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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

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

What’s happening in Montreal in October
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What’s happening in Montreal in October

There’s a lot going on. Check it out.

Teens to teach seniors computer and smartphone skills
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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.

Cummings Centre to host caregiving conference in October
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Cummings Centre to host caregiving conference in October

Cummings Centre Social Action Committee will host their first Conference on Caregiving, Wed. Oct. 3.

Legally Speaking: What are my rights as a common-law spouse?
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Legally Speaking: What are my rights as a common-law spouse?

By Daniel Romano The term “common-law spouse” has a number of definitions. We focus here on couples considered to be legally married, without ever having had a formal marriage ceremony. In most jurisdictions, common-law spouses have the same rights as formally married couples. The most frequent question we are asked is: “How long […]

Photo: Gar Lunney, 1961, Library and Archives Canada
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Limitless learning: Fall 2018

Learning doesn’t stop.

Montreal Runners reach BC and welcome donations for Terry Fox Foundation
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Montreal Runners reach BC and welcome donations for Terry Fox Foundation

It was an emotional end to a fantastic journey.

Editorial: Even with their faults, Liberals are preferable to the alternative
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Editorial: Even with their faults, Liberals are preferable to the alternative

Most of us understand that at least some of these promises are not worth the paper they are printed on. So how to decide?

Bits and bobs: More groups and events in Montreal this fall
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Bits and bobs: More groups and events in Montreal this fall

Help dealing with loss A group for those in mourning will commence at Dorshei Emet Synagogue in Hampstead circa October 15. This group is open to all faith communities. Howard Richler says that dealing with the loss of a loved one in a group context has been helpful after the […]