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Health

Get tested for glaucoma, CSL club members told

After cataracts, Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide and the number one cause for irreversible vision loss.

Sun Youth: Nothing says summer like bikes and camp
Columnists

Sun Youth: Nothing says summer like bikes and camp

Sun Youth is gearing up for another fun-filled summer.

Editorial: Judgment time approaches for Harper
Editorials

Editorial: Judgment time approaches for Harper

The writ has yet to drop, but the federal election campaign has begun de facto with the Conservatives rolling out ads saying Justin Trudeau is not ready.

West Island community rallies for local groups
Features

West Island community rallies for local groups

West Island Community Shares has announced that it surpassed its fundraising goal of $1.2M, to raise $1.215M.

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What's Happening

Chez Doris fundraiser: Women’s voices help give women a voice

Women of the Americas will show CWC’s dedication to presenting high-quality works for women’s voices.

Montreal Fringe Festival: Spoken word poets take their place
Reviews & Previews

Montreal Fringe Festival: Spoken word poets take their place

How does a character go from daydreaming maiden to mysterious trickster? How does a person go from lost child to elder punk?

Editorial: Victims by any other name?
Editorials

Editorial: Victims by any other name?

It’s called a Monument to the Victims of Communism. At an estimated cost of $5.5 million, it is to be installed between the Supreme Court of Canada and the National Archives. Its name, concept, design, and placement are controversial.

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What's Happening

International miniature art exhibit: Big world, small art

The International miniature art exhibit will present its eighth edition from June 14th to September 6th, 2015, featuring more than 200 works of art created by artists from more than 20 countries.

Pascale Déry photo by Barbara Moser.
Editorials

Letter: Feature on Pascale Déry should have avoided labels

Why does it matter what mother tongue she was educated in?

Saturday-night shoppers crowd Jaffa Road in Jerusalem. Photos: Barbara Moser
Features

Commentary on Netanyahu’s “No” to a Palestinian state

Here is a selection of comments and opinions on Benjamin Netanyahu’s pre-election “no” to a Palestinian state under his watch in the current climate of regional chaos and violence, and his Likud Party winning the largest number of Knesset seats.