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Make Sure You Aren’t On Thin Ice

Being in an area that features an abundance of water lends itself to any number of winter activities on frozen lakes, rivers and ponds. Just because temperatures have been below freezing and ice has formed, doesn’t necessarily mean that the

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Another Produce Recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning consumers of a recall of certain cauliflower, red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce from Adam Bros. Farming Inc. of Santa Maria, California due to possible e-coli contamination. The products are being pulled

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GoFundMe Campaign For St-Lazare Family Who Lost Their Home To Fire

The Holiday period can be stressful enough even if you are gainfully employed and have a warm house in which to live. Last Wednesday, a St-Lazare family saw their lives change in a matter of moments as fire ripped through

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Nothing Festive About This Weekend’s Road Closures

This weekend’s road and ramp closures are going to require some serious planning to circumvent. Highways 10-15 and 20 will all see lane closures as will the Bonaventure. Of course the Turcot and Ville St-Pierre interchanges will be subject to

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St-Lazare Home Destroyed By Fire

A St-Lazare family lost their home to fire yesterday afternoon. Calls came in to 911 shortly after 1:30 yesterday afternoon and by the time St-Lazare firefighters arrived the fire was fully engaged. Firefighters from five other municipalities, including Hudson and

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Long Term Road Closures In Effect

A few road closures that came into effect over the weekend will remain in place until the end of 2019. The de La Verendrye exit from Highway 15 South is now closed until the end of next year (click for

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Laval Police Looking For Missing 22 Year-Old

Laval Police are asking for the public’s help in locating 22 year-old Emine Caglayan. She has been missing since Saturday evening when she called 911 and said she feared for her life. Her car was found yesterday morning in Pierrefonds.

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Don’t Bother, That Road Is Closed

More major road closures on the way for the weekend with the Turcot Interchange featuring prominently again. Highway 20, the 15 in the Turcot Interchange and the Decarie expressway are all among the affected routes. Also affected, the 136 and

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“Baby It’s Cold Outside” Really?

It started at a radio station in Cleveland and now Rogers Media, Bell Media and the taxpayer funded CBC have all jumped on the bandwagon. The issue? A song that was written in 1944, won an Oscar for Best Original

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Chemin Des Chenaux Overpass Won’t Re-Open Anytime Soon.

The Chemin des Chenaux overpass on the 40 in Vaudreuil-Dorion could remain closed until 2021. That, according to Vaudreuil-Dorion Mayor Guy Pilon. A citizen asked Mayor Pilon for an update on the overpass at council last night and the mayor

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Île-aux-Tourtes To Be Replaced

It seems that the Provincial Transport Ministry has decided enough is enough with the Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge. They say that the constant upgrades and renovations just aren’t making the grade and that the span is going to have to be replaced.

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Operation Nez Rouge’s First Weekend Is A Busy One

Close to Six Thousand over-served revelers gave Operation Nez-Rouge a call in the province over the weekend, their first in operation this season. More than 46 Hundred volunteers made sure everyone arrived home safely. The free ride service is now

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Routes To Avoid This Weekend

It is the weekend and that means road closures in Montreal. The Turcot interchange will be completely inaccessible this weekend and, the Westbound 20 through the Ville St. Pierre interchange will be shut down as well including the 20 west

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CP’s Holiday Train Rolls Into West Island

Canadian Pacific’s Holiday Train will be making its Montreal area stops this evening. The brightly lit train stops at Montreal West at 6:45 then moves west to the Beaconsfield for a stop at 8:20. At each stop there will be

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Snow, No Storm, Some School Closures

While Environment Canada has lifted their Snowfall Warning for our area, not too far to the North there are school closures due to the weather. Three schools in the Sir Wilfred Laurier School Board are closed for the day. They

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