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Running Out Of Clever Headline Ideas – Road Closures This Weekend

The Turcot Interchange features prominently again in his weekend’s round of road and ramp closures. The Decarie Expressway, Highway 20 and the Ville St-Pierre Interchange will all be affected as a result.   Starting at midnight tonight and running through

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Exploding Beer Bottles Force Recall

Exploding beer bottles have forced a local brewery to recall some of it’s wears. Le Castor brewery in Rigaud says if you have bottles of their beer, you should put them in the fridge for now if they aren’t already

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Welcome To The Weekend – Sorry, That Road Is Closed

The usual laundry list of weekend highway and ramp closures will be punctuated with the closure of several surface roads in the city because of the Montreal Marathon. Starting tonight at midnight and going through to Monday morning at 5

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Nissan Recalls Close To 240,000 Vehicles

Nissan is recalling nearly 240-thousand cars and S-U-Vs because an anti-lock brake pump can leak fluid onto a circuit board, causing an electrical short and creating a fire risk. If drivers see the anti-lock brake warning light for more than

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Chemin des Chenaux Overpass Off Limits Till…

Commuting by car in our area will be a little more difficult for the foreseeable future as the Chemin des Chenaux overpass on the 40 in Vaudreuil has been closed indefinitely. The 53 year-old structure has been under load restrictions

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Our friends at La Belle et La Boeuf found a unique way to thank someone for not drinking and driving. Management at the Boisbriand location noticed a car that had been parked in their lot overnight on the weekend and

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SQ Looking For Public’s Help In Locating Missing Valleyfield Teen

Local SQ are asking for your help in locating 17 year-old Lelya St-Pierre-Plouffe from Valleyfield. The teen has been missing since last Wednesday evening and may be in the Montreal area. Lelya is 5′ 4″ – 145 pounds with brown

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Malpeque Brand Oysters Recalled – Possible Salmonella Contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall of Malpeque brand Oysters due to possible salmonella contamination. The recalled Oysters are distributed by Future Seafoods Incorporated and the Agency says that Distributors, retailers as well as as restaurants and

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Saskatchewan Amber Alert Expanded

An Amber Alert has been expanded to include Alberta and Manitoba, as police in Saskatchewan continue their search for a missing six-year-old girl. Mounties issued an Amber Alert last night after Emma O’Keeffe, a Caucasian girl who suffers from epilepsy

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Re-Paving Will Close 40E From Ste-A-d-B to St.Charles Till Mid-November

A four kilometrre stretch of the Eastbound 40 will be closed for overnight repaving starting tonight and lasting into mid-November. The work will completely close the T-Can from 10pm-5am between the Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue exit and St-Charles Boulevard. A detour, moving traffic

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Don’t Even Bother – It’s Closed

The usual weekend road nonsense starts tonight at midnight and lingers until 5 Monday morning. Here are the Highlights: Northbound Highway 15 closed from De La Verendrye all the way onto the Decarie Expressway at Edouard-Montpetit. The ramp from Southbound

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Weekend Road Closures And One Re-Opening

Here are the areas that will cause the most trouble this weekend:   From Midnight tonight until 5 Monday morning, the Northbound 15 will be shut down completely between the downtown exit (58)  and the entrance to the Décarie Expressway at

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Byward Bear Update

There is a bear on the loose in Ottawa’s Byward market area this morning. The small black bear was first spotted at about a quarter to four this morning. Police have set up a perimeter to contain the bear and

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Much Ado About Not So Missing Mum And Daughter

Twenty nine year-old Audrey Rodrigue and her daughter Emily have been found safe and sound. As it turns out, they didn’t even know they were lost. The Mum and her daughter became the subjects of an extensive search in Northern

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No Labour Day Rest For Wicked Road Work

Labour Day weekend translates to an extra day of road closures through the Turcot interchange as well as on the 40, the 20, and 13. Another bit of business will see a new lane configuration being put in place for

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