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Anthony Braxton returns for solo gig at Victoriaville fest Anthony Braxton, photo by Martin Morissette
Projet Montréal leader ready to give Coderre a run for the job Make the city accessible for all, says Valérie Plante. Photo by Barbara Moser
Columnists Flavour Guy: Will the city’s compost bins end our marriage?

Flavour Guy: Will the city’s compost bins end our marriage?

The sprig of mint was part of the delicious but unpronounceable Thai salad. My mate took it and put it to the side. “I’m going to take it home and grow it,” she said.

Features Looking for Minda’s, Mindel’s, Mindy’s etc.

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If you know of any Minda’s in your family or know more about where the name originated, let us know.

Reviews & Previews La Bohème returns to Place des Arts with Canadian cast

La Bohème returns to Place des Arts with Canadian cast

Fans of classic opera are excited about the return of Puccini’s La Bohème, one of the most popular in the repertoire.

Travel Times and Places: Teaching art to children more fulfilling than I could have imagined

Times and Places: Teaching art to children more fulfilling than I could have imagined

I taught the children about the colour wheel, the primary and complimentary colours, and they took to it like birds to the sky.

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Looking for Minda’s, Mindel’s, Mindy’s etc.
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Looking for Minda’s, Mindel’s, Mindy’s etc.

If you know of any Minda’s in your family or know more about where the name originated, let us know.

Bialik high school students meet Holocaust survivor
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Bialik high school students meet Holocaust survivor

Secondary V students at Bialik High School were honoured to meet with Holocaust Survivor Joe Fellner and his friend, artist Abe Pinchuk.

Photo: Gar Lunney, 1961, Library and Archives Canada
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What’s happening in Montreal in May

ART Natasha Turovsky exhibition • May 12 – June 25 Centre culturel de NDG, 6400 Monkland. Meet the artist June 1 at 5pm Women’s Art Society of Montreal • May 12 – 14 Annual Members Juried Art Show & Sale: Friday 2 – 8pm, Sat & Sun 10am – 5pm. […]

The Alzheimer’s Walk in Montreal is May 28, 2017
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The Alzheimer’s Walk in Montreal is May 28, 2017

This year, the Walk for Alzheimer’s Montreal will take place in the city’s SaintHenri neighbourhood.

La Bohème returns to Place des Arts with Canadian cast
Reviews & Previews

La Bohème returns to Place des Arts with Canadian cast

Fans of classic opera are excited about the return of Puccini’s La Bohème, one of the most popular in the repertoire.

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Restaurant review — Pochiche: vegetarian, Lebanese fare on Westminster

We vegetarians are always on the lookout for a new dining spot and we found one on my favourite street in Montreal, Westminster in Montreal West.

Cummings Centre celebrity breakfast honours business, sports stars
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Cummings Centre celebrity breakfast honours business, sports stars

High profile personalities from the world of sports and business were on hand for the 13th annual Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Foundation Sports Celebrity Breakfast. Guest of Honour was business executive Joel Leonoff, CEO of Paysafe plc, a leading global payment provider.   National Hockey League scoring legend Mike […]

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Legal Ease: Providing advance medical instructions when consent is no longer possible

Quebec passed legislation providing for “advance medical directives” and the creation of an advance medical directives register.

Generations Foundation: There is much to learn about your next meal
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Generations Foundation: There is much to learn about your next meal

Generations Foundation last month offered student cooking lessons to three grade-six classes at Roslyn School.

Here at Sun Youth: Sun Youth recycles for a better world
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Here at Sun Youth: Sun Youth recycles for a better world

Recycling is an important part of our mission because it’s both ecological and economical.