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Radical Rest Homes on the agenda Radical Rest Homes on the agenda
Columnists Flavour Guy: On the familiar vs. the trendy & a good pie crumble

Flavour Guy: On the familiar vs. the trendy & a good pie crumble

Eating out can be a balancing act.

Features Ometz agency trains caregivers, making them highly employable

Ometz agency trains caregivers, making them highly employable

“It’s often a new chapter in their lives.”

Reviews & Previews Award-winning play The Children comes to Centaur

Award-winning play The Children comes to Centaur

The hit play called The Children made such an impact when first performed in London’s Royal Court Theatre in 2016 that the next year it went straight to Broadway – with its original cast.

Travel Times and Places: Holland is all about the canals and architecture

Times and Places: Holland is all about the canals and architecture

This trip started off with a bit of a scare.

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Indigenous Vision & Voices: A multimedia concert honouring Saint Kateri
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Indigenous Vision & Voices: A multimedia concert honouring Saint Kateri

Honouring the life and legacy of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, this new orchestral and theatrical work features solo violin, actress, dancer, chorus, and evocative visuals.

Generations Foundation: Our Dawson connection is a give & take
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Generations Foundation: Our Dawson connection is a give & take

The contributing artists this year are Michael Litvack and Susan Erdelyi.

Montreal stage: Shakespeare’s sonnets transformed
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Montreal stage: Shakespeare’s sonnets transformed

McGill’s English Department and Infinitheatre’s Early Modern Conversion Project are performing Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Agora de la Danse showcases new work
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Agora de la Danse showcases new work

Contemporary dance is an area of creative culture in which Montreal has won a world reputation for leadership and excellence.

Editorial: We are concerned but hope Quebec’s new regime will listen
Editorials

Editorial: We are concerned but hope Quebec’s new regime will listen

We are outsiders looking in, and that represents a huge challenge, for our community and the new government.

Arthritis Forum to be held November 10
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Arthritis Forum to be held November 10

The Arthritis Forum is a day dedicated entirely to rheumatic diseases and is open to people with arthritis and their loved ones, as well as to health professionals.

Award-winning play The Children comes to Centaur
Reviews & Previews

Award-winning play The Children comes to Centaur

The hit play called The Children made such an impact when first performed in London’s Royal Court Theatre in 2016 that the next year it went straight to Broadway – with its original cast.

What’s happening in Montreal in October
What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal in October

There’s a lot going on. Check it out.

The love of being a student: the story of Irene Steiner
Features

The love of being a student: the story of Irene Steiner

It’s never too late to return to school – especially when your formative years have been shattered by displacement, living as a Jew in central Europe during World War II

Teens to teach seniors computer and smartphone skills
Features

Teens to teach seniors computer and smartphone skills

Some of us learned about computers and cell phones as part of our jobs, but others in the 55-plus demographic may not had that kind of training.