The 1019 Report is a new breed of community newspaper – with an emphasis on both news and paper. As the tagline on our nameplate explains, we will be focused on covering the news that residents who live within the 1,019 square kilometres of the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region need to know. That means keeping you up to date on what is happening with your municipal and regional governments, providing fact-filled reports on issues of interest and concern, and offering thoughtful and reasoned debate and commentary. But that is not all. This newspaper will work hard to also reflect the community it serves. This is an essential quality that some media has quietly, and quite ironically, lost during the last few years in a rush to throw everything online and hope that you find it on Facebook in drips and drabs. It will also look to support and partner with local businesses and help community groups get their messages out. These stakeholders are a big part of our community.
The Vaudreuil-Soulanges area is fortunate. It is distinctive from other areas of the province. Unlike typical small towns, where people grow up and often move away from, the municipalities here are the small towns where many of us have chosen to move to. It is a choice that, when we look back, reassures us. We want this – this distinctive quality of community, an often difficult-to-measure, but nonetheless real spirit that lets us all feel like we are part of something. We have a stake in it. We chose it. And we are asking you to make another conscious choice. Pick up The 1019 Report. Make it your meeting place to reflect on the consciousness of this community. Help us be the window through which the rest of the world sees this community. We can be the example that inspires others.
The 1019 Report covers the news within the 1,019 square kilometres of the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region, telling the stories that are worth your time.
Champs de Rêves, 1620 Chemin Daoust,
Dagwood’s, 54 Boul. de la Cité-des-Jeunes
Super C, 44 Boul. de la Cité-des-Jeunes
La Belle Province, St. Charles
RBC, 585 St. Charles
Pharmaprix, 585 St. Charles
Global Pet foods, 585 St. Charles
IGA Famille Déziel, 39 Boulevard de la Cité-des-Jeunes
BMO, 580 St. Charles
Dairy Queen, 3-578 St. Charles
Provigo Le Marché, 501 St. Charles
Dépanneur 4Seasons, 488 St. Charles
Jean Coutu, 475 St. Charles
Dépanneur Chez Madeleine, 181 St. Charles
Couche Tard 2933 Boul. de la Gare
Metro Plus Marché Roy, 3000 Boul. de la Gare
Chartwell Le Prescott,
1335 Rue Émile-Bouchard
Banque CIBC, 3030 Boul. de la Gare
Sélection Vaudreuil, 3041 Boul. de la Gare
Banque Scotia, 3070 Boul. de la Gare
Moretti, 3120 Boul. de la Gare
VAUDREUIL SUR LE LAC :
Dépanneur SERVI-Express, 1051 St Charles
Sous les oliviers, 345 Boul. Harwood
Sim Centre de Liquidation, 341 Rue Ranger
Jean Coutu 253 Boul. Harwood
ESSO, 330 Boul. Harwood
IGA, 1869 Ste. Angélique
Brunet Pharmacy, main shopping plaza
Dépanneur, 1831 Ste. Angélique
Sonic Gas station, 836 Route de la Cité des Jeunes
Esso station, 585 Route de la Cité des Jeunes
Quincaillerie St. Lazare, 1704 Ste. Angélique
Pharmaprix, 1780 Ste. Angélique
Bonisoir/Esso, 2665 Côte St. Charles
Ultramar, 2662 Côte St. Charles
Caisse Desjardins, 1704 Ste. Angélique
IGA, 484 Main Road
Brunet Pharmacy, 465 Main Road
Ultramar gas station, 3620 Route Harwood
Depanneur 4 coins/4 Corners, 2914 Route Harwood
Juniper Café, 60 Cameron St.
Shaar’s Dépanneur, 58 Cameron St.
Hudson Pizzeria, 76 Cameron St.
Crème Brulée, 429 Main Road
Que de Bonnes Choses, 484-D Main Road
L ’Express Hudson Depanneur, 3100 Route Harwood
Petro Canada, 3237 Boul. Harwood
Souvlaki Authentique, 3239 Harwood
Sauvé’s, 399 Main Road
Decor Hudson, 521 Main Rd.
La Belle Province, 515 St. Jean Baptiste
Metro, 466 Chemin de la Grande-Ligne
Jean Coutu, 464 Chemin de la Grande-Ligne
IGA, 461 Chemin de la Grande-Ligne
Smoke Meat Pete, 283 1st Avenue
Pétrole Leger, 100 Grand Boulevard
Ultramar Dép. du coin, 1151 Boul Don Quichotte
Metro Plus Ile Perrot, 450 Don Quichotte
Lilo Groupe Maurice, 105 Don Quichotte
IGA Super Marche, 110 Don Quichotte
Pharmaprix, 10 Don Quichotte
Pharmaprix, 101 Boul. Cardinal Léger
Maxi & Cie, 92 Boul. Cardinal Léger
Couche-Tard, 115 Boul. Cardinal Léger
Metro Plus, 107 Boul. Cardinal Leger
Uniprix, Boul. 111 Boul. Cardinal Leger
Dépanneur Tabagie, 106 Boul. Cardinal Leger
Toyota Ile Perrot, 2100 Boul. du Traversier
Fromagerie Montefino, 1329 Ch. St Dominique
Jean Coutu, 485 Beaconsfield Blvd.
METRO PLUS, 50 Saint-Charles Blvd
Vacupro, 285 St Jean Plaza Pointe Claire
Metro, 325 St jean Plaza Pointe Claire
Bluenose, 267 St Jean Plaza Pointe Claire
TD Canada Trust 265A St-Jean in Plaza PC
Le Wellesley, 230 Hymus
IGA Extra, 12 Place de la Triade
STE. ANNE DE BELLEVUE:
TWIGS – 85 Ste. Anne St.
Cunninghams Pub, 75 Sainte-Anne St
A St. Lazare resident, Brenda O’Farrell is a former senior news editor at the Montreal Gazette. She is the vice-president of the Quebec Community Newspaper Association, was a member of the federally-appointed Journalism and Written Media Independent Panel of Experts and a former journalism professor at Concordia University. She runs her own media company and writes a regular column for Investing.com, which is published in nine languages around the
Director of Advertising and Marketing
Marc Beaulieu is a former advertising executive with Postmedia Inc. and the Montreal Gazette. He is realtor with Groupe Sutton Performer and president of the Pointe Claire Oldtimers hockey league.
Isabel Liberatoire worked as a graphic designer for LaPresse+. She is the former lead advertising designer with LaPresse and has worked for many years as a graphic designer. She is currently president of Native Design.