PHOTO COURTESY ALESSANDRO ARDUINI Lilas Arduini (left) and Léa-Maude Dolbec are organizing a fundraising supper to help raise money for the Hébergement La Passerelle women’s shelter in Vaudreuil-Soulanges. Two Vaudreuil-Soulanges teenagers have teamed up to organize a community supper to help raise funds for Hébergement La Passerelle, a temporary shelter founded in 1996 for women with children within the region who are living with conjugal violence. Lilas Arduini of Vaudreuil
PHOTO COURTESY RICHARD PROULX Eleven judo competitors from Dojo Perrot Shima in Île-Perrot made the trip to Jonquière in spite of a snowstorm for a judo selection tournament to go to the Canadian Championship – seven made it on the podium.
(Front, left to right): Brooke Proulx Olson, bronze; Tyler D’Arterio, 5th; and Alex Bulakh bronze.
(Second row, left to right): Emma Proulx Olson, silver in U-14 and Bronze in U-16; Dakota Proulx Olson, 5th; Thomas Scripcariu, bronze; Sha
PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK Vaudreuil-Dorion Liberal MP Peter Schiefke and Catherine McKenna, the federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, answer reporters’ questions during a press conference outside L’Île-Perrot city hall regarding possible future upgrades to the L’Île-Perrot and Pincourt / Terrasse-Vaudreuil train stations. Improving public access to the two commuter train stations on the island of Île-Perrot was the focus of a meeting that was attended by Catherine Mc
PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK The Vaudreuil-Soulanges MRC has retained the services of a lawyer in an attempt to prevent the provincial government from allowing mining companies to operate within its territory. The Municipalité Régionale de Comté (MRC) de Vaudreuil-Soulanges adopted a resolution at its monthly council meeting on February 26 to hire a lawyer in order to stop the provincial government from allowing mining activities to be conducted within the region. The decision to tak
City will also provide firefighting services to Pointe-des-Cascades PHOTO BY JOHN JANTAK Vaudreuil-Dorion council approved a resolution to rent 24 inflatable pneumatic plugs to prevent water back flows in its sewer system in case flooding recurs in the region again this spring. The City of Vaudreuil-Dorion is not waiting to see if another flood may occur again along its shoreline with Vaudreuil Bay this spring. City council took a proactive stance and adopted a resolution dur
PHOTO BY JULES-PIERRE MALARTE JJ Corker was one of a number of residents who took to the mic at the March 2 council meeting to press council for firm answers on its pesticide by-law policies. The Town of Hudson held their monthly meeting March 2, and despite a number of different items on the agenda, pesticides were the most important subject on the mind of many of the attending residents. Residents availed themselves of both question periods to raise their concerns over enfo
PHOTO BY TOMMY FURINO Assistant Director and actor Mary Vuorela commends the bravery of The Full Monty cast who are all ages, shapes, and sizes and, "damn, they're sexy." When the assistant director of The Full Monty says the play is going to shake up the small town where it’s having its North American debut, you pay attention. That’s the promise of Mary Vuorela whose own posterior may (or may not) make a cameo in the upcoming 11-day run at the Hudson Village Theatre (HVT). “
PHOTO COURTESY ERMITAGE STE-CROIX Join your sisters on a journey of spiritual no urishment and personal growth at a silent retreat hosted by the Anglican Diocese of Montreal. Every woman needs a quiet time when she can stop, reflect and turn to God; a time when she can think through the priorities of her life without those inevitable interruptions and those seemingly endless demands on her time and energy; a time for renewing herself mentally, physically and spiritually. Wome