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Celebrate our birthday with your ’80s memories

In October, The Senior Times celebrates 27 years of bringing you the issues. Our presses started rolling back when hair was big, shoulders were wide and fax machines were the best thing since the rotary-dial phone. We have tons of fun things planned for our anniversary issue, but we also […]

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Editorials

Editorial: Proposed charter of Quebec values devalues individual rights

Montrealers are shaking their heads about the priorities of this Parti Québécois government, as expressed in its obsession about defining and imposing a so-called Charter of Quebec Values. As these lines are being written, details of the charter are not yet known, but the essentials are clear: the Pauline Marois […]

Editorial: Bill 101 has been an effective instrument
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Editorial: Bill 101 has been an effective instrument

When the Office Québécoise de la langue française was proposed 35 years ago, it was the object of both delight and scorn. For the PQ government of René Lévesque, it was necessary to stop the erosion of French in Quebec. For many anglos, it was a direct assault on the […]

What’s Happening in Montreal in July/August
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What’s Happening in Montreal in July/August

Art Chihuly • until Oct. 20 First major Canadian exhibit by renowned glass artist. Eight immersive environments, four designed for the Museum of Fine Arts. 1380 Sherbrooke W. 514-285-2000 breathtaking.ca   Clubs and Groups Bon Appétit Dinner Club Visit restaurants around the city. Fri. 7pm. 514-264-8951 b.bulka@videotron.ca Club Gourmand Wine and dine every […]

Editorial: BDS movement is another front in the war against Israel
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Editorial: BDS movement is another front in the war against Israel

The decision by world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking to pull out of a major Israeli conference gives a boost to that murky, one-sided campaign known as BDS: Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel. For those who support guarantees for a safe and secure Israel alongside a Palestinian state as part of […]

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Features

Celebrate Father’s Day with music

Snips and snails and puppy-dog tails must be the recipe for awesome. After all, that’s what little boys are made of, and look how they grow up to be such great dads. We get a jump on Father’s Day—June 16—with five great songs for and about Dad. 5. Daughter, Louden […]

Aquatic Centre showcases art
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Aquatic Centre showcases art

The Côte St. Luc Aquatic Centre will be transformed till June 17 into an art gallery, showcasing the work of students from the painting, pastel and stone sculpture classes offered by George Deligeorge. Frameless canvases hung on invisible thread on light grey panels unify and harmonize the numerous works on […]

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High tea at Le Wellesley March 26

Before the British ever heard of “a cuppa,” there were only two meals customarily taken in England, breakfast and dinner. When tea was introduced, the clergy deemed it a sin because it did not come from a “God-fearing” country. Doctors pronounced it unhealthy and it was taxed so high as […]

Editorial: Pierre-Karl Péladeau a poor choice for Hydro-Québec
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Editorial: Pierre-Karl Péladeau a poor choice for Hydro-Québec

Premier Pauline Marois has been naming a lot of Parti Québécois favourites to important government jobs lately, and when they are competent, these appointments are considered acceptable patronage. It’s part of the game. But she made a serious error in choosing media magnate Pierre Karl Péladeau as the new chairman […]

Editorial: Boycott clothing manufactured in Bangladesh to help save lives
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Editorial: Boycott clothing manufactured in Bangladesh to help save lives

Consumers love cheap clothes and shoes, but who is really paying the price for these bargains? The answer was revealed brutally to the world last month in the horror of the latest in a series of factory disasters in Bangladesh. Nearly 500 workers were crushed to death when a building […]