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Making sure your child with disabilities has a secure future
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Making sure your child with disabilities has a secure future

Seniors still responsible for their adult children with intellectual disabilities, autism, learning disabilities or mental illnesses face huge challenges.

WI Citizen Advocacy seeks volunteers to change lives
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WI Citizen Advocacy seeks volunteers to change lives

If you want to make a difference in the lives of these West Island residents, here’s the place to call.

The War Amps Key Tag Service has returned more than 1.5 million sets of lost keys to their owners.
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The War Amps Celebrates a Century of Service

One Hundred Years and Still Much to Do! A hundred years ago, amputee veterans returning from the First World War started The War Amps to share concerns and assist each other in adapting to their new reality as amputees. They never dreamed that this unique Association would become a household […]

Financial Fitness: Don’t panic if bear market returns to prowl
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Financial Fitness: Don’t panic if bear market returns to prowl

Depending on your age, you may have only experienced the bull market of the past nine years, so you might not know what to expect

Editorial: Something-for-everyone budget boosts public services
Editorials

Editorial: Something-for-everyone budget boosts public services

With an obvious eye to the Quebec election scheduled for October, the provincial Liberals have presented a budget that should go a long way toward solidifying their standing among traditional voters

Yiddish musical Once There was a Melody comes to Segal Centre
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Yiddish musical Once There was a Melody comes to Segal Centre

A Yiddish version of the Israeli musical hit, Once There was a Melody, is being presented by the Dora Wasserman Theatre from April 15 to 19.

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Seducer doomed in Mozart’s beloved opera

Don Giovanni, the two-act opera first performed in Prague Oct. 29, 1787 and among Mozart’s most beloved works, is to be performed in a Sunday matinee April 15.

Celebrating Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich
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Celebrating Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich

They are among the greatest musical personalities and voices of the 20th century and they were friends.

What’s happening in Montreal in April
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What’s happening in Montreal in April

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Seniors come of age — the digital age
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Seniors come of age — the digital age

It was a day that would go down in history.