Greenpeace activists climb the Olympic Stadium tower

Three Greenpeace environmental activists climbed the Olympic Stadium tower on Thursday morning to protest the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in British Columbia. The well-equipped climbers began their ascent around 6 am and unfurled a giant banner on which it was written: “Do not mess our money: Stop Pipelines”. In a statement, Greenpeace explained that the […]

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Turgeon Street will get a makeover

(Sainte-Thérèse) The Town of Sainte-Thérèse announced the redevelopment of a portion of Turgeon Street between Dubois and Joseph-Hamelin Streets, an investment of $ 14.5 million. “We are pleased to present to you today the biggest project of urban renewal ever conducted by the city of Sainte-Thérèse,” said the Mayor of Sainte-Thérèse Sylvie Surprenant at a […]

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Bye bye Facebook

I left Facebook a few weeks ago and I welcome this decision. It is so difficult to leave this labyrinth designed so that we can leave it that I needed the coaching of an expert knowledge in the field. I was tired of receiving photos of kittens and vacation spots, birthday announcements, targeted advertising, and […]

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Exo trains: their customers do not want discounts

Commuter rail customers do not want to know anything about the compensation offered by exo for the many delays over the past three weeks on the Deux-Montagnes and Mascouche lines. Users want more concrete solutions. In a letter obtained by the “24 Hours”, Raymond Bachant, CEO of exo, asked the Regional Metropolitan Transport Authority (ARTM), which […]

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Ford recalls 550,000 vehicles

Ford has recalled 550,000 in North America. Of these, 37,000 are in Canada. This recall concerns a fault in the gearbox. Indeed, the ring that unites the selection cable and the transmission could come off. Thus, when a driver manipulates his gear lever to engage the Park position, for example, the vehicle may remain in the Drive […]

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Costco launches online sales

Costco customers in southern Ontario can now purchase non-perishable foods and other products online, and get free orders over $ 75. Costco announced Wednesday the launch of its new online shopping and delivery service in Canada. This initiative aims to compete with Amazon.com, which is about to enter the food market. Recently, Costco was offering these options […]

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