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Major Weekend Road Closures

More traffic closures slated for the weekend in both the Turcot and Ville St-Pierre interchanges. Both East and Westbound lanes will be shutdown and ramps to and from the Mercier Bridge will be affected as well. Here’s a look at

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Remember Weekend Road Closures? They’re Back.

The closures actually started last night in some areas and will continue through to Tuesday morning as crews take advantage of lighter traffic volume and the long weekend. Roadwork was suspended weeks ago as part of the COVID-19 shutdown but,

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Look Up This Afternoon

The famed Canadian Forces Snowbirds are continuing their Operation Inspiration today and residents of the West Island and Valleyfield could catch a glimpse of the 9 aircraft as they travel from Montreal to Ottawa. The aerial squadron is set to

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Vaudreuil-Soulanges COVID-19 Numbers

As of yesterday, Sunday, April 12, 2020 there were 1,325 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in our region, the Monteregie. Keep in mind that the Monteregie is a very large area that starts around Sorel and goes all the way

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Update: Man Stabbed To Death In Hudson

Early this morning, at approximately a quarter past six, a 52 year-old man was stabbed to death after he broke into a neighbour’s home on the West end of Main Road in Hudson. According to investigators, a woman in her

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Suspicious Death In Hudson

Details are sketchy at the moment but, the Surete du Quebec is investigating what they are calling a “suspicious death” in Hudson. What we do know is that at about a quarter past six this morning, officers from the SQ’s

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The Latest Numbers

Across the province, the number of COVID-19 cases jumped by over 9 Hundred to 5,518 confirmed  cases. The number of deaths now stands at 36 up by 3 from Wednesday. There are 96 patients in intensive care, up from 82

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Quebec In Partial Shutdown – Here’s What’s Open

During his daily COVID-19 update yesterday, Premier Francois Legault announced that he was ordering the closure of all “non-essential” businesses starting tonight at midnight and going forward until Easter Monday, April 13th. On the long list of businesses that can

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Federal COVID-19 Aid – How To Apply

Canada’s federal political parties are now working together to recall Parliament in order to get billions of dollars of aid into the hands of Canadians as quickly as possible. The government earmarked 82-billion-dollars, 27-billion of which will be direct aid

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Province’s Schools, Colleges, Universities, Daycares All Closed For The Next Two Weeks

At a news conference this morning in Quebec City, CAQ Premier, Francois Legault announced that every elementary and high school, CEGEP, university, and daycare in the province will be closed down for the next two weeks. The Premier was updating

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Soulanges Irish Society Irishman Of The Year Gala Postponed

Amid fears concerning the COVID-19 outbreak the Soulanges Irish Society decided today to postpone tomorrow’s Irishman Of The Year Gala that was to be held at the Whitlock Golf and Country Club. As is the case with the Soulanges Irish

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11th Annual Hudson St-Patrick’s Parade Postponed Over COVID-19 Fears

After almost a full day of consultation and discussion, The Soulanges Irish Society decided to postpone next Saturday’s St-Patrick’s Parade in Hudson. Stressing that the move is a postponement and not a cancellation, the Society’s Vice President of Communications, Brenda

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Woman With COVID-19 Used Bus & Metro While Symptomatic

There are now seven people in Quebec confirmed to have the coronavirus. That news came late last night via a post on the Provincial Health Ministry’s website. Earlier in the day yesterday, there were four confirmed cases and one presumptive.

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Hudson Parade A “GO”

Despite concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak, the Hudson St-Patrick’s Parade is on. The green line will be painted on Main Road and the Parade will proceed along the usual route on schedule at one o’clock in the afternoon of Saturday,

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A Handful Of Closures In The Turcot This Weekend

This weekend’s road and ramp closures will focus mainly on the 136 (720) in the Turcot Interchange as construction continues on new infrastructure. A stretch of St-Jacques Street will be closed as well. Here’s a look at the planned closures:

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