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N.D.G. volunteer fair happens Aug. 26

The NDG/MTL-O Volunteer Recruitment Committee will hold a volunteer fair on Saturday, Aug. 26

Hockey surprise for CSL breakfast clubbers
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Hockey surprise for CSL breakfast clubbers

June 9 was a banner day for the nine members of the Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club breakfast clubbers.

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Reviews & Previews

McGill Chamber set to fuse with Beatles

The McGill Chamber Orchestra directed by Boris Brott wrapped up its 77th season with a performance of Carl Orff’s beloved Carmina Burana.

Volunteers are needed to help with senior care
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Volunteers are needed to help with senior care

The CIUSSS West-Central Montreal Health is looking for volunteers for its long-term senior care facilities to help with recreational activities, friendly visiting, medical escorts, and meal assistance. Volunteers are also needed to assist at the CLSC de Benny Farm reception area. Volunteers should have interpersonal skills, speak English and French, […]

Editorial: Mixed prayer ban at Wall deepens divide
Editorials

Editorial: Mixed prayer ban at Wall deepens divide

There was a time when men and women could pray together in front of the Western Wall.

Indigenous People's Festival, courtesy of Facebook.
Features

Feature-length films and living arts at 27th First Peoples Festival

Jessica Deer, Courtesy The Eastern Door The 27th edition of the annual event will transform Place des Festivals from August 2-9. “This year, as always, we have great outdoor activities around what we call now Place du Makusham,” said André Dudemaine, director of cultural activities for Land InSights, the driving force […]

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Features

Auditions for the Philomela Singers

The Philomela Singers, directed by Margo Keenan, are a bilingual West Island community choir with a varied repertoire.

Editorial: Bell Media blunders in scrapping local CTV sports team
Editorials

Editorial: Bell Media blunders in scrapping local CTV sports team

Conventional media – your daily newspaper and local TV News – have been under tremendous pressure

Shakespeare in the Park presents Much Ado until Aug. 15
Features / What's Happening

Shakespeare in the Park presents Much Ado until Aug. 15

As anyone who has watched any of its productions over the past 28 years, Shakespeare-in-the-Park is a lot of fun, the experience often memorable.

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What's Happening

Arts Alive! Quebec 2017 festival set to kick off in Montreal

Arts Alive! Quebec has an exciting series of cultural events planned over four days starting July 20.