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Financial Fitness: What’s cash good for, anyway?

As an investor, you may find that the elements of your portfolio that seem to draw most of your attention are stocks and bonds.

Features Follow your passion – good things can happen

Follow your passion – good things can happen

If helping people in need is in your DNA, a career in commercial and corporate law is not necessarily the most satisfying way to spend your working hours.

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CD review: Leonard Cohen’s Popular Problems

The Leonard Cohen we know and love is back with the gift that keeps on giving: his magical way with words, his spiritual side, the music that flows therefrom, and that distinctive voice – limited in range, but deeply resonant.

Travel Beyond Amsterdam to Leiden and The Hague

Beyond Amsterdam to Leiden and The Hague

The thrill of being in Leiden is that it is virtually pollution-free, not poisoned by carbon dioxide fumes from cars: people of all ages ride by on their sturdy bicycles or sail by in boats along the canals toting picnic lunches, babies, and family pets.

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Financial Fitness: What’s cash good for, anyway?

As an investor, you may find that the elements of your portfolio that seem to draw most of your attention are stocks and bonds.

Follow your passion – good things can happen
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Follow your passion – good things can happen

If helping people in need is in your DNA, a career in commercial and corporate law is not necessarily the most satisfying way to spend your working hours.

Canada’s 50-cent piece … the forgotten coin?
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Canada’s 50-cent piece … the forgotten coin?

What used to be an important part of daily commerce is now relegated to history, and the cabinets of coin collectors.

First Person: If you fall and bang your head, call 911
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First Person: If you fall and bang your head, call 911

One Friday evening in October, the week before Halloween, I was helping my daughter pack for her return to California. It was the usual mother-daughter argument over who’s in control and who’s right.

What’s Happening in November
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What’s Happening in November

Erratum: An earlier version of this listing carried an incorrect address for the flea market at St. Charles Parish Nov. 28 & 29. It takes place at 2115 Centre, Point St. Charles. BAZAARS & FAIRS Annual Tibetan Cultural Fair • Nov. 8 & 9 Sat. 10am-6pm & Sun. 10am-5pm. $5; […]

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Here at Sun Youth: Welcome to the bookstore

Donations to Sun Youth are as diverse as the people who donate.

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Generations Foundation: Snack, lunches provide food security

Generations Foundation thanks donors for their precious books, which are delivered to community centers for those who really need them.

Erratum: Wrong number for Carsley Whetstone
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Erratum: Wrong number for Carsley Whetstone

Erratum: There was an error in the telephone number listed in the Carsley Whetstone ad in our November issue. The telephone number should have read 514-289-9761. The Senior Times regrets the error. Carsley Whetstone

Legal Ease: Give animals the rights sentient beings deserve
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Legal Ease: Give animals the rights sentient beings deserve

It has been scientifically shown that many animals are cognitively and emotionally advanced, self-aware, experience pleasure and pain, and can remember and choose.

Editorial: RCMP and CSIS asleep at the wheel
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Editorial: RCMP and CSIS asleep at the wheel

Our thoughts have shifted to the shocking murder of two Canadian Armed Forces soldiers: Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. The perpetrators, converts to Islam, were both troubled.