Articles written by: The Senior Times

When implant issues arise, this surgeon is the trouble shooter
Features

When implant issues arise, this surgeon is the trouble shooter

For those who can afford the treatment, the possibility of replacing teeth with implants has offered a major advance in oral health.

Norman Cornett at the Jazz Festival
Features

Prof. Cornett presents jazz artists, and jazz mass

In connection with the jazz festival, Prof. Norman Cornett, a former religion teacher at McGill University, will be presenting three important events: On June 27, Cornett will conduct a dialogic workshop, or “creative exploration,” of the music of guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel and saxophonist Jane Bunnett. It’s on from 6 to […]

Editorial: New Conservative leader is out of touch with our values
Editorials

Editorial: New Conservative leader is out of touch with our values

Scheer claims that “taxpayers are very frustrated by how much the CBC costs” but fails to back this up.

Segal Centre presents Yiddish production It Shoulda Been You
Reviews & Previews

Segal Centre presents Yiddish production It Shoulda Been You

It Shoulda Been You, this year’s long-awaited Yiddish musical-comedy at the Segal Centre, seems to have all the ingredients for a pre-summer hit.

Stuart McLean’s voice shines through
Features

Stuart McLean’s voice shines through

His stories are as much part of the myth-making of our great village as any other Canadian icon

What’s happening in Montreal in June and July
What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal in June and July

Summer’s here. Enjoy your city.

View of the Glen site in Montreal. (Photo courtesy of the MUHC)
What's Happening

Men’s health day is June 15

A men’s health day, organized by the McGill University Health Centre, will take place on Thursday, June 15, at Carrefour Angrignon in Lasalle.

Editorial: We deserve better — in Ottawa, Quebec, Montreal
Editorials

Editorial: We deserve better — in Ottawa, Quebec, Montreal

While many of us watch with dismay what is happening south of the border — the so-called Era of Trump — recent developments on the home front are nothing to be proud of.

Two veteran buddies visit Wings of Freedom display in Florida
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Two veteran buddies visit Wings of Freedom display in Florida

I was 18 when I enlisted in the U.S. Army in World War II.

WI Community celebrates National Volunteer Week and VWI’s 50th Anniversary
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WI Community celebrates National Volunteer Week and VWI’s 50th Anniversary

Celebrating 50 years of service, Volunteer West Island recognized 50 Outstanding Volunteers, among the many who make a difference in that area.