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Air quality on Thursday, June 29

Because of the forest fires in Quebec, there are high concentrations of fine particulate matter in the air today. These conditions may continue over the next few days.   The authorities warn that smog especially affects asthmatic children and people with respiratory ailments or heart disease. They recommended these individuals avoid intense physical activity outdoors until the […]

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CSL Golf Classic set for August 8, 2023

The 42nd annual Côte Saint-Luc Golf Classic will take place on Tuesday, August 8, 2023, honoring the dynamic couple of Joanne Cutler and Merv Middling. Philippe Mamane,  from Assante Wealth Management Ltd. – Mamane Group and a resident of the community, will serve as the title sponsor. Côte Saint-Luc City Council and the Côte Saint-Luc […]

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Please Slow Down lawn signs available for 2023 season

Please Slow Down lawn signs are available while supplies last. Complete the form and we will drop a sign off at your home for you to place on your lawn. The signs are free and available on a first-come-first-served basis. The sign is bilingual, with French on one side and English on the other. Complete […]

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Nathan Shuster Park temporarily closed

The City has temporarily closed Nathan Shuster Park due to the presence of hanging branches and cracked trees. The City has placed danger tape at the park entrances. Do not enter the park. UPDATE (2023-04-13): The park is now open.

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CSL volunteer Citizens on Patrol looking for new members: Information Session on April 19

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is looking for new recruits for its unique and active volunteer Citizens on Patrol (vCOP) program and will hold an information session on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, at 7pm at City Hall, 5801 Cavendish Blvd. Registration is required. Visit CoteSaintLuc.org/vCOP to register for the information session. The program trains volunteers […]

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Ice storm update #4

Hydro-Québec update As of Sunday at 11am, Hydro-Québec reports that 1,514 customers out of 15,977 (or 9.5%) are without power in Côte Saint-Luc. The number without power rose on Sunday due to equipment failure at the Hampstead Substation. Hydro-Québec says it will be restored by the end of Sunday. Where to warm up Here are suggestions […]

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Ice storm update #3

Hydro-Québec update Hydro-Québec estimates that most homes will have restored electrical power on Friday, April 7. Some outlying areas may take until Saturday. As of Friday at noon, Hydro-Québec reports that 2,953 customers out of 15,977 are without power. Where to warm up Here are suggestions for when to go to warm up. Overnight shelters […]

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Ice storm update #2

The City of Côte Saint-Luc, like the rest of the Greater Montreal area, has been significantly affected by power outages following the ice storm of April 5. We are aware of the impact this has had on our residents and visitors, particularly as many of our residents began Passover festivities on Wednesday evening, are preparing […]