A worrying taxi experience
“I called my dad and he said ‘no, that’s not a good idea and that’s not how it should be.’”
When 19-year-old Madison Gilmer-Grenier asked her taxi driver if he accepted debit or credit card, he responded his machine was broken and said he would drive her to a bank.
READ THE STORY: EXCLUSIVE: Montreal teen experiences bizarre taxi ride home
New federal campaign, familiar faces
“You can’t expect to effect change if you don’t get involved in politics.”
If the slate of candidates running for federal office looks eerily familiar, that’s because several of them have stood for office before.
READ THE STORY: Familiar faces greet Montrealers on the federal campaign trail
Family pushes for better healthcare
“She’s struggling, so I didn’t expect to have to wait 11 months.”
In what doctors say are baby Ellie Fauteux final days, a nurse and a doctor from CLSC Vaudreuil have finally been assigned to her case.
Quirky back to school supplies
“I went to three different Jean Coutus, Walmart, Omer-DeSerres and even Michael’s looking for it.”
What’s the weirdest item on your child’s back to school supply list?
Keeping an eye on Beaconsfield garbage
“I’m not sure why they’d put cameras on trucks.”
City officials have unveiled a plan to further monitor garbage collection in Beaconsfield – by putting cameras on the trucks.
READ THE STORY: Beaconsfield residents angry about garbage truck cameras