Topics
Publishers
Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
The Suburban December 15, 2010
Newspapers | News 2010-12-15 13:43:24
Page 1 of 13
  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 1

    7493 Transcanada Highway, suite 100, St. Laurent (Quebec) H4T 1T3 Tel : (514) 448-6270 Fax : (514) 448-6272 www.synergysmc.com SINCE 1963 CITY EDITION By Dan Delmar The Suburban Côte des Neiges-NDG councillors are calling their counterparts in Westmount "selfish" for diverting all MUHC superhospital construction traffic into the borough; Montreal officials will even look into possibly annexing #1 Apple Service in Montreal the eastern tip of the site, which is in the neighbouring city's territory. At the last borough council meeting, councillors unanimously asked the Quebec government to step in to force Westmount to open their Landsdowne Ave. entrance to the Glen Yards, the site of the HYUNDAI PRESTIGE WITH 0% UP TO 84 MONTHS!* 2010 DODGE JOURNEY JOURNEY DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP TM The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. � Annual purchase fi nancing rate upon approval by Hyundai Financial Services on the 2011 Tucson L, manual transmission, from $21,874. Financing example and actual terms and conditions on advertised offers: $21,874 at an annual rate of 0% is equivalent to monthly payments of 364.57 for 60 months. Cash down required of $0. Cost of loan is $0 for a total obligation of $21,874.20. Fees of $115 (tire tax of $15 and air tax of $100), Delivery and Destination charges of $1,760 for 2011 Tucson are included. Registration, insurance, license fees, RDPRM and applicable taxes are excluded from Purchase financing offers. ** Leasing offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services based on a new 2011 Tucson L, manual transmission. Monthly payment is is $246 per month for a 60 month walk-away lease. Down Payment of $2,225 and first monthly payment required. Fees of $115 (tire tax of $15 and air tax of $100), Delivery and Destination charges of $1,760 for the 2011 Tucson is included. Registration, insurance, license fees, RDPRM and applicable taxes are excluded. $0 security deposit on all models. 20,000 km allowance per year applies. Additional charge of $0.10/km. Fuel consumption for the 2011 Tucson L, 5-speed (HWY 7.4L/100KM; CITY 10.1L/100KM is based on EnerGuide fuel consumption ratings. Actual fuel efficiency may vary based on driving conditions and the addition of certain vehicle accessories. Fuel economy figures are used for comparison purposes only. � Offers available for a limited time and subject to change or cancellation without notice. Pictures for illustration puposes only. Hyundai Prestige for complete details * A/C * AUTOMATIC * POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS * ABS BRAKES ALL INCLUDED: * Transport * A/C Tax * Prep FREE WINTER TIRES AND FREE STORAGE future superhospital, which is located in both Montreal and Westmount. In a strongly-worded motion, the borough's position states that Westmount's actions have led to an unfair level of irritants for NDG residents and could even delay † Brand Brand New New QUEBEC'S LARGEST ENGLISH WEEKLY NEWSPAPER ETCETERA Battle of the Bands goes into overdrive Last week, I threw all caution to the wind and made my way downtown the day after Montreal was hit with its first snowstorm of the season - and I hate venturing into the downtown maze even on the best of days. Don't get me started! ‰ Page 18 ARTS... ETCETERA Making her Bones in youth fiction Kathy Reichs in distinguishable in a number of ways. One of only 82 forensic anthropologists certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology, Reichs is on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Forensic Science and an occasional professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. ‰ Page 31 GMAA SPORTS Warriors dominate Trojans The Loyola Warriors defended their home ice by defeating the PCHS Trojans 7- 1 in boys' juvenile hockey action at the Ed Meagher arena Thursday. ‰ Page 45 THE CSST: A REASON FOR ANGRYPHONE, PAGE 14 Could Montreal annex part of Westmount? See WESTMOUNT, page 3 $ $ 17,995 17,995 * *PLUS TAXES. PHOTO FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY. 3400 SOURCES BLVD., D.D.O. WWW.DESSOURCES.COM By P.A. Sévigny The Suburban + $ 300 SERVICE CREDIT 1-888-273-2033 DECEMBER 15, 2010 1ST PLACE WINNER FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE IN SNA'S NORTH AMERICAN AWARDS. As of last week, Quebec's political fringe once again managed to dominate the province's political narrative as a radical nationalist organization known as the RRQ (Le Réseau de Résistance des Québecois) used the province's own political financing laws to mount a campaign designed to harass and perhaps intimidate anyone who may be thinking of writing a big cheque to help the province's Liberal Party win the next election. "Of course, it's a threat," said wellknown Montreal lawyer Bernard Amyot. Even as some recipients continue to consider the RRQ's gutter politics to be nothing more than a sad and twisted joke, others, including Amyot, believe the RRQ's latest initiative is nothing less than a blatant form of "we know where you live," style of street gang coercion. "It's nothing See DONORS, page 9 THE SUBURBAN'S THREE EDITIONS - CITY, WEST ISLAND AND EAST END - HAVE REACHED A TOTAL CIRCULATION OF 145,000 COPIES! DAN DELMAR PHOTO Separatists attempt to intimidate Liberal donors Prominent Montreal lawyer and commentator denounces tactics by 'bums' 6435 Saint-Jacques West Montreal, corner Cavendish www.hyundaiprestige.com (514)252-7777

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 2

    2 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 Around the Towns CSL LIBRARY RICHLER REMINDERS Côte St. Luc's Eleanor London Library is reminding the public of two events this week related to the late author Mordecai Richler. The first is a film screening and discussion of the documentary The Last of the Wild Jews, a "fascinating and original look at the persona and work of Mordecai Richler," says a library announcement. The screening is Thursday, Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. The second is an "author talk," in which Canadian novelist and biographer Charles Foran will discuss his new biography Mordecai: The Life and Times. The talk takes place Friday, Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 the day of the event. For more information, call 514-485-6900. The library is at 5851 Cavendish Blvd. in Côte St. Luc. VOLUNTEERS WANTED TO HELP CSL SENIORS Côte St. Luc councillor Glenn Nashen appealed on his blog for volunteers to help local seniors with mobility problems move their blue (recyclables) or brown (compost material) bins to the curb for pick-up. "Some seniors find it difficult to maneuver their bin to the curb so I am asking younger neighbours to lend a helping hand," said Nashen, the council member responsible for public safety. "You could help your neighbour roll the bin up the driveway, or even simpler, just let your neighbour put his or her recyclables or organic waste in your bin - if you have room. Seniors living alone may only have a small amount to place in the bins and can benefit from you having already placed your bin at the curb. In this way there is no bin for the senior resident to roll back in the cold and dark wintery nights. "There probably aren't a lot of people who need help as the new bins have wheels and are easier to move than the old blue boxes, which required that you bend and carry it in your arms," Nashen added. "However, some might need a little extra help and we want to remind residents that neighbours helping neighbours is part of what makes Côte St. Luc so special." For more information, call 514-485-6800. MOWEST MEETING REMINDER The Montreal West council meeting takes place Thursday Dec. 16 at town hall, 50 Westminster South. The 2011 budget will be presented at 7 p.m., and council members will take questions from the public. The regular council meeting will take place at 8 p.m. Expect some attendees to ask questions about the Devil's Hill barrier and possibly the planned Pharmaprix store for Westminster. - Joel Goldenberg PAGE TWO Hit and run on Highway 40 A hit and run driver struck another car on westbound Highway 40 near Côte Vertu in St. Laurent Thursday afternoon, spinning it around to face the eastbound direction. The accident left one person seriously injured and another less seriously injured, according to Sûrété du Québec spokesman Benoît Richard. Neither injury was life threatening, and both victims were transported to the Jewish General Hospital. An ambulance and numerous firefighters were on the scene to extricate the car's occupants. CSL mulls more taxi stands in city By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban Côte St. Luc mayor Anthony Housefather says his council will consider a request for an expansion of taxi stand space in his city, in the possible form of community taxi stands. Council regular Bernard Tonchin brought up the issue at a recent city council meeting. He was speaking on behalf of a local taxi company. Tonchin pointed out that he gave council a letter from the company this past April. The resident explained that last month, the company received a reply from a city department, and was told a bylaw prohibits taxi stands on city Publisher: Michael Sochaczevski Associate Publisher: Sari Medicoff VP Business Development & Marketing: David Solomon Sales Manager: David Broadman Production Manager: Karen L. Cross Classified Manager: Charmaine Worrell Credit Manager: Carol Balinsky 7575 Trans-Canada Highway, Suite 105, St. Laurent, QC H4T 1V6 (514) 484-1107 (Fax) 484-9616 suburban@thesuburban.com www.thesuburban.com Some images and graphics Copyright 2009 Michael Publishing and its licensors. All rights reserved. streets. "The company was told that the bylaw is what it is," Tonchin added. "Can bylaws be changed?" Housefather replied that bylaws can indeed be changed. The resident said he believes the request to be reasonable, and that the company is "clean and reliable. "He told me we only have what seems to be private taxi stands," Tonchin explained. "If you rent space from a mall, you have the right to have a taxi there. We have no parking on streets as taxi stands. We have a big community, and the company mentioned in its letter that there are places like Mount Sinai, Maimonides, city hall, the recre- Editor-in-chief: Beryl Wajsman (editor@thesuburban.com) Associate Editor: Anthony Bonaparte (anthony@thesuburban.com) Sports Editor: Mark Lidbetter (sports@thesuburban.com) Editorial Staff: Joel Ceausu, Dan Delmar, Joel Goldenberg, Walter J. Lyng, P.A. Sévigny, Samantha St. Jules, Kevin Woodhouse ation centre... the citizens who use the company have to wait too long for taxis to come, because there are no stands north of Côte St. Luc Road. "Perhaps we can consider community stands, for a multitude of taxis, because it is an income for the city too if we get paid for the space to use the stand." Housefather said the city cannot give preference to one taxi company over another, but Tonchin said he was asking for community stands. "The council will take your comments under advisement and consider whether or not we want to broaden the number of taxi stands we have in the city," the mayor said.n Editorial Contributors: Maria I. Anelli, Sam Bick, Mike Cohen, Alex Di Pietro, Mitch Gallo, Ian Howarth, David Lisbona, Bernard Mendelman, Lisa K. Savage, Abby Schachter, Linda Zlatkin, Irene Chwalkowski, Ethan Gordon, Jenn Hardy, Geneviève Waller, Nicholas Ward Photographers: Rob Amyot, Owain Harris, Andrew Soong, Rob Taussig CONTACT US via email: Letters: editor@thesuburban.com | Entertainment: entertainment@thesuburban.com | Features: anthony@thesuburban.com | Sports: sports@thesuburban.com | Community Events: calendar@thesuburban.com | Advertising material: production@thesuburban.com Publisher's liability for error: The publisher shall not be liable for slight changes or typographical errors that do not lessen the value of an advertisement. The publisher's liability for other errors or omissions in connection with any advertisement is strictly limited to publication of the advertisement in any subsequent issue or the refund of any monies paid for the advertisement. Entire Contents Copyright Michael Publishing Co. Inc., Wednesday, December 15, 2010 JOEL GOLDENBERG PHOTO

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 3

    NEWS AND ANALYSIS These boots are made for walking... Supporters of store owner condemn Khadir's smears of Israel By P.A. Sévigny The Suburban ...and as far as Sharon Freedman and her friends are concerned, that's just what they'll do. On Christmas morning, at least a dozen homeless kids are going to get a stellar Christmas present, courtesy of Freedman and a few friends who want to let everyone know how a bit of Christmas charity speaks louder than anything Québec Solidaire's Amir Khadir might have to say about a St. Denis store owner's right to mind his own business. "I'm the street's new bag lady," said Freedman as she struggled to carry her bags out of Yves Archambault's Le Marcheur in front of a small group of protesters who were trying to boycott the St. Denis Street shoe store. "But I don't care. This is a good way to show Khadir (Mercier MNA Amir Khadir) he should learn to mind his own business." Bruce Katz, a founder and spokesman for Montreal's PAJU (Palestinian and Jewish Unity), said the whole issue is due to Archambault's decision to carry a line of shoes originally made in Rishon Lezion, Israel. "We gave him WESTMOUNT Cont'd from page 1 construction of the facilities. "The Westmount council is engaging in protectionism," borough mayor Michael Applebaum said. "We're asking the Quebec government to intervene or that the city of Westmount cede the part of its territory that's on the Glen Campus for the purposes of continuity." "Bravo! They're doing the right thing," responded the Project Montreal opposition councillor for NDG, Peter McQueen. "I'm very happy with this motion and we have to continue the pressure." Applebaum blasted Westmount's council for embracing the arrival of the MUHC, the economic boost that will ensue and the advantages of having health services close to its citizens, while categorically refusing to share the burden associated with the super- (except civic days & holidays) a letter stating our demands that he drop the Beautifeel line because these shoes were being made in factories located in the occupied territories," said Katz. "This is crazy," said Archambault. "This is a business and nobody has a right to tell me how to run my business. And in any case Rishon Lezion is located west of Jerusalem and well within Israel's original borders." Katz also informed The Suburban that PAJU is working to have all of St. Denis street declared to be an 'Apartheid-free street', which is to say all of the street's retail business would be free of any products made or manufactured in Israel. Apart from the fact Jafar Khadir, Amir Khadir's father, joined the first picket lines raised against the shoe store, Khadir's Québec Solidaire has also made a point of endorsing the boycott against the small St. Denis Street shoe store. Archambault responded that "If they're so concerned about human rights, I would like to hear what they have to say about human rights in China. I wonder what kind of protest they would make if they knew how much people are being paid to work in Chinese and Korean hospital's construction. He added that the demerged city has held the project hostage by placing unreasonable demands on the MUHC, like insisting on a sound barrier, and refusing to grant permits until their demands were met. "It shows how far Westmount will go...to push the impact onto our citizens. Open up that road!" Applebaum said. "If Westmount cannot work with the MUHC, the city and our borough, then maybe that land should be given to the city of Montreal for the future of all Quebecers." If Westmount won't cooperate, councillor Marvin Rotrand said, Montreal will look into a possible forced takeover of their share of the land as a last resort. "Municipalities have powers of annexation. It could be looked at with the legal department," Rotrand said. "Westmount's actions are selfish and not in the public interest." "He's blowing a bunch of bubbles," ALL YOU CAN EAT! Includes: salad bar, shrimp and other seafood, roasts, brochettes, grilled food, dessert counter and much, much more. shoe factories and what those wages mean for the Canadian shoe business." While he doesn't know what kind of effect the weekly demonstrations are having on his business, both he and his partner, Ginette Auger, said many of their customers make a point of telling them how they came to buy something in his store as a protest against the boycotters.n Groups and tour buses welcome! FREE for children 2 years old and younger (1 child per adult) 100 choices LUNCH BUFFET $ 7 49 Monday to Friday 11 am to 3 pm WOW DEALS OF THE WEEK... GROUP RATES - SAVE UP TO $1160 PER COUPLE 1 WEEK ALL INCLUSIVE CUBA - JANUARY DEALS Santiago 20 Jan Varadero 19 Jan $498 Holguin 13 Jan $548 $588 since 1995 482.6565 CRUISES SUPER DEAL 6 cabins available!! Jan. 17, 2011 5686 Monkland www.selectour.clubvoyages.com 15-day CRUISE PACKAGE You can Itinerary: Miami. At Sea. Cozumel. Belize. Roatan. Grand Cayman. At Sea. Miami $ Includes: Airfare from Montreal/Fort Lauderdale direct. 1,799 7-day cruise-inside cabin-8 nights hotel on the beach. All Transfers. All Taxes . MANY OTHER CRUISE DEALS! Inquire about our 6 equal installments & 0% interest plan. Prices are per person, double occupancy. All Taxes Included. New Bookings Only. Book by Dec. 21, 2010. MANY OTHER LAST MINUTE DEALS!!!! REDEEM your AIR MILES and pay off your vacation this way. We organize Weddings Abroad & Honeymoons. Ask for Patricia. Over 20 years experience. Not included: $3.50/$1000 purchase for the Indemnity Consumer Fund. Permit 701778. BRUNCH Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 3 pm $ 8 49 BLINDS & DRAPERIES D on 50 % UP TO OFF EVENING BUFFET Monday to Thursday $ 9 99 K arp d é c o r FREE Shop-At-Home Service & Installation EXPERT ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS For all your Window Covering needs CALL DON 514-237-2871 Holiday Plants for Home & Office * Interior Landscaping for your Home or Office 10% OFF upon * Maintenance Available presentation of this ad * Guaranteed Products & Services info@bioplante.ca 514-624-3239 www.bioplante.ca Friday to Sunday $ 10 99 www.buffetvichy.com LASALLE 7205 Newman Boul. 514-367-1731 SOUTH SHORE 2901 Taschereau Boul. 450-465-0519 P.A. SEVIGNY / THE SUBURBAN responded a chuckling Westmount mayor Peter Trent. "We went through a forced annexation a few years ago. I don't think Quebec has a stomach for that." Trent said that a zoning change made in 2005, with the approval of Montreal's executive committee as Westmount was still a borough at the time, prohibits the Landsdowne entrance from being used by the hundreds of trucks that access the superhospital site every day. "The council would have to change the zoning and that's quite a lengthy process. And the citizens in the area could vote it down," by forcing a referendum on the issue, Trent explained. But that is a moot point, because the council "is in no mood" to revisit the issue. "They've been going on about this for a few months now. They should have talked about this five years ago. It's old history. And now they're waking up..."n Sharon Freedman (left), Yves Archambault and Ginette Auger of Le Marcheur. 514 FURS OUR ANNUAL PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE 30-50% OFF! FOR LADIES & GENTS * FURS * SHEARLINGS * LEATHERS * CAPES * ACCESSORIES * EXPERT REMODELING TRADE-INS ACCEPTED 206 St-Paul St. W. Old Montreal 514.844.7483 dubarryfurs.com THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 * 3

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 4

    4 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 Most advanced MRI scanner in Montreal Rapid Appointments & Results! For more info see our ad on Page 23 Il World Class MRI Scan Centre 5515 rue Saint-Jacques O, Suite 200 Corner of Girouard Ave. - Free parking available T. 514.484.8484 F. 514.484.8400 www.montrealmri.com MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ALL OF US RESTAURANT 6544 Somerled SOUVLAKI Boccalini Restaurant Traiteur Happy Holidays to Everyone!!! Please note our Special Holiday Hours: We will be CLOSED Dec. 24, 25 & 26, and Jan. 1 to Jan. 9 inclusively. We will RE-OPEN on Jan. 10, 2011! (near Cavendish) Tel.: (514) 227-0505 Tel.: (514) 227-0606 CLOSED DECEMBER 25TH & 26TH, JANUARY 1ST & 2ND LUNCH SPECIALS & TABLE D'HÔTE AVAILABLE (DINING ROOM ONLY) Soup of the Day, Choice of Salad, French Fries or Rice, Coffee or Tea, Dessert of the Day wish all their customers and friends Happy Holidays One of the more charming books to hit the shelves in recent weeks is You Could Lose An Eye, penned by 83-year-old Westmounter David Reich. At the age of 83, Reich has enjoyed by his own admission "a charmed life." A highly respected architect for 60 years, he is also an engineer, lecturer, humorist, sketch artist and the proud father of six and grandpa of 14. Now he can add the title of "author" to his impressive resume. By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban We're open Dec. 31st New Year's Eve! Reserve now NEWS & ANALYSIS A local 10-year-old girl was rescued by her two 10-year-old friends last week after slipping into the Hampstead pool just outside the Adessky Community Centre, Councillor Bonnie EASY ACCESS TO PARKING 1408 DE L 'É GLISE , S T -L AURENT 514-747-7809 www.ilboccalini.com Ageless architect pens wonderful book Mike Cohen You could lose an eye, My first 80 years in Montreal, is a charming 201page book which provides an insider's view of Montreal's vibrant and historic Jewish community, as well as a powerful description of what happened to relatives who were left behind in Eastern Europe. The title, "You Could Lose an Eye," is the expression Reich's mother often used for those she loved. As an architect, Reich was prolific, designing projects all over the world. This even included the Abu Dhabi Airport. But how did the actual book come about? "I always read stories to my kids, many of which I made up myself," Reich recounted. "I self-pub- Feigenbaum told The Suburban. And thanks to a perimeter alarm, Hampstead's community services and recreation staff quickly saw the situation and administed first aid to the girl to avoid hypothermia. A perimeter alarm is activated if someone or something is in the pool area when it is closed to the public. Feigenbaum, in charge of the recreation dossier on council, said that a week ago Tuesday in the early afternoon, three 10-year-old girls on Hanukkah break from their Jewish school went to Hampstead Park and decided because of the great amount of snow following Monday's snowstorm, "that it would be fun to scale the fence" surrounding the pool. "When they got over to the other side, one of the girls slipped into the pool water," the councillor explained. "Thank goodness that the CSR (community services and recreation) staff is so well trained that even though it was a snowstorm and the winds could have justifiably set off the perimeter alarm, they still went out and checked after the alarm went off." When the alarm was activated, staff member Ian Bresler "looked out, expecting to see nothing, and saw three little girls," Feigenbaum said. "We were proactive in having that perimeter alarm," she added. "It's ironic because we had already ordered an extension of the fence that was supposed to prevent climbing because of the way it's angled, it just hadn't come in yet." The councillor pointed out that if CSR staff lished a lot of them, selling the copies myself. At one point I began writing independent chapters about my life. After about a year or so I realized that I had enough to publish a real book. I hooked up with a publisher named Robin Philpot from Barakabooks and I am quite pleased with the final result and excited about the French version as well." You Can Lose An Eye is available at bookstores across the country and on Amazon.ca for $22.95. For more information e-mail orders@litdistco.ca or log on to www.barakabooks.com. Item of interest? e-mail mcohen@thesuburban.com. Girl, 10, rescued from Hampstead Pool members were not on hand, public security would have come by as they would have heard the alarm as well. They did respond that day. After administering first aid, the CSR staff called Urgences Santé, but the girl had fully recovered. "The staff gave her dry clothes, and because the girl was a minor, [staff member] Cornelia Ziga accompanied the girl to her home and told the mother what had happened," the councillor explained. Feigenbaum said the town takes a proactive approach to safety. "We never had an incident in our pool, and I give full credit to our director of recreation, Irene Lahaie, who saw the [potential] problem. She did not feel the [already existing safe- See POOL, page 13

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 5

    REGULAR EGGPLANT Pr. of Mexico $1.74 kg www.adonisproducts.com SUPER SPECIALS VALID: DECEMBER 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2010 FRUITS & VEGETABLES CELERY SPINACH LEMONS PINEAPPLES 79 DELICATESSEN & CHEESE OUR FRIDGE SWISS EMMENTHAL CHEESE $14.96 kg CLAUDEL BRIE CHEESE $14.96 kg FROMALP SWISS CHEESE FONDUE 400 g WOW YOPLAIT YOPTIMAL OR ASANA YOGURT 8x100 g ¢ 79 ¢ LB. 3/ 1 29 99 ¢ 99 ¢ EA. 99 ¢ 99 ¢ EA. 10/ 1 79 2 99 2 99 PEELED EA. 6 79 6 79 LB. STRONG WHITE CHEDDAR CHEESE $11.99 kg 5 44 5 44 LB. CH. PARISIENNE COOKED SMOKED HAM $12.99 kg 5 89 5 89 EA. LB. FROZEN PILLSBURY PIZZA POPS FRESH FISH IF WEATHER PERMITS BAKERY 1 UNIVERSAL GROCERY 69 1 69 SAVE 60 LB. ¢ 60 ¢ TURBOT FILLETS 8/16 WILD BASS 2/4 lb. $12.10 kg $8.35 kg BON MATIN BREAD 14 Grain, Multigrain or 60% Whole Wheat ONLY 450-600 g 2 SITIA EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL 3L WOW CEDAR WALNUTS 454 g DIET PEPSI OR REGULAR 7-UP ONLY CORONA EXTRA BEER 12x330 ml WOW 40 2 40 5 GROUND BEEF $5.29 kg LB. 49 5 49 3 LB. 79 3 79 LB. LB. LB. EA. 16 49 16 49 EA. MAZOLA CORN OR CANOLA OIL 2.84 L No Cholesterol WOW 5 99 5 99 EA. GANDOUR GANDOUR DABKE SANDWICH COOKIES 6 per pkg 5/ 1 00 WASA CRISP BREAD 200-310 g See variety in store 1 49 1 49 EA. 4601, blvd. Des Sources Dollard-des-Ormeaux 514-685-5050 MINT Pr. of Morocco WOW Size 24 In cello Pr. of U.S.A. 6 79 6 79 LB. BULGARIAN OR SHEEP DOUBLE CREAM CHEESE $11.99 kg 5 44 5 44 LB. SCHNEIDER'S SMOKED TURKEY BREAST $12.99 kg 5 89 5 89 2001 Sauvé W. (corner l'Acadie) 514-382-8606 3 99 3 99 EA. LIBERTY YOGURT 750 g See variety in store WOW 3/ 5 00 3 99 3 99 EA. MINUTE MAID JUICE or FIVE ALIVE or NESTEA ICE TEA 1 L Assorted 99 ¢ EA. KELLOGG'S MUSLIX CEREAL 450 g Assorted 99 ¢ 2 99 2 99 EA. 705, blvd. Curé-Labelle (between Samson & Notre-Dame) CHOMEDEY, LAVAL 450-978-2333 OPENING HOURS: Monday - Tuesday & Wednesday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Thursdays & Fridays 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturdays 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Sundays 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. 2 99 2 99 EA. 4 99 4 99 EA. 2 99 2 99 EA. EA. 2 99 2 99 EA. CEDAR JUMBO BEAN MIX 540 ml CEDAR EVAPORATED MILK 370 ml UNICO STRAINED TOMATOES 680 ml 89 ¢ 89 ¢ EA. In bag Pr. of Quebec BLACK DIAMOND CHEESE Cheddar or Mozzarella 200 g 2/ 5 00 WOW Size 140 Pr. of Mexico PILLSBURY COOKIE DOUGH 468 g Assorted WOW 2 29 2 29 12x355 ml NAYA NATURAL SPRING WATER 12x1.5 L WOW CEDAR HEARTS OF PALM 796 ml KRAFT GRATED CHEESE 380 g See variety in store 1 29 1 29 EA. 2/ 5 00 5 49 5 49 EA. PRESTIGIO RICOTTA CHEESE Regular or Light 425 g WOW 2/ 5 00 Size 5 Pr. of Costa Rica ROTISSERIE HOT SANDWICH PITA KAFTA OR MERGUEZ SAUSAGE We reserve the right to limit quantities* or while quantities last. Pictures are for illustration pu rposes only. 3100 blvd. Thimens Place Vertu, St-Laurent 514-904-6789 UNPEELED 2 49 2 49 4 per pkg Assorted 2 25 2 25 EA. LIBBY'S CALIFORNIA MIX FROZEN VEGETABLES 1 kg 1 39 1 39 EA. WOW 11 97 11 97 EA. DAIA ALGERIAN DATES 1 kg 2 49 2 49 EA. 8 49 8 49 8 99 8 99 EA. FRESH MEAT EYE OF ROUND ROAST 3 49 3 49 EA. CEDAR ALPHONSO MANGO PULP OR SLICES IN SYRUP 796 ml 850 g 99 ¢ EA. 99 ¢ ABATTI JUMBO PEARS Pr. of Italy $2.84 kg 1 29 1 29 AVOCADOES Size 20 Pr. of Mexico 2/ 1 00 BLUE TIDE CALMARI RINGS 5/8 454 g 3 99 3 99 EA. BLUE TIDE COOKED SHRIMP RING 21/25 454 g $8.80 kg 3 99 3 99 LB. BONELESS CHICKEN BREAST $7.91 kg UNSEASONED 3 59 3 59 LB. FIVE ROSES ALL PURPOSE WHITE FLOUR 10 kg 9 69 9 69 EA. CEDAR DRIED LAYER FIGS 500 g 1 99 1 99 EA. KNORR SAUCE OR SOUP MIX 22-83 g WOW 99 ¢ EA. AYLMER ACCENT DICED TOMATOES 540 ml See variety in store 99 ¢ WOW 99 ¢ 99 ¢ EA. NEW! MEAT & CHICKEN KOSHER DEPARTMENT THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 * 5

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 6

    Second CSL murder case psych report: Not criminally responsible 6 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 NEWS & ANALYSIS By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban A second psychiatric report has concluded that 18-year-old Maor Attar was not criminally responsible, because of a "disease of the mind," when his 14year-old sister Shirel was murdered in their Côte St. Luc home Aug. 9. A very brief Quebec Court hearing was held Monday to fix a Superior Court hearing date for Jan. 10 to then determine a date for a hearing possibly for later in the month. At that time, the Crown prosecutor and defence lawyer will submit the two psychiatric reports and a recommendation will be made that Attar be acquitted because he was not criminally responsible due to mental illness. Should this be the finding, Attar would continue treatment at the Pinel Institute. The suspect has not been present for any of the court hearings that have taken place. Attar's father was at the court house Monday, but declined to speak to reporters. Crown prosecutor Hélène Di Salvo confirmed the new hearing, and declined to discuss the second psychi- atric report, which she had requested. The first, drafted by Chantale Bouchard, also found Attar was not criminally responsible Aug. 9. Defence lawyer Daniel Lighter said he received the second psychiatric report Monday morning, drafted by a second forensic psychiatrist. "We decided to remand the matter until early January, at which time we'll put the file before a Superior Court judge and hopefully close the file then," Lighter told reporters. "It couldn't be today (Monday) because it's Quebec Court, and it's not even at the preliminary hearing stage yet. Procedurally, it has to go before a Superior Court judge because it's a homicide, and they're sitting only in January." Lighter said the latest psychiatric report's conclusion corroborates the first, that Attar suffers from schizophrenia, is psychotic and that while he knew what was happening Aug. 9, "he was not responsible, he did not know that was wrong and he didn't know where he was. "He was not functioning." Lighter said his client is taking medication, and is "safe and secure. Happy Holidays to our valued customers and friends We Have Great Gift Ideas! Cavendish Mall 5800 Cavendish, Cote St. Luc 514-484-8463 "He's doing what he's supposed to be doing and seems to be somewhat better." Lighter said that if a judge agrees Attar was not criminally responsible, he will be treated until doctors are comfortable he can be reintegrated. "It really depends on his therapy and if he responds well to medication," the lawyer explained. "That's a process that's reviewed annually, so he'll certainly be [at Pinel] for a year or more. The committee is comprised of a psychiatrist, another member of the medical community and typically a judge or someone from the legal community." Lighter said Attar's family is getting through the situation "one day at a time. "They're concerned how Maor will be treated, and I think they're reassured that the findings are consistent and he will receive the treatment that he needs," the lawyer said. "They're concerned about his own security and they're comforted with the fact he'll be in Pinel, which is safe and he seems to be progressing well. The day he was arrested, he had attempted suicide, but the parents are now reassured."n 5753 Caldwell, Cote St. Luc 514-481-0293

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 7

    NEWS & ANALYSIS Herjavec: The 'good dragon' protects our hi-tech highways By Beryl Wajsman, Editor The Suburban The first thing that strikes you about Robert Herjavec is his elegant ease of manner and almost studied fluidity of motion. And that is as it should be because ease and fluidity are essentials for straddling two worlds at once. This is the life of this remarkable Canadian entrepreneur, moving effortlessly between the worlds of business and media. Herjavec made his fortune as Canada's largest provider of Internet security systems. He sold his company - BRAK Systems - to AT&T for $100,000,000. He stayed with the company for a time as vice-president. He then became worldwide vice-president for sales of Ramp Networks. That company was sold to Nokia for an even larger sum. He could have had a life of pure leisure. But that was not for him. We caught up with him during a trip to Montreal where he was finalizing details for the Quebec expansion of his latest company The Herjavec Group. It says something about Herjavec that despite being based in Toronto, he has been bold enough to expand throughout Canada even in the midst of a challenging economic environment. But boldness is a large compo- FREE 1 2 3 LAVE AUTO PRIME Shampoo Simonize Engine Wash 514-928-2520 ask for David 5227 Namur, corner Mountain Sights Mountain Sights Decarie Blvd. 8 7 6 Jean-Talon fi fi fi fi SPCA 5227 H (Behind Amir) Namur LAVE HAND AUTO PRIME CAR WASH All Inclusive Fall Special nent of his success in business and media. He takes risks and makes sure he succeeds. Thinking out loud, he told us that the title of his autobiography says a lot about what motivates him. The title is Driven. Not surprisingly, it is a best seller. He concedes it was a risk when he was approached to be one of the "dragons" in the hit CBC reality show Dragon's Den where enterprising entrepreneurs try to realize their own dreams. Herjavec has been described as HOLIDAY SPECIAL WASHING In-Out Cars only 4 5 Open 7 days a week 8 am to 7 pm $ 10 Valid until Dec. 31st Interior Shampoo - $80 Engine Shampoo - $30 Super Seal Paint } - $80 $ Simonize/Wax 150 44C9 JOEL GOLDENBERG / THE SUBURBAN the "good dragon." His television presence has been so compelling that he was asked to be in the U.S. version called Shark Tank. It's being produced by Mark Burnett who conceived the idea of The Apprentice and convinced Donald Trump to back it. But for all his success, his audacity never borders arrogance. And he is very conscious MY GIFT TO YOU! HOT ITEM not to take anything in life for granted. As comfortable as he is in his skin, he remembers his roots - and his struggles - every day and in every way. Herjavec's father Vladimir brought the family to Canada from Croatia when Robert was See HERJAVEC, page 12 LESS 20% * THURSDAY DECEMBER 16 TH *EXCEPT ELECTRONICS/ON REGULAR PRICED MERCHANDISE ONLY Cote St. Luc Shopping Centre 7073 Cote St. Luc Road 514-486-6668 www.golteez.com THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 * 7

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 8

    Laval 1125 St. Martin Blvd. W. ................450 629-9800 Montréal Galeries d'Anjou ......................514 352-4435 2695 Beaubien St. E. ..................514 593-8840 5920 ch. de la Côte-des-Neiges ..........514 738-2424 175 Jean-Talon St. E. ..................514 904-2210 4158 Jean-Talon St. E. .................514 727-3134 (Le Boulevard Shopping Centre) 95 Ste. Catherine St. W.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 514 904-0505 930 Ste. Catherine St. W.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 514 875-1001 Place Versailles. ......................514 354-1220 Last chance before December 24! 2 complete pairs of glasses for the price of one! Choose from the 25 th anniversary selection and the lower priced pair is free.* *With the purchase of a complete pair of glasses including frames and prescription lenses with scratch-resistant treatment from the 25 th anniversary selection, get a second pair of glasses from the 25 th anniversary selection. Pay nothing for the lower priced pair. This offer is valid until December 24, 2010, and cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion. Frames for reference only. Details in store. Michel Laurendeau, optician. Plateau Mont-Royal 1 St-Joseph Blvd. W.. ..................514 270-4747 1257 Mont-Royal ave E. ................514 908-0011 Pointe-Claire 6361 Trans-Canada Road ...............514 694-7773 (Complexe Pointe-Claire - near MAXI) Vaudreuil-Dorion 3210 de la Gare Blvd. ..................450 424-6169 Ville St. Laurent Place Vertu ..........................514 856-2002 www.newlook.ca 1 800 463-LOOK (5665) Eye examinations on the premises by optometrists Outside prescriptions accepted FRUITERIE GREEN CANADIAN * Farm Fresh Fruits & Vegetables * Cheese Great Selection of * Dairy Products Cookies A Welcome * Nuts * Bread Gift! * Grocery & Kosher Grocery 8 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 NEWS & ANALYSIS MoWest's Mazzone blasts property change 'end runs' By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban Montreal West councillor Dino Mazzone said some property owners are trying to make "end runs" to get what they want if they are not satisfied with the town's Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) recommendations for changes to local buildings. The PAC receives requests for proposed changes that affect a building's exterior, such as changes to dimensions that require a minor exemption to existing bylaws, renovations or even the replacement of windows. The PAC then recommends acceptance or rejection of those changes to town council, which decides the matter at council meetings. Mazzone, who has the administration and buildings portfolio on council, told the late November town council meeting that the situation is becoming "extremely difficult" for PAC and the town's building inspector. "What we're noticing is that we'll come up with recommendations after they've been vetted by residents of this community," the councillor said, "and then what will happen is that people will try to end run those recommendations and either berate me, call me, e-mail me, harass me and/or go to the mayor or to the director-general and say 'we're not happy with the recommendations.' "People are certainly entitled to not be happy with the recommendations and if there's any information that you as a resident or applicant can bring to the table that we may not have seen, that could certainly CHICKEN SCHNITZEL SANDWICH $ 8 25 WITH OUR OWN SPECIAL DELLY BOY'S SAUCE, FRIES & COLE SLAW + tax FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE - JUST CALL Order ahead & we will prepare & pack your order to take to the cottage BREAKFAST SERVED Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-9 a.m. $ 2 75 starting at Happy Holidays from Our Family to Yours 5509 Westminster Ave, Côte St-Luc 514-484-8555 change our opinion, we're more than open to that," Mazzone added. "But what I want to be very clear about is if we are going to have a committee that is going to be end run at every level, you're not going to have much of a committee left and certainly the volunteers will feel their time is being wasted and they won't commit to this process." The councillor recommended that applicants, to ensure an effective evaluation process, provide PAC with as much information as possible about the project, such as pictures, plans - "the more the merrier. "And please, bring it in on time because we're finding a lot of people coming in at the last minute. That doesn't help us, because we can't disseminate the information to our members and it's impossible to get this done in a timely manner." Mazzone also pointed out that some people are renovating without the necessary permit. "If you do know people who are doing that, maybe it is neighbourly to ask them if they got a permit if you don't see one in the window, or maybe you can make a call to town hall. I don't want to encourage snitching, but it really hurts us all at the end of the day. "The renovations may be done in a way that is not commensurate with the quality we are looking for in Montreal West. Also, if the renovations don't make their way to town hall, they certainly don't make their way to the Montreal agglomeration's evaluation service, which will therefore not impact on the evaluation of the home, which will therefore cost us revenues and taxes. "We're all losing as a consequence."n Delivery available Visit www.famousdellyboys.com for our menu Special Of The Week For Eat-In or Take-Out Deli Counter ONLY OPEN Dec. 25th & Jan. 1st 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM CHILDREN'S MENU NOW AVAILABLE 6444 Somerled (near Cavendish) INTERAC Open ACCEPTED 514-482-4774 Specials valid until December 19, 2010 while quantities last. 99 ¢ 49 ea. ¢ lb. 79 lb. ¢ 4 99 Monday-Saturday 8:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 2/ ¢ 99 79 lb. ¢ ea. 69 lb. ¢ 2 19 1 ea. 69 ea. 1 09 1 ea. 79 59 lb. ea. ¢ 69 lb. ¢ 89 ¢ 1 ea. 49 Season's Greetings! BANANAS $1.08 kg 99 bag ¢ HONEY TANGERINES $1.52 kg AVOCADOES CANTALOUPES APPLES MacIntosh, Cortland, Empire or Spartan $1.30 kg REGULAR TOMATOES $1.74 kg JUMBO ICEBERG LETTUCE ea. ENGLISH CUCUMBERS CARROTS 2.27 kg/5 lbs. POTATOES 10 lb./4.54 kg EGGPLANTS $1.52 kg PISTACHIO NUTS Semi-Salted DRIED CRANBERRRIES OR WALNUT HALVES $6.58 kg $10.98 kg 2 RYE BREAD LIBERTY COTTAGE CHEESE 1% or 2% 500 g LIBERTY YOGURT 500 g Asst. Flavours BUTTERMILK 1 L 99 lb.

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 9

    NEWS & ANALYSIS DONORS Cont'd from page 1 less than intimidation...along with threats of possible violence which are completely unacceptable in a society bound by the rule of law." During the past week, all 782 citizens who gave the Liberal Party the maximum ($3,000) political donation permitted by law received a form letter in which they were informed as to how their name, address and (for some) Bernard Amyot occupation, were now listed on a website which accuses them of being a "known contributor" to the Liberal Party of Quebec. While most recipients told The Suburban the letter was immediately tossed into the recycling bin with the rest of their junk mail, others consider the letter, signed by RRQ leader Patrick Bourgeois, to be nothing less than a thinly veiled threat against them and their families. "To say I was pleased would be a bit of an overstatement," said a bemused Steven Cummings. While curious about the letter's real intentions, Cummings believes the letter's message is "opaque," and that it was finally up to the letter's recipient to draw his own conclusions about its intentions. Others, including Premier Jean Charest, have already come to their own conclusions and few believe PQ leader Pauline Marois' assertion that she "disassociated" herself Chez Papa Traiteur par excellence 5845-A Decarie Blvd. Catering MINI 1/2 PRICE SPECIAL 1/2 dz Egg Rolls 1/2 dz Potato Knishes 1/2 ct Chopped Liver & Fried Onions 1/2 ct Romanian Eggplant 1 ct Garlic Coleslaw 32 oz. Chicken Noodle Soup 4 Chicken Schnitzels 1 ct Beef Goulash 1 ct Roast Potatoes 1 ct Fried Rice 1 Twisted Challah 1 Chocolate Cake E RNIE THE C ATERER and/or C HEZ P APA E RNIE www.ErnieTheCaterer.com 2x 1/2 Price Special SAVE $ 39.95 12 ITEMS RETAIL PRICE $79.95 SPECIAL DISCOUNT 39.95 YOUR PRICE $39.95 SHAAR ZION JORDANA'S BAT MITZVAH "Ernie you are still the greatest. Fabulous comments from our guests." Mr. & Mrs. Ikeman, Grandparents Chez Papa Traiteur par excellence 5839 Decarie Blvd. Restaurant 1/2 dz 1/2 dz 1/2 dz Egg Rolls Potato Knishes Chicken Parcels SAVE $ 64.95 1/2 dz Hot Dogs in Blankets 1 ct Chopped Liver & Fried Onions 1/2 ct Romanian Eggplant 1 ct Garlic Coleslaw 1 pail Chicken Noodle Soup 4 Chicken Schnitzels 1 ct Beef Goulash 1 ct Sweet & Sour Meatballs 1 ct General Tao Chicken 1/2 ct General Tao Sauce 1 ct Fried Rice 1 ct Stir Fry Vegetables 1/2 dz Large Potato Latkes 1 Twisted Challah 1 Chocolate Cake STILL AVAILABLE OUR IN-HOUSE BLOW-OUT ALL ITEMS BELOW ARE INCLUDED Soup Du Jour, Hot Hors d'Oeuvres, Table Goodies BLOW-OUT PRICE Tender 28-Day Aged Broiled 12 oz. Rib Steak ONLY $19.95 with Split Frank, Potato or Rice Always Something New At Chez Papa Ernie OPENING SOON Our New Beautiful Banquet Hall Plus All New Sushi World Montreal's Finest Sushi Bar Plus * Plus * Plus An All New Concept in Dining Brazilian Rotating Broiling Dine Until You Are Full Exclusive 1234 RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED CALL 514-385-0000 Bring Your Own Bottle (must be Kosher) with the radical separatist organization and that her party had nothing to do with the letter incident. While some may believe her, others, including Charest, believe Marois' refusal to denounce and condemn the RRQ's letter is nothing less than a blatant act of passive aggression designed to cut off a serious source of election funding. As the form letter was printed over the FLQ's now iconic image of the old habitant on his way to face the British Army with nothing more than an old hunting rifle in his hands, Amyot, and others, believe the letter evokes the desperate days of the 40-year-old October Crisis along with further incitements to violence. "What's worse," wrote Amyot, "is that both Marois and Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe refuse to denounce the RRQ's dubious political activities." Last year, following the RRQ's successful efforts to derail the 250th anniversary celebrations of the Battle on the Plains of Abraham, both Marois and Duceppe provided financial and political support for an alternative event in which they shared a stage with Bourgeois while nationalist texts, (including the FLQ's infamous televised manifesto) were read to a loud and noisy crowd made up of vocal supporters. "Réné Lévesque wouldn't have hesitated to denounce these bums regardless of their political objectives," wrote Amyot.n MAXI 1/2 PRICE SPECIAL 18 ITEMS RETAIL PRICE $129.90 SPECIAL DISCOUNT 64.95 YOUR PRICE $64.95 VALET PARKING after 5 p.m. FREE CAKE WITH SPARKLER for all occasions www.IGA.net YOUR HOME FOR BETTER QUALITY WITH ALL YOUR FAVOURITE SERVICES OSEM CHICKEN INSTANT SOUP MIX 400 g MANISCHEWITZ TAM TAM CRACKERS 227 g MANAMIN WAFER CUBES 200 g 99 OSEM BISSILI SNACK 70 g Family pack 4. BENNETT'S PRUNE NECTAR 1.36 L 2. GARDEN LITES SOUFLÉS 198 g 2. HOALAM AMERICAN CHEESE 1.36 kg (108 slices) 14. 2. 99 ¢ 29 99 99 99 FRESHNESS + VARIETY FRUITS + VEGETABLES (160 g) BLACKBERRIES From Mexico OR (170 g) BLUEBERRIES From Chile or Argentina Grade no 1 CHERRY TOMATOES OR GRAPE TOMATOES From U.S. Pint 2/ 2/ 2. 39 5. 00 5. 00 FROM DECEMBER 16 TO 22, 2010 PROUD SPONSORS OF THE MARCH TO JERUSALEM Our supermarkets carry Glatt's and Continental Kosher fresh meat and delicatessen products. FRESH FISH * SEAFOOD * BBQ CHICKEN BUFFET SERVICE * BAKERY * CHEESE VARIETY SUPERMARCHÉ PAGANO SHNAIDMAN INC. 7151 Côte St-Luc Rd., Montréal Tel. 514-486-3254 MEDIUM GROUND BEEF 10. 12 /kg FRESH BEEF SHOULDER ROAST MOCK CHICKEN TURKEY ROLL MIDGET SALAMI 375 g 19. 82 /kg SUPERMARCHÉ VAN HORNE 4885 Van Horne St., Montréal Tel. 514-731-8336 4. 59 /lb 10. 12 8. 99 /lb 4. 59 4. 29 11. 19 /lb /kg /lb TRAY PACK BONELESS CHICKEN BREASTS 6. 29 13. 87 /kg /lb Bone-in VEAL SHANKS 24. 67 /kg 14. 53 /kg 6. 59 /lb LES ALIMENTATIONS SHNAIDMAN PAGANO INC. 5800 Cavendish Blvd., Côte St-Luc Tel. 514-482-4710 DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE CAR ORDER SERVICE ANYTIME * Certification mark of IGA Canada ltd. These Kosher specials are available at participating IGA supermarkets only. We reserve the right to limit quantities. No sales to retailers. The AIR MILES Reward Program is available at Québec participating IGA stores only. ® Trademark of AIR MILES International Trading B.V. Used under licence by LoyaltyOne, Inc. and Sobeys Québec inc. THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 * 9

  • Add to bookmarks Add to subscriptions Share
    Page 10

    10 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010 Dealing with during the holidays? There is help close to home The network-clinics are there to allow you to see a doctor, without an appointment. Open every day... or almost. Services at the clinics include xrays and blood tests for emergencies. Remember to check the office hours before you go. Queen Elizabeth Urgent Care Clinic 2100 Marlowe Avenue Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Borough 514-481-4343 Your health and social services centre (CSSS) offers many services without appointment CLSC de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce - Montréal-Ouest 2525 Cavendish Boulevard, Suite 110 514-484-7878 DECEMBER JANUARY Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 Your CSSS wishes you a joyful holiday season and good health in 2011. CLSC René-Cassin 5800 Cavendish Boulevard, Suite 500 514-484-7878 Psychosocial advice CLSC de NDG- Montréal-Ouest 8 am-4 pm closed closed 8 am-4 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm CLSC René-Cassin 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-4 pm closed closed 8 am-4 pm Health advice CLSC René-Cassin 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm Test center CLSC de NDG- Montréal-Ouest closed closed closed closed 7:30 am-9:30 am 7:30 am-9:30 am 7:30 am-9:30 am closed closed closed closed CLSC René-Cassin closed closed closed closed 7:30 am-9:30 am 7:30 am-9:30 am 7:30 am-9:30 am closed closed closed closed Nursing care CLSC de NDG- Montréal-Ouest 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm CLSC René-Cassin 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-8 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm Home care is available during the holidays. * The regular schedule will return on January 5 th 2011. To reach Info-santé and to speak to a nurse, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Page 1 of 13

Please wait