PHOTO COURTESY CASCA Hello, my name is Marigold and I’m a beautiful white and ginger female. I was born June 8, 2018 and I am a pretty and a little shy girl. My face is round which makes me look very sweet – which I am. I just came back from the vet and they found me in excellent health and ready for adoption. I love to be petted and the more I get to know you the less shy I become is what my foster mom found out. I am clean and live with another kitty and we get along well.
PHOTO COURTESY ANIMATCH Scally is a one-year-old male Nordic mix who came to Animatch through the Nordic Paws Project. He loves humans but is a little selective of dogs, and cats were made to chase. Because he probably had to fight for his food, he doesn't care for other dogs around his food bowl. A home where he isn't alone all day would be best, and obedience classes would go a long way in teaching him the ropes of family life. If your family is active and would enjoy havin
PHOTO COURTESY PEXELS The Hudson Garden Club is once again offering the Lambert de Wit education grant in 2019 to be awarded to a student in the field of horticulture or environmental studies. The $500 grant will be awarded in May to a student chosen by the HGC Selection Committee who meets the following criteria: The student’s home is located in Hudson, Saint-Lazare, or Rigaud and is: a high school student who has been accepted in a CEGEP, college, or university program rela
The Lakeshore Artists Association expo will be held April 26 to 28 at beautiful Fritz Farm, 20477 Lakeshore Road in Baie d’Urfé. Vernissage takes place Friday, April 26 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Exposition April 27 – 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Exhibition and sale for the benefit of NOVA. Raffle tickets will be sold on site for a chance to win a painting by Suzanne Belair or Charmian Gibson Silver.
PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK A week-long traffic survey has been conducted at the corner of Henry Ford Road and Rue des Méandres that will determine whether the Town of Vaudreuil-Dorion will install traffic lights or a three-way stop sign at the intersection. The City of Vaudreuil Dorion has been conducting a traffic study at the intersection of Henry Ford Road and Rue des Méandres for the past week that will determine the best approach to take regarding improving the flow of traffic
PHOTO BY CARMEN MARIE FABIO The sky shows through where the roof once stood on the Marco’s pizza restaurant on Ste. Anne Street in Ste. Anne de Bellevue. The fire broke out the morning of Tuesday, April 16 and over 80 firefighters tackled the blaze. The upper apartments were not occupied and no one was injured in the blaze. “It’s a great loss for the community,” said Ste. Anne’s Mayor Paola Hawa. “The owner was an active member of the Société de développement commercial (SDC)
PHOTO BY KELLY MIYAMOTO Cody Gilmore credits her mother Shelagh, in the photo she’s holding next to her husband Bob Gilmore, with teaching her the importance of volunteering. This June, the Hudson Country Homes Tour will be celebrating its 63rd anniversary. The tour is organized every year by determined and passionate volunteers and the funds raised go towards benefiting many different charitable organizations. Teamwork During the months leading up to the event, hundreds of v
PHOTO BY JAMES ARMSTRONG It was all hands on clippers and scissors as members of the Hudson Fire Department pitched in to shave heads on Saturday afternoon. The Hudson Fire Department’s 6th Annual Shave2Save fundraiser achieved its cumulative goal of $100,000. Volunteer organizer Ali Nadeau confirmed the good news to The Journal on Tuesday, April 16. “We surpassed that goal, that’s the total amount collected since we began in 2014.” Donations continue to trickle in so the amo
PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot Mayor Danie Deschênes said a new fire station necessary for the town is not to be used as a bargaining chip to advance a vision NDIP doesn’t support – namely an amalgamation of the island’s municipalities The City of Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot (NDIP) could go it alone in its quest to build a new fire station for its municipality, accusing its neighbouring city of Île-Perrot of, “...refusing to cooperate on the matter,” accordin
THE JOURNAL FILE PHOTO/JOHN JANTAK The only Saint-Lazare councillor to serve a second term after the 2017 municipal elections, District 2 Councillor Pamela Tremblay announced her resignation this week, saying she no longer identified with the current council. Almost a month to the day of the surprise resignation of Saint-Lazare District 3 Councillor Martin Couture on March 12 comes the news that District 2 Councillor Pamela Tremblay also tendered her resignation from council