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Senior Times celebrates 30 years of news, views, heart and soul
Editorials

Senior Times celebrates 30 years of news, views, heart and soul

Who could have predicted at the time that down the road the baby boomers would become such an important demographic as they entered their senior years?

MRIs may help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy linked to concussions
Health

MRIs may help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy linked to concussions

Researchers in California have found a possibly earlier and easier way to diagnose a disorder suffered by professional football players and others believed to result from repetitive brain trauma.

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Features

Juan Rodriguez on the mystique and the memories of the ‘60s

Why do the 1960s, their spirit and substance, have such a unique aura for Baby Boomers and Millennials alike?

Editorial: CAQ leader plays race card in opposing immigration target
Editorials

Editorial: CAQ leader plays race card in opposing immigration target

François Legault, leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, is playing the race card in his bid to build support among the francophone majority.

My Name is Asher Lev comes to Segal Centre
Reviews & Previews

My Name is Asher Lev comes to Segal Centre

The Segal Centre will present My Name Is Asher Lev by Aaron Posner, directed by Steven Schipper from September 11 to October 2.

Dawson College marks 10 years since shooting tragedy
Features

Dawson College marks 10 years since shooting tragedy

On September 13, Dawson College will mark the 10th anniversary of the shooting that took the life of first-semester student Anastasia De Sousa, injured 16 others, and traumatized an entire learning community.

Cummings Centre launches courses, talks, workshops
What's Happening

Cummings Centre launches courses, talks, workshops

If it’s September, it’s time to think about learning. The Cummings Centre is here to help.

Atwater Library features Books Roadshow, poetry readings
What's Happening

Atwater Library features Books Roadshow, poetry readings

Who says the library can’t be an exciting place?

Animaze festival opens mid-August
What's Happening

Animaze festival opens mid-August

One of Montreal’s original and exciting festivals, focusing on animated feature films, opens August 18. The four-day Animaze International Film Festival & Industry Conference presents films from 65 countries in a range of genres and styles. The festival explores animation through screenings, lectures, and master-classes. It provides networking opportunities for […]

Venture out for the Arts Alive! Quebec festival
What's Happening

Venture out for the Arts Alive! Quebec festival

Happening weekends in six Quebec regions, this festival is an opportunity to venture out, as close as Montreal’s West Island and Hudson, to areas further afield in Quebec City, Huntingdon, Knowlton and Wakefield.