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Letter: Who is listening to Tel-Aide’s crisis?
Editorials

Letter: Who is listening to Tel-Aide’s crisis?

Since 1971, Tel-Aide has responded to more than two million calls in Greater Montreal.

The “Shprintsa Sisters” from left: Pesheleh (Gail Riffman), Measheleh (Thelma Lesser) and Tzibelleh (Sandy Vogel). Photo by
Reviews & Previews

There was magic and music in Côte St. Luc

At the age of 94, Jack is still performing magic for audiences throughout the Montreal area and still has his audiences
spellbound. They constantly ask, “How’d you do that?”

Norman Cornett at the Jazz Festival
What's Happening

Norman Cornett to talk about liberation theology

Prof. Norman Cornett will lead a 3-part dialogic series with Lacaille on Sept. 14, 21, and 28, 2015.

Limitless Learning 2015: Adult courses in the Montreal area
What's Happening

Limitless Learning 2015: Adult courses in the Montreal area

It’s back to school for adults, too, with dozens of fabulous courses to choose from.

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What's Happening

Beaconsfield Yacht Club breakfast benefits Children’s Wish Foundation

If having breakfast at a Yacht Club sounds good, you’ll enjoy it more while supporting a worthy cause.

Editorial: A ‘Yes’ to Housefather is a ‘No’ to Harper on Oct. 19
Editorials

Editorial: A ‘Yes’ to Housefather is a ‘No’ to Harper on Oct. 19

It’s been a long ten years with Stephen Harper and his Conservatives running the country and it is high time to change direction.

Federal election 2015 debate comes to Temple in Montreal
What's Happening

Federal election 2015 debate comes to Temple in Montreal

Representatives of the three major parties are to debate federal election campaign issues in Montreal, Wednesday, Sept. 9.

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Health

Get tested for glaucoma, CSL club members told

After cataracts, Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide and the number one cause for irreversible vision loss.

Sun Youth: Nothing says summer like bikes and camp
Columnists

Sun Youth: Nothing says summer like bikes and camp

Sun Youth is gearing up for another fun-filled summer.

Editorial: Judgment time approaches for Harper
Editorials

Editorial: Judgment time approaches for Harper

The writ has yet to drop, but the federal election campaign has begun de facto with the Conservatives rolling out ads saying Justin Trudeau is not ready.