Recreation News

City raises $2,500 for Ronald McDonald House

CSL helps raise $2,500 for Ronald McDonald House at Winter Carnival 2009

Councillors Allan J. Levine, Ruth Kovac, Mitchell Brownstein and Mike Cohen join Mayor Anthony Housefather and Parks and Recreation Director David Taveroff in the presentation of a cheque for $2,500 to the Manoir Ronald McDonald House charity on Sunday, February 8, 2009 during the Côte Saint-Luc Winter Carnival.

The Manoir offers an affordable and comforting home away from home for families who have a child hospitalized for a serious sickness in a Montreal hospital. Information is available about the Manoir at

Homemade Wine Tasting Contest 2008

The Homemade Wine Tasting Contest took place on October 15, 2008, at
7pm in the Harold Greenspon Auditorium of the Bernard Lang Civic
Centre. The well-known wine connaisseur Bill Zacharkiw of The Gazette
was the official taster. Special thanks to Donato Mancini of Mosti
Mondiale for sponsoring the event.

The award winners were as follows:

Montreal Vintage baseball team are World Series Champions

The Montreal Vintage Baseball Team that emanates from Côte Saint-Luc won the Vintage Baseball World Series Championship in Westfield, Mass. on August 17, 2008. Vintage baseball employs the rules, uniforms and equipment of 19th century roots.

Rally Cap Baseball Program a Huge Success!

The Rally Cap Baseball program which was offered in the Spring Sports session for children 5 - 7 years of age was a huge success.
Over 30 children registered and played on Mondays and Wednesdays at Kirwan Park learning the fundamentals of baseball skills and techniques taught by qualified instructors supplied by Baseball Quebec.

Heres a group photo of some of our kids haming it up in front of the camera.

2007-2008 Côte Saint-Luc Minor Hockey Intercity Team Accomplishments

Another successful hockey season has come to an end for the Côte Saint-Luc minor hockey association. Overall, it has been a terrific season both on and off the ice. The season ending banquet is slated for Sunday April 13 at the Greenspon Auditorium from 11am-12:30pm. Farrel Miller, one of the owners of the new Montreal Juniors hockey team that plays in the Quebec Major Junior League will be a guest speaker.

The breakdown as to how all Intercity A and B teams performed is listed below:

CSL Scrabble Club posts incredible results at the 2007 World Scrabble Championship!

Two members of the Côte Saint-Luc Scrabble Club posted excellent results at the 2007 World Scrabble Championship, held in London, England, from November 16-20 2007. Club members Joel Wapnick placed 4th and Dave Boys finished 17th, from an international field of 104 players. Club President Bernard Gotlieb notes "that there were twice as many players from our club in the top twenty than in all of the United States. Congratulations, guys!" Both gentleman are previous world champions. Mr. Wapnick won in 2000 and Mr. Boys won in 1995.

Côte Saint-Luc Tennis Club a gem

BY NOAH SIDEL - The Chronicle

I paid a visit to the Côte St. Luc tennis club on Saturday afternoon, and I must say it was a bit of a revelation for me.

I've been around West End sports for a long time and I've covered everything from hockey to figure skating to gymnastics to volleyball, but for some reason never tennis.

Tennis pays tuition for CSL's Rath


Côte St. Luc’s Zachary Rath learned to love tennis at an early age and has turned that commitment to a full scholarship at the NCAA level with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Rath, 20, is now in his junior year at the college and is majoring in management.

He was a GMAA champion for Bialik High School and was ranked as Canada’s top 18-and-under singles player.

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