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Election Selfie

On November 5th Montreal elected its first woman mayor, Valerie Plante. I was volunteering that day and spent a couple of hours in the De l’Eglise Metro handing out voting reminders. 88 more words


Montreal elections 2017: Verdun results

Voters across the province of Quebec head to the polls to choose their next mayors and councillors Sunday, Nov. 5.

READ MORE:¬†Live results across Greater Montreal… 69 more words


Verdun residents clean up alleyway after animals reported poisoned in borough

In response to recent reports of animals being poisoned in Verdun, a group of citizens have decided to try and help create change.

“I really want to see a cleaner Verdun,” said resident Erica Feininger. 329 more words


News 1

Before I go to bed at night, I love to surf the web for games that interest me. Usually, these games interest me because their trailers depict a great storyline, are FPS (first person shooter), or they have the setting in a historical time period. 1,091 more words

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Bistro Piquillo

This restaurant has a very special place in my heart. We discovered it a few years ago when we were looking for a breakfast place in Verdun. 169 more words


Grimskunk at Verdun Art

Yesterday was the now annual event on Wellington street called Verdun Art organized by Nadia Gagnon of Maltehops. And it was nothing less than an awesome day of music on the street. 114 more words



The memorial museum at Verdun in Eastern France gives a striking impression of this central point of one of the key battles of WW1. Between 1916 and 1917 French and German generals rained down uncountable munitions on soldiers in a hell on earth, with multiple initiatives and counter-initiatives. 180 more words