Briefs: Christmas display draws attention to Pitt St.


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One might think that the entrance to NuMed Canada, located at 45, rue Pitt, is in fact the workshop of Santa Claus. With a variety of Christmas decorations on display, locals took note.

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“Due to COVID-19, the holidays seem a bit bleak in the city. Last year there was no parade so we decide to decorate our business as if we were in the parade (this year). We got a little crazy and made a little village inside. We have a lot of people complimenting us on the display, and at night they come to take a closer look when we’re closed, ”said employee Quentin ST-Marseille.

NuMed Canada is a leading manufacturer of pediatric catheters that help improve outcomes for patients with congenital heart defects.

Don’t be alone at Christmas at Long Sault

Members of the Long Sault community are encouraged to enjoy Christmas dinner together, rather than being alone for the holidays. Everyone is invited to attend from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on December 25 at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 569, located at 7 Frost Avenue in Long Sault. A full turkey dinner will be served free of charge.

Laura is under a new owner for the new year

Laura’s, located at 1140 Brookdale Ave., will open under a new owner in 2022. Current owner / operator Kim Sabourin and her husband Leon will hand the baton over to Carolyne O’Reilly and Jocelyn Nicholson, two local entrepreneurs.

“We are so grateful that Kim and Leon have entrusted us with continuing Laura’s legacy,” said O’Reilly. “We look forward to leaving our mark and building on the success of the company they have worked so diligently for. “

“While we intend to retain much of what made Laura’s a destination retail store, the store will undergo a gradual refresh,” said Nicholson, a design and home decor specialist. “Our customers can expect to see our own special touches and ideas! “

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South Dundas launches new website

On December 13, South Dundas launched its new website, striving to provide better online services to residents and visitors. The township worked with SDG and UpanUp Studios Inc. to complete the six-month project, funded by a COVID-19 recovery grant.

“We are very excited to launch this modern website which we hope will better serve our residents,” said Mayor Steven Byvelds. “This project is another way we are working to improve our community and provide the best possible service to the people of South Dundas.”

Holiday bus timetable

Buses will only run until 6 p.m. on December 24 in the city and will not be in service from December 25 to 27. Cornwall Transit’s regular schedule resumes December 27-30. in service until 6 p.m. on December 31. They will not operate on January 1 and 2 and will resume their regular programming on January 3.

Public skating schedule

Looking for something to do with the kids while on vacation? Public skating at the Benson Center, which costs $ 2 per person, will be open December 21-23, December 27-30, and January 2-9. For more information on ice availability, visit the City of Cornwall website.


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