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Features Editorial: Get set for municipal elections November 5

Editorial: Get set for municipal elections November 5

The municipal level is the one closest to most Canadians, and it  touches the most important parts of our lives.

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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.

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Times and Places: Ah… Carmel-by-the-Sea

Art is everywhere in this gorgeous little California town — a sumptuous feast of paintings, sculpture, crafts, or pastries.

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McGill Chamber’s Revolution explores modern works

The McGill Chamber Orchestra gets its unique sound from the leadership of conductor Boris Brott, and the way his soloists interpret the music.

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Letter to the editor: Peter Trent responds to Beryl Wajsman
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Letter to the editor: Peter Trent responds to Beryl Wajsman

In your latest edition and elsewhere, Beryl Wajsman is retailing the absurd notion that I wanted nothing to do with anything outside Westmount when I was mayor.

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An insider’s look at Hollywood North

A book launch and signing will take place Saturday, Sept. 23, from 2-4 p.m. at Bonder Bookstore.

Editorial: Hate has infiltrated our normally peaceful society
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Editorial: Hate has infiltrated our normally peaceful society

Hate crimes and right-wing resurgence go hand in hand.

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Limitless learning opportunities at the Cummings Centre

Back to school? That can mean you, too.

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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.

Is Westmount ready for Beryl Wajsman as mayor?
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Is Westmount ready for Beryl Wajsman as mayor?

Wajsman, 62, editor of The Suburban, is hard at work to ensure the answer will be Yes on November 5.

Mini-course on Israel-Palestinian conflict
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Mini-course on Israel-Palestinian conflict

All efforts to negotiate a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians have failed, and among the main obstacles are conflicting readings of history. Historian Neil Caplan, who taught at Vanier College for 35 years, has examined these issues and written about them in his 2009 book, The Israel-Palestine Conflict: Contested Histories. He […]

From theatre to road repairs, Mayor Mitchell Brownstein does it all
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From theatre to road repairs, Mayor Mitchell Brownstein does it all

A group of Côte St. Luc seniors recently performed The Wizard of Oy, and the producer was Mitchell Brownstein, who happens to be the city’s mayor.