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Animaze comes to Montreal screens Aug. 16-19
What's Happening

Animaze comes to Montreal screens Aug. 16-19

Don’t miss a special open-air screening of Sgt. Stubby: An Unlikely Hero on Friday at 9.30 pm at Parc St. Patrick.

Legally speaking: Can grandparents obtain rights to see grandchildren when parents oppose?
Columnists

Legally speaking: Can grandparents obtain rights to see grandchildren when parents oppose?

There are three typical scenarios in which these sorts of disputes become actual legal conflicts.

Visiting family and gauging Israelis’ reactions in these turbulent times
Features

Visiting family and gauging Israelis’ reactions in these turbulent times

Rivka, or Bep as she was known in Dutch, lives in Beth Joles, a retirement home for mostly former Dutch residents in Haifa.

Editorial: Boycotting U.S. goods and services will get us nowhere
Editorials

Editorial: Boycotting U.S. goods and services will get us nowhere

Many Canadians are rightly unhappy with the U.S. treatment of asylum seekers, separating parents and young children, and putting the latter behind bars.

What’s happening in Montreal in summer 2018
What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal in summer 2018

There’s tons going on in the city this summer. Don’t miss out.

Norman Cornett at the Jazz Festival
Features

Jazz mass at Red Roof Church on Canada Day

Two stars of the Montreal jazz scene will participate in a jazz mass July 1, at the Red Roof Church

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Reviews & Previews

Yiddish Ghetto songs celebrated at Segal

A special concert and CD launch of a new recording of Yiddish Ghetto Songs by Montreal musicians takes place June 21.

Montreal’s best folk festival is back with El Son Sonó, Yellow Door Troubadours
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Montreal’s best folk festival is back with El Son Sonó, Yellow Door Troubadours

Centered around the Lachine Canal, the Montreal Folk Fest opens Thursday, June 14 .

Editorial: Ottawa has no business taking over Kinder-Morgan pipeline
Editorials

Editorial: Ottawa has no business taking over Kinder-Morgan pipeline

We are disappointed that the Liberal government caved when U.S.-controlled Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. presented its April 8 ultimatum April, essentially a form of corporate blackmail.

Students pay tribute to their art teacher
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Students pay tribute to their art teacher

The 16 students of the late Myrna Brooks Bercovitch are honouring her memory with an Art Tribute Exhibition at Côte Saint Luc Library till July 1.