Gabrielle Soskin’s first play is about reaching new heights after 50 Gabrielle Soskin’s first play is about reaching new heights after 50
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Victoriaville festival a mind-expanding extravaganza Lori Freedman photo by Martin Morissette
Can Israel and the Palestinians co-exist in a “shared homeland?” Can Israel and the Palestinians co-exist in a “shared homeland?”
Columnists Financial Fitness: Whom are you investing for?

Financial Fitness: Whom are you investing for?

Why go through the fluctuations of the financial markets, the worry over interest rate movements, the fears of today and the uncertainties of tomorrow?

Features Gabrielle Soskin’s first play is about reaching new heights after 50

Gabrielle Soskin’s first play is about reaching new heights after 50

The living room in their cozy Westmount cottage is dominated by a century-old baby grand piano, a Heintzman rebuilt so its robust sound fills the room with sunshine.

Reviews & Previews Lori Freedman photo by Martin Morissette

Victoriaville festival a mind-expanding extravaganza

VICTORIAVILLE – An exciting lineup covering a broad range of creative music styles are featured in the 19 concerts over four days that are part of this year’s 34th edition of the Festival International de musique actuelle de Victoriaville. It opens May 17. The festival, with its international reputa- tion […]

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Brain health expert lectures at Cummings

Ever since she learned that her grandmother died of Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Tiffany Chow, Medical Director at the University of Southern California Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute, has been working to improve her own brain health, which includes maintaining a “cognitive reserve,” a set of conditions that can compensate for and minimize symptoms […]

Financial Fitness: Whom are you investing for?
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Financial Fitness: Whom are you investing for?

Why go through the fluctuations of the financial markets, the worry over interest rate movements, the fears of today and the uncertainties of tomorrow?

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Columnists / Food

Flavour Guy: In the kitchen with the rhetorical cook

In cooking as in language, rhetoric requires a response.

Editorial: Racial profiling by Montreal police has got to stop
Editorials

Editorial: Racial profiling by Montreal police has got to stop

We all have friends, family, and neighbours who know about that ugly phenomenon known as “driving while black.” It refers to police in Montreal, and other areas of Quebec and North America, stopping young men of colour driving nice cars, based on the idea that the two are incompatible, and […]

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Inspired by Terry Fox, they’re running across Canada

Once you have cancer, if you are lucky enough to survive the treatment, there is always the fear of recurrence.

Montreal Welsh Male Choir to perform this spring
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Montreal Welsh Male Choir to perform this spring

The present Côr Meibion Cymraeg was regenerated by the St. David’s Society in the 1960s.

211 resources line expands to cover Greater Montreal area
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211 resources line expands to cover Greater Montreal area

When social needs arise, it’s great to be able to call someone who can help us find our way.

The downside of upselling: Canadian seniors put at a disadvantage by telecoms
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The downside of upselling: Canadian seniors put at a disadvantage by telecoms

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Here at Sun Youth: Mom contributes time, skills to football team
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Here at Sun Youth: Mom contributes time, skills to football team

As part of the National Volunteer Week from April 15 to 21, we are featuring a volunteer who’s been playing a major role in our football program for nine years.

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Features

How to volunteer for MOW

Urgent: Teams to deliver hot meals to clients’ homes in Pierrefonds/DDO area once a month.