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A slice of Europe in Old Chelsea

A slice of Europe in Old Chelsea

By Kendall Knowlton Manuela Teixeira has placed the final puzzle piece in her Old Chelsea Square project with an impressive $6 million terrace that has already begun hosting outdoor concerts, movie nights and farmers’ markets.  Teixeira is the owner of Terrasse...
La Maison des Collines turns five

La Maison des Collines turns five

By Arty SarkisianLa Maison des Collines, which can be translated as “House of the Hills,” has helped more than 400 people spend “the last moments of their lives” as comfortably as possible.  “I think a lot of people hear about La Maison des Collines...
Historic first for GVHS

Historic first for GVHS

First Indigenous president appointed to historical society Gilbert Whiteduck has recently been appointed president of the Gatineau Valley Historical Society (GVHS), a historic first for the organization in terms of Indigenous representation on the board. “It’s really...
Rossy to open in Farm Point

Rossy to open in Farm Point

Opening day is fast approaching for the latest Rossy store located in the old IGA building at Farm Point. Rossy will be open for business March 30. Set-up for the 15,000-square-foot department store started Feb. 20 and owner Mark Rossy said, “If anybody wants to come...

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