Youth

Action jeunesse de l’Ouest-de-l’Île – AJOI – a West Island nonprofit that offers help to youth at risk, is holding a fund raising event this week. AJOI is hosting a community dinner aimed at raising funds for a homeless shelter

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It’s The Weekend And That Means Road Closures

It is Friday and that means weekend road and ramp closures in Montreal and this weekend is no different. Some of the highlights: starting at 10 tonight and running through to Monday morning,  Decarie south access to both the 20

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Hudson – Oka Ferry Aiming At May 2nd To Open For The Season

In a Facebook post this morning, Traverse Oka-Hudson announced that they are hoping to beginning operations for the 2018 season on this coming Wednesday May 2nd. The Oka – Hudson Ferry has been navigating the Ottawa River since 1909.

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School Bus Drivers Back Behind The Wheel

School busses in our area will be back on the road this morning. Drivers with Autoubus Lucien Bissonnette voted in favour of an agreement hammered out yesterday. Some four thousand students in the Lester B. Pearson and Trois Lacs School

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Herbal Tea Recall

Traditional Medicinals is voluntarily recalling its Throat Coat Lemon Echinacea Herbal Tea. This, following the discovery of salmonella contamination in an ingredient. Health Canada says that the tea was sold in boxes of 20 tea bags in stores and online

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School Bus Strike Affects 4000 Area Students – What You Need To Know

Negotiations over the past few days aimed at avoiding a general strike by school bus drivers in our area broke down and, as a result, drivers with Les Autobus Lucien Bissonnette voted against their employer’s latest contract offer and will

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Enjoy The Weekend – Leave Your Car At Home

The Decarie interchange, Turcot interchange, Champlain Bridge and Bonaventure expressway will all be subject to closures and detours starting this evening and running through to  Monday morning making  accessing the downtown core from just about anywhere a nightmare this weekend.

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CP Strike Will Not Shut Down Commuter Train Service

The looming strike by 3400 CP Rail employees will not affect commuter train service on RTM lines as was originally thought. CP has assured the RTM that passenger train service will be maintained during any work stoppage but they warned

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