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World View: The republic to the south will soon enjoy remission World View: The republic to the south will soon enjoy remission
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Columnists World View: The republic to the south will soon enjoy remission

World View: The republic to the south will soon enjoy remission

by Michael Carin What a tremendous pity it is that we are living through a time when our thoughts on the world situation inevitably revolve around a small man in a big office. At such a time, it serves us well to reflect that countries can experience crisis in much the […]

Features The march from Auschwitz takes an emotional toll on all participants. (Photo: Jordan Stoopler)

Researchers seek female survivors of Auschwitz

“The long-term consequences of these routine medical interventions may affect the children and grandchildren of women who did survive.”

Reviews & Previews From Broadway to Segal, Doll House sequel opens Nov. 18

From Broadway to Segal, Doll House sequel opens Nov. 18

There’s a good reason why Lucas Hnath will have the most produced play and be the most produced playwright across the U.S. and Canada this season.

Travel Times and Places: Udaipur: our favourite spot on our Indian tour

Times and Places: Udaipur: our favourite spot on our Indian tour

We can finally say it: Udaipur is the city to die for. It was the climax of our trip to India. We took the superhighway from Jaipur with its numerous toll booths to Udaipur but had trouble locating our booked hotel. Finally with a call to the hotel, we were […]

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The march from Auschwitz takes an emotional toll on all participants. (Photo: Jordan Stoopler)
Features

Researchers seek female survivors of Auschwitz

“The long-term consequences of these routine medical interventions may affect the children and grandchildren of women who did survive.”

Herbert Marx: from the pool hall to the corridors of justice
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Herbert Marx: from the pool hall to the corridors of justice

Frequenting pool halls and bowling alleys that were part of the fabric of the old immigrant district around Mount Royal and Esplanade did not prevent its young denizens from achievements as adults.

Legally Speaking: Yes, I’m getting married again. What should concern me?
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Legally Speaking: Yes, I’m getting married again. What should concern me?

If you get married without having a marriage contract, like the vast majority of people do in Quebec, then your marital regime will automatically be that of “Partnership of Acquests.”

Generations: Our cats and dogs are family
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Generations: Our cats and dogs are family

Maurice was abandoned and sleeping out in all weather in the back of our neighbour’s home.

Beauty is ageless; Chartwell Le Wellesley benefit evening proves it
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Presenting Vivaldi, Bach & Julie Boulianne

This concert celebrates the life of the late Barry Seymour Boyd VIVALDI, BACH & JULIE BOULIANNE Dans le cadre du Festival Bach de Montréal Part of the Montreal Bach Festival 27 NOV 19h30 Église Saint-Jean Baptiste , 309 rue Rachel est Julie Boulianne, mezzo-soprano Theodore Baskin, hautbois / oboe Tim […]

The Word Nerd: Talking turkey with the Americans and all that garnish
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The Word Nerd: Talking turkey with the Americans and all that garnish

No, Donald Trump, it isn’t fake news: the origin of Canadian Thanksgiving predates this.

Greyhounds are couch potatoes, love to chill with their humans
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Greyhounds are couch potatoes, love to chill with their humans

They all had that glow! We’re talking here about the people who have adopted and are sharing their lives with retired racing greyhounds. As for the dogs, all looked content, placid, snug in their coats on this cold Sunday morning, quietly standing close to their families. Not one barked the […]

Aislin and Chapleau team up for Lachine Hospital
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Aislin and Chapleau team up for Lachine Hospital

the world of our Canadian and world leaders have provided enormous material for the clever and perceptive talents of this city’s most celebrated cartoonists.

Sun Youth moving back to the mountain and Park Ave.
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Sun Youth moving back to the mountain and Park Ave.

Thirty years ago Sid Stevens wrote his first column for The Senior Times. It was called Sid Stevens’ Notebook. With those words, our collaboration began.