Articles written by: The Senior Times

Fundraiser will benefit African birthing centres
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Fundraiser will benefit African birthing centres

Saturday, October 25, the Fondation Sénégal Santé Mobile will host a multicultural, fundraising dinner supporting maternal and infant health services in Senegal, West Africa. The foundation began its work four years ago, sending medical supplies to the local community health clinic. In 2015, the organization plans to send medication and […]

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What’s Happening in October and November 2014

It’s impossible to get bored in Montreal. But just in case, here are few goings on in our favourite city.

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Have a rich breakfast with top Canadian authors

In Montreal, B & B has acquired a different meaning as Books & Breakfast – the now annual celebration of new writing by mainly Montreal authors.

Book review: Walking Where Jesus Walked
Reviews & Previews

Book review: Walking Where Jesus Walked

A new book on American Christians and their visits to holy places in Israel is described by reviewer Amos Lassen as “a wonderful example of ethnographic research in the study of religion.” He is referring to Walking Where Jesus Walked: American Christians and Hold Land Pilgrimage by Hillary Kaell (New […]

Syd Kronish, president of the Cote St. Luc Men’s Club, (left) thanks Irwin Cotler for his talk. (Photo by Jack Frank)
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Irwin Cotler: Antisemitism new global threat

By Sid Birns Last month Irwin Cotler spoke to over 300 club members of the Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club on international terrorism and antisemitism. Cotler talked about the explosion of international terrorism and global antisemitism as an assault on our fundamental values and proposed what Canada and the […]

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Geraldine Doucet celebrates new adventure

The veteran actress is now the first director of theatre at Projet C & D (Centre héritage pour aînés), a new Montreal North senior day centre. Their planned internet radio channel will offer seniors the chance to tell their life stories and participate in Doucet’s Radio Theatre Project. “I am […]

Editorial: Gaza war truce may be but a prelude to another round
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Editorial: Gaza war truce may be but a prelude to another round

Recent developments in the horrific Hamas-Israeli conflict make it clear that progress toward peaceful accommodation is impossible with this terrorist gang. At least it’s clear for all whose minds are not clouded by pre-conceived notions of right-and-wrong in the region. Once again, and regrettably, the 1.8 million Palestinians living in […]

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McGill Chamber Orchestra promises eclectic season

McGill Chamber Orchestra’s (MCO) 75th season will feature a wide range of music including instrumental and choral works as well as world-class solo singers. All concerts will be conducted by Boris Brott, who will host a pre-performance talk one hour before each concert. This year is the 100th anniversary of […]

Limitless Learning: Adult courses in Montreal
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Limitless Learning: Adult courses in Montreal

ATWATER LIBRARY Free Financial Literacy Sessions Sponsored by l’Autorité des marchés financiers. Advance registration required. Begins Wed. Sept. 17. 1-3pm. atwaterlibrary.ca/financial-literacy 514-935-7344 X 204 Low-Cost Computer and Digital Device Training. Fees for 8-hr. courses: Non-Members $140, Members $130, Seniors $120. 2-hr. workshops: $30. 1200 Atwater Ave. atwaterlibrary.ca 514-935-7344 X 204 […]

What’s happening in Montreal in July/August 2014
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What’s happening in Montreal in July/August 2014

Bazaars St. Willibrod’s Church •  Sat. July 5, Sat. Aug. 9, Sat. Sept. 6 9am-3pm. 351 Willibrod, Verdun. 514-769-9678 Annual Lawn Book Sale and Barbecue • Wed. July 9 10am-3pm. Atwater Library. Pointe-Claire Balcony Boutique Wed. Aug 13 • Gently used clothes, books. Free coffee. 10 am-noon. St. John’s United […]