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Four More Baby Cheetahs In The Province

Following the first ever birth of cheetahs in the province last year, Parc Safari announced that four more baby cheetahs were born about 10 weeks ago. The new kittens made their first outing with their mum a little while ago

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A Canadian Connection To The Thai Cave Rescue Saga

Erik Brown, from Langley B.C. owns a diving company in Thailand and when he heard about the boys trapped in a flooded cave he flew, without hesitation and art his own expense, to the area and offered his services. Mr.

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Dogs No Longer Welcome On Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Boardwalk

You can no longer take your dog with you when you go for a stroll on the Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Boardwalk. After a 25 year ban on dogs was lifted in 2014, the town installed dog waste bag dispensers at a cost

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

As the world celebrates the heroic rescue effort that freed 12 young soccer players and their coach from a small ledge four kilometres inside a flooded cave in Thailand, many are taking time to remember the one volunteer who gave

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They’re All Out

Just moments ago word came from Thailand that all 12 of the young soccer players trapped for over two weeks four kilometres into a flooded cave have been brought out safely. The boy’s 25 year-old coach has been brought out

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Hema Quebec Asking For Your Help

Hema Quebec is asking for the public’s help as a result of a drop in donations in recent weeks. The blood bank says that its supply of O-Negative and O-Positive are running dangerously low. On a post on their Facebook

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Boil Water Advisory Extended For Saint-Clet

Residents of Saint-Clet are entering their eighth day of a boil water advisory. A water main break over the weekend, forced officials to extend the advisory, which was already in place due to a failure at the water treatment site.

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Ninth and Tenth Boys Are Out Of “The Cave”

Word from Thailand in the past 20 minutes ago is that a ninth and tenth boy have been successfully rescued form the cave where twelve young soccer players and their coach have been trapped for over two weeks. Today’s rescue

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Number Of Rescued From Thai Cave Has Jumped To Seven

7 of the young soccer players stranded in a Northern Thai cave have been brought to safety. Divers, now familiar with the route and the methods used to extract the children are able to work more quickly than they did

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A New Phase For Turcot Results In Long-Term Closures

Long-term closures start today on the Décarie Expressway and will be in place until the fall of 2018. The closures  are required to rebuild a section of Highway 15 as part of the Turcot project. As of 5 this morning:

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Weekend-And Longer-Road Closures

Attache ta tuque…some of this weekend’s road closures will be in place for as long as two years. Here are the closures that start at midnight tonight and run through until Monday morning at 5: Highway 15, northbound, between exit 63 —

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Saint-Clet Remains Under Boil Water Advisory

The town of Saint-Clet is entering its third day under a “Boil Water Advisory”. Residents should boil tap water for at least a minute before consumption. A failure in the town’s water treatment system triggered the advisory which will be

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Free Day At The Beach

The Municipal Beach at St. Zotique is offering a free day’s admission to area residents on a town-by town basis. Hudson’s free day at the beach is July 9th – St-Lazare is the 7th of August. Here’s the complete list

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Hudson Community Pool Cancels Programmes But Remains Open

According to their Facebook page, the Hudson Community Pool has cancelled all swimming lessons and programmes for today and tomorrow. The pool will however will remain open to the public, free of charge, from 10am to 9pm.

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Pierrefonds-Roxboro’s Canada Day Parade Cancelled

Our forecasted heat wave is being cited as the reason for the cancellation of Pierrefonds-Roxboro’s Canada Day Parade. Borough mayor Jim Beis, said in a statement that “This decision was made as a precautionary measure for the health and safety

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