March 19, 2020


Gamin, a 7-year-old miniature poodle, was given up because his family no longer had time for him. He was already an anxious dog, so this has been very difficult for him. He may snap when overwhelmed and needs a lot of space. Having another well-balanced dog in the home might take the focus off him, as he doesn't like being the centre of attention. Gamin needs an adult home with a patient guardian who won't give up on him when the going gets tough. If that sounds like you, fill out the form and ask for Gamin. For more information on Gamin or any of the other dogs available for adoption, go to

March 19, 2020


Sweet little Nouka was born June, 2019 and has been spayed and vaccinated. She is shy at first, but getting more confident every day. She loves cuddles and is very playful. She has the softest fur that will require regular brushing to keep it tangle free. She loves being brushed though, so it’s all okay with her. She is a lovable little girl, good with other cats. She needs a patient home that will give her the time and love she needs to blossom into the sweet, confident kitty that she is. For more information regarding Nouka, please write to us at

March 19, 2020

Due to multiple closures of commercial establishments in our region, The Journal’s delivery team will be concentrating their efforts to leave the maximum amount of newspapers where you can most easily and safely access them – grocery stores and pharmacies. Should this change in the immediate future, we’ll keep you posted.

March 19, 2020


Like the vast majority of voluntary action centers in Quebec, L'Actuel continues to offer its services but on a limited basis. We want to reassure you and keep you informed of the measures we have put in place to ensure your safety and wellbeing as well as that of our employees.

L'Actuel offers services to isolated and vulnerable clienteles. Despite the pandemic, our concern is to maintain our essential services. Food, clothing and baby essentials will continue. People who need help can contact Geneviève Gravel at or (450) 455-3331 ext. 228.

During this time of crisis, security calls and medication reminders from the PAIR program continue to be available ensuring the safety of seniors and isolated people. L'Actuel will provide subscriber service and can accept new registrations without problem. For more information, contact (450) 455-3331 ext. 0.

Our collective cooking groups, friendship visits, and parental respite programs are s...

March 18, 2020


This is the short story of a patriarch who ruled and lived with many creatures of his own kind for many years. Lion was a gentle but strong ruler and now he wants a quieter kingdom. His beautiful lion's coat had to be shaved due to neglect and is now growing in nicely.
He is a very friendly and affectionate cat, healthy, vetted, and clean and really wants to be part of a new family. He was born on July 31, 2013. (He told me in confidence that he didn't want the old kingdom anymore but a solid and loving furever home/kingdom). Lion is ready to move on.

For more information, please contact Anne at

March 16, 2020

You have our personal commitment that COVID-19 has our full attention. The safety and well-being of our team members and their families, our clients and our readers are paramount. We are taking the necessary steps to stay informed on the ever-changing situation, and doing our best to stay safe and keep you informed. In order to ensure our weekly newspaper is safe to pick up at drop off points or from your mailbox or mailbox kiosk, we are doing the following:

  •  Jim Allan, president of Hebdo Litho (the company we use to print our newspaper), has taken measures to ensure all employees wear gloves from the beginning of the press run, to the very end of loading the papers onto the truck.

  • Our very own delivery team are sporting gloves throughout the delivery day so that anyone picking up a newspaper will be the first set of hands touching it.

In addition to these steps taken, we also remain committed to taking care of our team. We’re requiring team members who are sick to stay...

March 12, 2020


The Quebec Family History Society, a federally registered non-profit, is offering a one-day conference on ‘Discovering your British Isles Roots.’ Presenters Gary Schroder, Kelley O'Rourke and Deborah Waddell will guide you through Birth, Marriage, and Death records in Ireland, England, and Scotland. Also included are probate records from England. Join us Saturday, March 28, from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at 153 rue Sainte-Anne in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. The cost is $40 per person.  Open to everyone! Registration information at or call (514) 695-1502.

March 12, 2020


Living with Arthritis – A series of five sessions delving into: coping tips, nutrition, exercise, alternative therapies, etc.  Free. Beginning April 6 at Chalet Holleuffer in Kirkland, 75 rue Charlevoix, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  Registration is a must.  Contact Arthritis West Island Self Help (AWISH) at (514) 631-3288 or

March 12, 2020


Join us for Le Nichoir’s premier annual fundraiser A Taste of Hudson. This year’s theme, ‘Together we can save birds,’ celebrates our vibrant local wild birdlife and Le Nichoir’s contributions to wild bird conservation. We are excited to welcome Elias Makos as our MC and Robin Pridham of Pridham’s Auction House as our auctioneer again this year. This event features unique and delicious meals prepared by 13 local chefs and businesses. A beautiful venue, fabulous food, live music and both silent and live auctions – A Taste of Hudson promises to be a night you won’t forget! Come out and show your support for Le Nichoir’s efforts to help save wild birds. Saturday, March 28 at the Whitlock Golf and Country Club, 128 Côte Saint-Charles, Hudson. 5:30 p.m. appetizers, cash bar and music, 6:30 p.m. dinner. Silent and Live auctions. $125 ($75 tax receipt available). Reserve your tickets today! Call (450) 458-2809, ext. 6.

March 12, 2020


Bar Chez Maurice invites you to give blood Monday, March 16 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 1897 chemin Sainte-Angélique in Saint-Lazare. The objective of this event is to welcome 195 donors. You will be helping save lives! A thousand blood donations are needed each day to maintain the collective blood supply at an optimal level. Blood can be given every 56 days by a man and every 84 days by a woman. Anyone in good health, aged 18 years or older, can generally donate blood. Before attending a blood drive, you can verify your eligibility by contacting the Donor Services department at 1-800-847-2525 or by visiting, under the section Blood > Donors > Who Can Donate? If you’ve travelled outside the country, check if your destination is considered at risk for malaria, the Zika virus or other similar viruses.

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