MONTREAL GAZETTE More from Montreal Gazette Lachine borough councillor Maja Vodanovic. MARIE-FRANCE COALLIER / MONTREAL GAZETTE FILES A little more than three years after winning a seat on Lachine’s borough council as part of Claude Dauphin’s slate of candidates, councillor Maja Vodanovic has joined the ranks of Projet Montréal. Projet Montréal leader Valérie Plante, who described […]
Lachine councillor tackles east-end development project
Lachine mayor Claude Dauphin and his borough council found themselves under fire Monday night from a former political ally in the wake of a delay of an already controversial real estate project.
Councillor quits Équipe Dauphin Lachine amid allegations against mayor
Maja Vodanovic, a borough councillor for Lachine, announced in a statement Monday that she is resigning from Équipe Dauphin Lachine and will sit as an independent instead.
Lakeside Academy parents scrambling to find ways to avoid Lachine school’s closure
When Dorval resident Jennifer Park found out school board commissioners voted 8-5 to shut down her children’s high school, Lakeside Academy, she was livid. “Sometimes when you look at a school as a business, you don’t look at the heart of the school,” she said.
Maja Vodanovic on protecting Lakeside Academy
Global’s Billy Shields speaks to Lachine city councillor Maja Vodanovic about how the community is dealing with the news that Lakeside Academy will be closed come June.
Residents push for safer measures on Saint-Jacques Street
Lachine residents were fuming after stop signs were removed on Saint-Jacques Street to help traffic flow due to construction on the Turcot Interchange. Transports Quebec has since put them back, but as Global’s Felicia Parrillo reports, residents worry that it is just a “temporary fix.”
Kahnawake students help clean Dorval creek
Nearly 100 students from 10 Montreal-area schools, including two from Kahnawake, participated in a special Earth Day-related project last month. Several Kahnawake girls attending the Queen of Angels Academy, along with groups from the Indian Way School and Karonhianonhnha School, were among the many students that gathered to clean the banks of Dorval’s Bouchard Creek. […]