PHOTO COURTESY PEXELS Please join us at 513 Main Road in Hudson on Sunday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m. as the Wyman Choir presents ‘Christmas Reflections,’ an evening of choral music and a chance to sing your favorite carols. There is no charge but a freewill offering is greatly appreciated. Be sure to join the choir for a post-concert reception. All are welcome!
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PHOTO COURTESY IMDB.COM On Monday, December 16 the Hudson Film Society will be presenting The Farewell, a film that follows a Chinese family who, when they discover their beloved Grandmother has only a short time to live, decides not to tell her and schedules a visit to see her under the guise of a family wedding. The Farewell brings contentious ethical issues to a human level and wraps it with warmth and love. There are tears, without question, but also plenty of laughs alon
Dear Editor, There has been concern expressed lately about what we, as individuals, would like to pass on to our children and grandchildren. I would like to offer another perspective for us to consider: As a trained geologist, I can tell you that if a wetland is filled in and paved over or covered up, it will cause flooding in adjacent areas and worsen the flooding in the main river. This is basic geology- not a question of ‘if’ but of ‘when.’ Developing in wetlands has a per
PHOTO COURTESY SHUTTERSTOCK The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) is warning the public to be more cautious about a telephone fraud scheme that affects several regions of Quebec, including Vaudreuil-Soulanges, where there have been reports of this type of fraud. Description A citizen receives a phone call from someone who speaks English who may claim to be a police officer. They will then ask you to validate your name, social insurance number or other personal information. In the event t
PHOTO BY NICK ZACHARIAS These trees are stacked at the entrance to a recently cleared road in the Place Verde development in Saint-Lazare. The lifting of the moratorium on building to the west of here on the other side of Côte Saint-Charles has some residents concerned it will mean widespread clearing of old growth forest, but Mayor Robert Grimaudo explained that a new town council resolution means they will protect “most of the trees in that area.” The December meeting of th
PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK Pincourt resident Pierre Giasson watches for traffic as he crosses Boulevard Cardinal-Léger on December 11. Giasson and several other residents requested Mayor Yvan Cardinal to restore the stop signs that were removed by the town three weeks citing pedestrian safety concerns. The Town of Pincourt has said it will not reinstall a pair of stop signs at a crosswalk on Boulevard Cardinal-Léger despite pleas made by area residents to officials that the signs s
I PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK Vaudreuil-Dorion Mayor Guy Pilon displays a copy of the city’s 2020 budget that was presented during a special session of council at city hall on Monday, December 9. Individualized citizen portal will be implemented on city’s website Homeowners in Vaudreuil-Dorion will see their property tax bills increase by an average of three per cent after the city’s 2020 budget was adopted during a special council session on Monday, December 9. For a house evaluate
PHOTO COURTESY RONALD HERON Come join us for a community candlelight Christmas carol sing-in with the 20-member Stonehaven Orchestra and Singers (pictured above) taking place Friday, December 13, 7:30 p.m. in the hall at St. James Church. It will be a festive evening of traditional and present-day Christmas carols for the entire family. The concert is directed by Ronald and Rebecca Heron and is inspired by the annual CBC Sing-In. It features musicians, singers and some fa
PHOTO COURTESY SHUTTERSTOCK The Greenwood Centre for Living History presents its annual Old Fashioned Christmas at Greenwood, 254 Main Road on Sunday, December 15 at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Carols, Christmas baking, fiddlers and storytelling. Tickets are $15 and are available at Boutique Pure Art 422 Main Road. More info at greenwood-centre-hudson.org.