Santa Cop’ came to town?
Social Media is reporting that there is a ‘Secret Santa’ Police Officer who was dispensing 100$ bills to some Monteal area motorists. Santa Cop was reportedly given 50 100 bills, totalling $5000.00 to give away on behalf of a rich friend.
He seems to be focusing more on recipients who are driving older vehicles.
He stops the driver as if they have comitted an infraction, and then hands them cash instead of a ticket!
Merry Christmas to you and your kind friend Santa Cop!
Slated to open this Friday, McDonald’s newest restaurant at 1016 rue de la Montagne, will be offering a specific section dedicated to the Montreal Canadiens Hockey Team.
Situated proximate to the Bell Center, do you think that you would seek out a pre or post game burger at this newest site?
I’ll take a McHab trio, please!
*photo source canadiens.nhl.com*
Chateauguay resident Emma Czornobaj has been sentenced to 90 days in jail, shall be banned from driving for 10 years, and must work 240 hours of community service. She will be allowed to serve her jail time on weekends.
Now 26 years old, the woman was convicted of criminal negligence causing death and dangerous driving causing death in 2010 where André Roy, 50, and his 16-year-old daughter, Jessie – tragically lost their lives.
Ms. Czornobaj had stopped her car in concern about the safety of ducks who had wandered onto the highway 30.
Châteauguay woman Emma Czornobaj, 25, is slated to receive her formal sentencing today.
She was found guilty of criminal negligence causing death in a highway collision that killed a man and his 16-year-old daughter. On June 27, 2010 she had reportedly stopped her Honda Civic in the passing lane on Highway 30 in Candiac, apparently to help a family of ducks that had ambled onto the roadway.
Shortly there after motocyclist André Roy, 50 and his passenger daughter Jessie,16, collided into her car from behind – killing them both.
Emma Czornobaj could possibly face life in prison for criminal negligence causing death, or could perhaps receive a dangerous driving sentence up to 14 years. Many have signed an online petition asking the court to be lenient in sentencing.
The Defence team could request a suspended sentence and parole and/or community service.
City of Sainte-Catherine Firefighters and police officers (here on the South Shore) were called this morning when a lifeless body was spotted in the water of the St. Lawrence River.
Given the fact that the body was found in the Saint Lawrence , the case has been transferred over to the Sûreté du Québec police force as per Maritime protocol.
Thus far, Police have not been able to garner anymore information, or even determine the gender of the deceased thus far.
Hanukkah began last evening- on Tuesday, December 16th and will end in the evening of
Wednesday, December 24.
Also known as the Festival of Lights, Hannukah is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the re dedication of the Holy Temple.
This Jewish festival is observed by the lighting of the Menorah lights, one additional light on each night of the holiday, progressing to eight on the final night.Typically three blessings (brachot; singular: brachah) are recited during this eight-day festival when lighting the candles.
We wish to wish all of our citizens who celebrate Hannukah, Chag Sameach!
DJ Earworm’s United State of Pop Mash Up Mix, according to him, the best music of 2014. Enjoy!