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Commitment: To Wait or Not To Wait PARKLAND: Fifty years later, an assassination still fascinating- Movie Review City of Dorval Renewal of the 4 Aces Certification Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Fast Food After Parties at Montreal’s Finest Restaurants Gravity Movie Review John Abbott College Unveils Wall of Recognition The Inner Fire of the Human Spirit 767 CHALLENGE Benefits Special Olympics Quebec Capitol Theatre: Then and Now Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims October 12th World Breastfeeding Week at Jewish General Hospital Sean Keane Fundraiser at Comedyworks October 10th The Universe of Italian White Wines 3 local MPs speak against Parliament prorogation Five ways to reach more potential buyers with the latest internet technology Knowledge is Power – Your Kids and Social Media Atlantic City: More than just salt water taffy, the Boardwalk and casinos Butternut squash soup Still Foolin’ ‘Em by Billy Crystal

Commitment: To Wait or Not To Wait

Do Not Be With Someone That Does Not Want To Be With You By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships There are times when individuals stay with

PARKLAND: Fifty years later, an assassination still fascinating- Movie Review

Movie Review by Sergio Martinez On November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas, an event that left in shock not

City of Dorval Renewal of the 4 Aces Certification

Dorval- The 26th Annual Rues principales Foundation Conference, held last September, was an opportunity to renew the “4 Aces of Sustainable and Concerted Development” certification

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

On Saturday September 21st, over 60 enthusiastic Dorval Scouters and their families volunteered their time to participate in The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. This cleanup

Fast Food After Parties at Montreal’s Finest Restaurants

MTL’s Finest : Afterparty Fast Food Binge By Alyssa De Rosa When the clock strikes 3:00 AM on a Friday or Saturday night in Montreal,

Gravity Movie Review

Movie Review by Sergio Martinez GRAVITY: Great images and special effects, but where is the story? Two Hollywood stars, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock playing

John Abbott College Unveils Wall of Recognition

WALL OF RECOGNITION UNVEILED AT JOHN ABBOTT COLLEGE Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – October 1, 2013 – The wall of recognition honouring major donors to the Building Futures

The Inner Fire of the Human Spirit

The Inner Fire by Jade Horner-Chinappi There lies in all of us an imaginary creature that protects our soul and reminds us of our voice.

767 CHALLENGE Benefits Special Olympics Quebec

DÉFI 767 CHALLENGE by Dick Nieuwendyk Last Sunday, September 29, over 25 teams of 15 members, participated in the 767 Challenge, using only their human

Capitol Theatre: Then and Now

Capitol Theatre by Dick Nieuwendyk The Capitol opened on 2nd April, 1921 for the Famous Players. The opening programme had Cecil B. DeMilles motion picture

Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims October 12th

Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims to be held in Pointe-Claire by John Symon The “Concert for Lac-Mégantic” will take place on Saturday, October 12 at

World Breastfeeding Week at Jewish General Hospital

The Jewish General Hospital celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2013 Some new mothers may not realize that they already carry the cheapest and most effective life-saver

Sean Keane Fundraiser at Comedyworks October 10th

Remembering Sean Keane By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships The first time I got to know Sean Keane was back in January 1995. I had seen

The Universe of Italian White Wines

            The Universe of Italian White Wines By Marco Giovanetti When you think of Italian wine, do you think of

3 local MPs speak against Parliament prorogation

Decry 1,000 questions that will not be asked…   by John Symon   Three local Members of Parliament (MPs) spoke out this week against the

Five ways to reach more potential buyers with the latest internet technology

Home Selling 2.0   Five ways to reach more potential buyers with the latest internet technology   By: Andrew Mitchell   So you’ve decided to

Knowledge is Power – Your Kids and Social Media

Attention Parents, technology and social media is the new reality. With teens whose school supplies include laptops, grade school kids communicating with their teacher and

Atlantic City: More than just salt water taffy, the Boardwalk and casinos

By: Stuart Nulman   When you think of Atlantic City, what quickly comes to mind are the casinos, salt water taffy, Monopoly, Miss America, the

Butternut squash soup

Chef Peter Webster – Bouquet Garni   Autumn is soup weather!  It is one of the ultimate comfort foods.  Sitting down to a bowl of

Still Foolin’ ‘Em by Billy Crystal

By Stuart Nulman   Still Foolin’ ‘Em by Billy Crystal (Henry Holt, $29.99)   On March 14 of this year, comedian/actor Billy Crystal turned 65.

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The Universe of Italian White Wines
Posted On September 29, 2013 | No Comments

            The Universe of Italian White Wines By Marco Giovanetti When you think of Italian wine, do you think of Chianti? Barolo? Barbaresco? How about Arneis or Soave or Gavi? [...]

Sean Keane Fundraiser at Comedyworks October 10th
Posted On September 30, 2013 | No Comments

Remembering Sean Keane By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships The first time I got to know Sean Keane was back in January 1995. I had seen him perform on stage a couple of years earlier, but [...]

World Breastfeeding Week at Jewish General Hospital
Posted On September 30, 2013 | No Comments

The Jewish General Hospital celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2013 Some new mothers may not realize that they already carry the cheapest and most effective life-saver – breast milk. In fact, if every infant was given [...]

Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims October 12th
Posted On October 2, 2013 | No Comments

Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims to be held in Pointe-Claire by John Symon The “Concert for Lac-Mégantic” will take place on Saturday, October 12 at Le Pionnier in Pointe-Claire. All proceeds from the concert will [...]

Capitol Theatre: Then and Now
Posted On October 2, 2013 | No Comments

Capitol Theatre by Dick Nieuwendyk The Capitol opened on 2nd April, 1921 for the Famous Players. The opening programme had Cecil B. DeMilles motion picture “Forbidden Fruit” as the main attraction. It could originally seat [...]

767 CHALLENGE Benefits Special Olympics Quebec
Posted On October 2, 2013 | No Comments

DÉFI 767 CHALLENGE by Dick Nieuwendyk Last Sunday, September 29, over 25 teams of 15 members, participated in the 767 Challenge, using only their human strength to pull an aircraft weighing 72,767 kilos over a [...]

The Inner Fire of the Human Spirit
Posted On October 4, 2013 | No Comments

The Inner Fire by Jade Horner-Chinappi There lies in all of us an imaginary creature that protects our soul and reminds us of our voice. Visually they can be imagined as beings such as Dragons, [...]

Gravity Movie Review

Gravity Movie Review

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