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Our dear Karen lost her courageous battle with cancer Feb. 19. Karen is pre-deceased by her father, Ian Gordon, and survived by her three beloved children; her mother, Betty Gordon; sister Linda Powell (Greg) and their children; and sister Dianne
Pierre Morand retired a week ago from the Lachute fire department and was headed with his wife to Pembroke Park, Florida, where the couple has a mobile home.
One of the largest animal rescue operations in Canadian history just got a lot bigger: about 90 puppies have been born since hundreds of dogs were seized northwest of Ottawa. "We have a lot of puppies here and a lot more puppies coming," said Rebecca
Authorities say they returned 19 huskies taken by animal advocates to a Canadian man living in a tent with 18 more of the dogs. Canadian broadcaster CTV reported Monday the Lachute, Quebec, man had taken in several of the huskies some time ago after
Animal rights advocates say they have found more than 30 malnourished dogs tied to trees on a property northwest of Montreal. The Huskies were discovered Saturday in a wooded area near Lachute, Que. after the advocates received a tip about their
P.E.I.The federal government will spend $71.6 million to help repair storm-damaged harbours in Atlantic Canada, Quebec and Manitoba. In addition, $800,000 will be set aside to fix battered navigational aids. Several storms in 2010 including hurricane
The Canadian Press/City TV has reported that "A minor earthquake, with a 4.7 magnitude, has been detected in western Quebec.Natural Resources Canada says the quake was centered in Lachute, Que., between Ottawa and Montreal, and struck
A 4.7-magnitude earthquake was observed in many parts of Ottawa today. The earthquake shook a wide area from the Laurentians to the north of Montreal, extending to Ottawa region. Seismologists in Canada observed that the
According to sources, a small 4.7-magnitude earthquake was felt in the western Quebec area in Canada. The earthquake was centered in Lachute, Quebec, which lies between Ottawa and Montreal. The epicenter of the earthquake was almost
A controversial ad suggesting it was safe to appease a crying baby by putting the child on a working dryer has been withdrawn. Brault and Martineau, a Quebec-based home-furnishings chain, pulled the ad after it was contacted by the Montreal Children'