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A lesson for our U.S. friends on resisting Trump’s tyranny
Columnists

A lesson for our U.S. friends on resisting Trump’s tyranny

The spark that ignited Nicolae Ceausescu’s downfall is worth recalling at this juncture of American history.

Voices of second generation Japanese Canadians depicted in play
Reviews & Previews

Voices of second generation Japanese Canadians depicted in play

“They came to the house, the Mounties did, they asked for Ji-chan and they just took him away! And we didn’t even know where he went!”

Opéra de Montréal presents first staging of Wagner’s opera till Nov. 17
Features / What's Happening

Opéra de Montréal presents first staging of Wagner’s opera till Nov. 17

The masterwork by the controversial German composer – reviled for his anti-Jewish and German nationalist views but admired for his compositional genius – was an inspiration for the Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy.

What’s happening in Montreal in November
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What’s happening in Montreal in November

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Editorial: Lessons to be learned from the Pittsburgh massacre
Editorials

Editorial: Lessons to be learned from the Pittsburgh massacre

This tragedy made us shudder. We had thought the senseless murder of Jews was a thing of the past.

The Miracle Worker
Lakeshore Players Dorval
November 2018
Reviews & Previews

The Lakeshore Players present The Miracle Worker

The Miracle Worker by William Gibson will be performed from November 8-17, 2018 at Lakeside Academy High School.

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Legally speaking: Child support for children over 18

There are two types of answers.

Montreal stage: Thriller delivers vision for Mideast peace
Features

Montreal stage: Thriller delivers vision for Mideast peace

Birthmark, written by Stephen Orlov and directed by Liz Valdez & Michelle Soicher, will be performed Sat. Nov. 3 till Sun. Nov. 18 by Teesri Duniya Theatre at MAI, Montreal Arts Interculturels, 3680 Jeanne-Mance. Raised on biblical stories of how his Jewish ancestors fought oppression, and marked by childhood fears […]

World View: A Chamberlain in the White House?
Features

World View: A Chamberlain in the White House?

By Michael Carin We are watching a ruinous chapter of history replay itself on the international stage. The president of the world’s chief democratic power is openly appeasing democracy’s principal foe. Since the day he took office, Donald Trump has never said a negative word about Vladimir Putin, while the […]

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Young Canadian composer awarded

The Schulich School of Music at McGill University has chosen Thierry Tidrow as the winner of the Inaugural Graham Sommer Competition for Young Composers. The $15,000 first prize for Tidrow’s new work for piano quintet, Quicksilver, was among $45,000 in prizes awarded at a concert and gala September 29 at […]