PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK The SPVM Station 1 police are still investigating a gunshot incident that took place in the overnight hours in the north sector of Ste. Anne de Bellevue on May 2, according to Commander Éric Breton. Resident complains about speeding and noisy cars SPVM Station 1 police are still investigating an incident in the north sector of Ste. Anne de Bellevue that was described by a resident as an apparent drive-by shooting that happened on Rue Grenier on May 2. The
PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK A temporary dike filled with sand and sandbags still lines the waterfront along a portion of St. Charles Avenue in Vaudreuil-Dorion on May 21. Mayor Guy Pilon said the town will recycle the sand and gravel used during the recent flooding for various public works programs such building temporary roads. With water levels slowly dropping in the Lake of Two Mountains and the Ottawa River, municipalities now have to decide what they’ll do with the piles of san
PHOTO COURTESY PEXELS One week later and here’s my update beautiful people – none. Zip. Nada. Glad we had this chat. Still a gaggle of metal staples in the legs that itch terribly (but no scratching allowed). Follow up is Friday so maybe it will be time to dig ‘em out! I am now starting to wear a rut in the floor as I shamble from bed to recliner and back again for more than two weeks. The only positive so far is that my ‘playoff beard’ is starting to take shape. I decided th
PHOTO COURTESY SHUTTERSTOCK Local animal rescue organizations CASCA and Stéri le chat have joined forces to host a low-cost microchipping and clipping clinic for cats and dogs. The event will be held at the Stephen F. Shaar Community Centre, 394 Main Road in Hudson on Saturday, May 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All profits will go to non-profit animal rescue organizations. The microchiping procedure, which is no more complicated than a basic vaccination, will be performed by loca
PHOTO COURTESY ANIMATCH Jigger, the 3 ½ year-old male Beagle mix, was picked up as a stray. He is very friendly, sociable and loves people. He is a mixed breed, but his nose is 100 per cent Beagle so a fenced yard is necessary to keep him safe. Jigger is quite fond of his own voice so he wouldn't do well in an apartment or condo. He gets along with other dogs and would love to take obedience classes. He would like a family who includes him in their activities. If you think yo
Maurice is a grand and elegant orange and white cat. He was born April 26, 2017. He is affectionate, very pleasant, playful, and enjoys children. He is curious and active and loves to explore his environment. He likes to be brushed and petted and makes for great company. Maurice is vaccinated and sterilized. For more information on Maurice, contact Casca by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHOTO COURTESY SHUTTERSTOCK The 2019 Heritage May Show Festival takes place Sunday, May 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in beautiful Vankleek Hill. Come for the children's parade, shopping galore, fantastic food, arts, crafts, music, singing, and dancing in the street. Main Street, Vankleek Hill Village, Ontario. Highway 417, Exit 17 or 27.
Photo by Gabrielle Turcotte
Hudson's famous Finnegan's Market is open Saturdays until the end of October. Featuring a huge assortment of handicrafts, antiques, plants, farm produce and baked goods, and so much more. Join us at 775 Main Road, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
PHOTO COURTESY ARLENE KINGSLAND Participants in a parent/junior tournament finish a fun day at the Royal Oak Tennis Club in Hudson, now celebrating its 110th anniversary. This summer marks the 110th anniversary of the Royal Oak Tennis Club, established beside the Ottawa River in Hudson in 1909, just a short volley from its current location. The club has enjoyed a sporting membership ever since. Members to this day compete for club championship trophies almost as old as the Gr