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Whether you give birth in the privacy of your own home, at a birthing centre, or like the majority of Montreal women, in a hospital, hiring a doula could make all the difference in how bearable - or even pleasant your birth experience is. ? Page 20 GMAA SPORTS
Lester B. tames LCC's Lions
The Lester B. Pearson [LBPHS] high school peewee boys hockey team declawed the Lower Canada College Lions in a stunning 13-6 win Thursday at the LCC arena in NDG. ? Page 50
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The Alouettes' Etienne Boulay shares the Grey Cup with a group of the many fans who were on hand Monday night when the repeat Grey Cup champs landed back home in Montreal. See more on page 47.
NDG Food Depot needs lots of Christmas cheer
By P.A. Sévigny The Suburban With snow on the way and Christmas less than a month away, it's getting cold. For NDG's poor, thinking about Christmas isn't as much about shopping as it is about finding the money to pay for the Hydro bill which usually means less money for food. It's not so bad when you're alone but the poor know it's worse when you have children - sometimes a lot worse. As a working veteran on See FOOD BANK, page 2 Renovated, new kitchen and bathrooms, wood floors. Vacant. 5790 REMBRANDT $279,000 2 bedrooms, bright, renovated condo, garage.
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New CSL high school could open next year
By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban The English Montreal School Board told parents last week that a new high school could open in Côte St. Luc for the 2011- 2012 year at the former Wagar High School, serving Grade 7 students to start and possibly adding a grade each year. EMSB chairman Angela Mancini told the CBC last week that the board listened to parents who attended information meetings, including a major gathering at Côte St. Luc city hall. "I'm not sure it's a done deal in terms of just being a formality," Mancini told the CBC after last Thursday's board meeting. "There are many, many questions still being asked.... We need to show once the registration period begins that we have the critical mass in order to open it." EMSB sources told The Suburban Monday that according to Quebec's Education Act, a new school can be created, but a consultation process must come first. Each board has to have a three-year plan