Articles written by: The Senior Times

Editorial: Morneau’s investments spark calls for tougher laws
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Editorial: Morneau’s investments spark calls for tougher laws

He’s been pilloried by the opposition for possible conflict of interest. The controversy was based on federal finance minister Bill Morneau’s ownership of more than 2 million shares in Morneau Shepell, his family’s Toronto- based human resources firm, when he took office and the profit he would have made as […]

Artists team up with those touched by cancer
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Artists team up with those touched by cancer

Twist Out Cancer, an international charitable organization that provides psychosocial support to people touched by cancer through creative arts.

Acclaimed Bad Jews back at Segal
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Acclaimed Bad Jews back at Segal

The hit play Bad Jews strikes a chord with audiences because it mixes a comedic approach with discussions that cover deep issues.

Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Is the two-state solution dead?
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Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Is the two-state solution dead?

Given the growth and expansion of Israeli settlements in the West Bank since the Six Day War in June 1967, is it too late for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

What’s Happening in Montreal in November
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What’s Happening in Montreal in November

There’s a lot going on in our town. Here’s just a taste.

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Cinderella re-invented in Rossini opera, Nov. 11–18

The classic fairy tale Cinderella is presented in its altered version, as imagined by Gioachino Rossini, in Opéra de Montréal’s production of Cenerentola.

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Westmount Library’s book sale is Nov. 19

Check out what’s between the covers.

Make the city accessible for all, says Valérie Plante. Photo by Barbara Moser
Editorials

Montreal election: The best women won!

Montrealers voted for change and elected three women who are called upon to fulfil that mandate.

The many transformations of historic Château Pierrefonds
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The many transformations of historic Château Pierrefonds

In 1902, Joseph-Adolphe Chauret, a notary, built a large residence in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds. It replicated the Pierrefonds Castle in Picardie, France. In 1940, Louis-Pierre Lemonnier bought the home and converted it to a pastry shop. In 1960, Paoline Potvin-White transformed it to a pediatric centre and nursing school. In […]

Santropol Roulant to host masked pumpkin gala Nov. 2
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Santropol Roulant to host masked pumpkin gala Nov. 2

Santropol Roulant is delighted to invite you to our 17th annual fundraising event on November 2.