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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.

PET scan of a human brain with Alzheimer's disease.
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Brain health expert lectures at Cummings

Ever since she learned that her grandmother died of Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Tiffany Chow, Medical Director at the University of Southern California Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute, has been working to improve her own brain health, which includes maintaining a “cognitive reserve,” a set of conditions that can compensate for and minimize symptoms […]

Editorial: Racial profiling by Montreal police has got to stop
Editorials

Editorial: Racial profiling by Montreal police has got to stop

We all have friends, family, and neighbours who know about that ugly phenomenon known as “driving while black.” It refers to police in Montreal, and other areas of Quebec and North America, stopping young men of colour driving nice cars, based on the idea that the two are incompatible, and […]

Inspired by Terry Fox, they’re running across Canada
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Inspired by Terry Fox, they’re running across Canada

Once you have cancer, if you are lucky enough to survive the treatment, there is always the fear of recurrence.

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How to volunteer for MOW

Urgent: Teams to deliver hot meals to clients’ homes in Pierrefonds/DDO area once a month.

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.