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Environment

If you have looked at the weather forecast for the next 7 days, you are seeing right. We are in for another heatwave and it’s going to be hotter than the previous ones. The Weather Network is showing temperatures (feels like) reaching 40 Degrees Celsius. On how to stay hydrated and splash pads acros…
Business

The Ecomuseum has been closed for about 4 months due to COVID-19 but finally reopened last Friday, June 26th. The West Island Blog went to visit the Ecomuseum to note any new rules and regulations amidst COVID-19 as well as talking to a few guests on their experience. We spoke with David Rodrigue, e…
Community

As gatherings of more than 50 people remain banned due to COVID-19 precautions, many local and national Canada Day celebrations have been cancelled. Don’t worry – there are still ways to celebrate your Canadian pride thanks to some pretty cool virtual celebrations. D.D.O. Virtual Canada Day Celebrat…
Transit

As you may have probably already noticed the launching gantries in the West Island (Anne and Marie) to construct the 14.5 km of the elevated structure, this operation will involve installing the segments that will form the REM’s deck over Saint-Charles and Saint-Jean Boulevard. Some may be concerne…
Business

The West Island Blog spoke with Jim Beauchamp, president of the merchants on Ste-Anne Street and owner of Cunningham’s Pub in Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue about the measures that have been implemented since the reopening of restaurants post-covid. Not all pubs and restaurants will operate the same, but Jim …
Featured Story

As a professional real estate broker, and I believe I speak for many of my colleagues here, we love any opportunity to talk real estate! We eat, sleep and drink it, and eagerly share our insights and experiences with anyone who shows even the slightest hint of interest! And… we’re rather unapologeti…
Community

Hundreds of people showed solidarity towards Black Lives Matter in various cities across the West Island within the last 2 weeks. Kathleen McAdams and Allison Saunders, organizers of the Pointe-Claire Take a Knee event on June 14th, called on citizens to continue taking a stand and to reach out to t…
Community

Jordyn Shell, 25-year-old Dollard-des-Ormeaux resident has recently been gaining lots of traction from creating her very own tie-dye charity. She tie-dyes the clothes herself, most notably using the Champion brand sweaters and crewnecks. 100% of the proceeds go towards the COVID relief fund at the G…
Recipes

The fast-food industry is often blamed for many things, from adding unhealthy ingredients to its recipes to creating waste. If you enjoy takeout foods, but you don’t want the “extras”, you can choose to cook at home. At first glance, you may think that it would be hard work for you to put together t…
Keeping it Real

There are a lot of people who have family issues and most of the time many of these remain in the long run mostly because the bonds that were formed during the years were not very solid. It probably was nobody’s fault, but you can do a lot about changing the dynamics in your family …
Community

Message from The West Island Cancer Wellness Centre: “JUNE 26TH is National Cancer Wellness Awareness Day. The goal of this day is to increase awareness of cancer wellness. We want everyone living with cancer to know that it is possible to live well and to reach out and to wellness programs in their…