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Darwin Bridge Overpass

Montreal’s Darwin bridge construction project uses recycled glass


The press about Tina



On this tiny Montreal island, Christians, Muslims and Jews pray under the same roof

No calèches on Montreal streets this summer

Montreal mom creates networking app for women

Demolition of L'Île-des-Soeurs bridge - Interview with Liam Carter

7 must see charts before you rent a condominium in Nuns' Island

Teen killed in stabbing


Lachine Canal

Lavish Nuns' Island estate offers all you want in a mansion

Hunters killing deer with arrows on Montreal's Île aux hérons
At the government's request

Councillor wants Verdun to stop beaver trapping on Nuns' Island



BMO Opens "Studio" Branch in New Urban Village on Nun's Island

New school on Nuns' Island should offer an international program

Another part of Montreal rejects traffic lights

Walking Turcot Yards

Turcot - ça va être beau!

Nun's Island Is Awesome!

iWeb expanding Montreal data centre on Nun's Island

Discover Marché familial de L'Île-des-Soeurs

Parenting workshops on Nun's Island

Nuns' Island might get second elementary school in Parc de la Fontaine

World's "Most Beautiful Gas Station" Converted Into Cultural Center

The future school

Weather - Île-des-Soeurs

FOMO (the Fear of Missing Out) causes ITSO (the Inability to Switch Off)

Black Theatre Workshop presents its 41st season Mainstage production Stori Ya by Joan M. Kivanda,
directed by Millie Tresierra and starring Warona Setshwaelo in her BTW Mainstage theatre debut.
Stori Ya is presented at the Mai 3680 Jeanne-Mance – November 16 to December 4, 2011.

Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys plans to build school on Nuns' Island scuttled

Results of register on project to build new L'Île-des-Sœurs elementary school

The Verdun Borough Takes Time Out for Reflection Before Announcing Follow-up Actions on This Matter

VERDUN, QC, Oct. 26, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ - The Verdun Borough has taken note that the register held today

contains a sufficient number of signatures opposing the project to build a new elementary school

in the L'Île-des-Soeurs neighbourhood to now authorize a referendum.

Such a referendum would concern the zoning amendment planned to build this school on a small part of De la Fontaine park.

747 residents signed the register—479 more than the minimum required to proceed to the next step in such a case,

which would be to hold a referendum. A total of 2,677 residents living in areas adjacent to De la Fontaine park

were eligible to sign this register.

Claude Trudel, Mayor of the Verdun Borough

and responsible for public safety and security on Ville de Montréal's Executive Committee,

stated that he was taking the time to meet with his Council members before commenting on the results of the register

and announcing follow-up actions on this matter.

The Arrangement : a play Written by Nuns' Island resident Christine Rodriguez

Commissions: a way of appearing to do something without doing a thing?

Future elementary school in De la Fontaine park - Resumption of Process to Adopt Zoning Change

11 septembre - Suburban Education and Activity Fair 

Verdun super-committee seeks suitable site for island school

Nuns' Island controversy around new school




Verdun borough urged to block Nuns' Island school



Art of Raising Children


Nuns' Island an easy commute from the city core

Westcliffe Group plans 25-storey tower of condos for Nuns' Island
First tower delivery in December 2013

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A Jewish Community Grows On Nun's Island

Nuns' Island apartment an ideal compromise


Developer Alan Marcovitz president of the Westcliff bullish on Nuns' Island condos - Edmonton Journal - Gazette


Lion King to make Montreal debut


Verdun: The bliss of a balanced budget


Software to measure Netizens' emotions


Scotland blanks South Africa




A taste for the outdoors 

Little known parks by the water offer ideal spots for some alfresco dining - Montreal Gazette


Synagogue Finds a Home on Nun’s Island

Monday, February 28, 2011
By Levi Stein

Once home to a community of a decidedly different religious order, Montreal’s Nun’s Island now has its own Chabad-Lubavitch center.

Rabbi Levi and Mushki Itkin recently moved from Brooklyn, N.Y., to establish the Chabad House just a few miles from downtown.
From there, they run a synagogue and community center with Torah classes, Shabbat meals, youth programs and holiday celebrations.

“We just finished our first series of Torah classes,” stated the rabbi, “and one person decided to start donning the prayer boxes known as tefillin every day.”



Rabbi Levi Itkin and his wife, Chaya Mushka, a young couple from New York, have opened the first Chabad centre on Nuns’ Island.
They are offering weekly Torah classes at their home and organizing holiday events. Every Friday, they deliver challahs to Jewish homes and invite guests for Shabbat dinner.
The Jewish population of Nuns’ Island may be small, but Rabbi Itkin said it’s his mission to bring a sense of pride to Jews wherever they are.
He’s also extending his reach into Verdun and across the Champlain Bridge to Brossard. “I think there are more Jewish people in this area than people think. 
They are just anonymous,” he said. Visit or call 762-1298


Strip club 'like gunpowder': gang expert 
Régie hears of volatile situation; Club's alleged controller is looking for a new front, informant told police


Montreal-area lakes, rivers cleaner: report
But contamination in waterways far from being fixed


Walking club




The Suburban


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