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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.

You could qualify for free transportation to medical appointments
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You could qualify for free transportation to medical appointments

Please take a look at this checklist to determine whether you might be eligible for help.

Canadian Cancer Society urges us to heed UV index
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Canadian Cancer Society urges us to heed UV index

The results from a national survey reveal that almost half of Canadians are at risk of skin cancer.

There are blue skies over McGill, one of the many campuses offering courses on a host of topics this fall.
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McGill Chamber Orchestra unveils musical menu for fall

The McGill Chamber Orchestra is offering a wide-ranging and intriguing program in its 2017-18
season, kicking off September 27

Discovering the otherworldly Israeli and Jordanian deserts
Travel

Discovering the otherworldly Israeli and Jordanian deserts

Zion, our guide for the first day, proved within minutes of collecting us in Arnona that we’d made a great choice.

Coin Travel: These are the most beautiful coins ever produced
Columnists

Coin Travel: These are the most beautiful coins ever produced

Millions of coins have been minted over thousands of years, depicting royalty, gods, animals, landscapes, and national symbols. The list is endless.

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.