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Columnists Financial Fitness: Consider modest withdrawals in early retirement

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Features Quebec community groups hail visionary leaders

Quebec community groups hail visionary leaders

Activists and supporters of Quebec’s English speaking community groups gathered to pay tribute to five people for their extraordinary contributions.

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American soprano stars in Opéra de Montréal’s Tosca

Tosca, the opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini and among the most popular in the repertoire, opens the Opéra de Montréal season Sept. 16.

Travel Three years in Viet Nam: a story of love and respect

Three years in Viet Nam: a story of love and respect

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Editorial: Morneau’s investments spark calls for tougher laws

He’s been pilloried by the opposition for possible conflict of interest. The controversy was based on federal finance minister Bill Morneau’s ownership of more than 2 million shares in Morneau Shepell, his family’s Toronto- based human resources firm, when he took office and the profit he would have made as […]

Artists team up with those touched by cancer
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Artists team up with those touched by cancer

Twist Out Cancer, an international charitable organization that provides psychosocial support to people touched by cancer through creative arts.

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Leading Klezmer ensemble performs Nov. 15

Some of the top performers in the klezmer revival are touring North America to present a Cabaret Evening.

Acclaimed Bad Jews back at Segal
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Acclaimed Bad Jews back at Segal

The hit play Bad Jews strikes a chord with audiences because it mixes a comedic approach with discussions that cover deep issues.

Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Is the two-state solution dead?
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Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Is the two-state solution dead?

Given the growth and expansion of Israeli settlements in the West Bank since the Six Day War in June 1967, is it too late for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

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Westmount Library’s book sale is Nov. 19

Check out what’s between the covers.

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Montreal election: The best women won!

Montrealers voted for change and elected three women who are called upon to fulfil that mandate.

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The Segal Centre presents The Hockey Sweater

AN ALL-CANADIAN, ALL-STAR TEAM BRINGS CENTRE ICE TO CENTRE STAGE   Lace up your skates! The Segal Centre is thrilled to announce that due to popular demand, the upcoming world premiere of The Hockey Sweater: A Musical will be extending until November 15 . This new musical is based on […]