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What’s happening in Montreal this summer
What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal this summer

Book Drive South Shore University Women’s Club is collecting books of all categories, French and English, for its August 3-6 book sale. Profits provide scholarships for women in post-secondary education. To donate, bring books to St. Barnabas Church, 95 Lorne, St. Lambert, weekdays from July 25 – Aug, 2, 9am to […]

Photo taken from the back of a rabaska canoe on the Lachine Canal. (Photo by Hayley Juhl)
Features

Lachine Music Festival offers class acts

From July 14-31, just as the first stars appear, the Lachine Music Festival presents a series of classical music concerts performed by local artists.

Festival Lanaudière promises renowned classical music
Reviews & Previews

Festival Lanaudière promises renowned classical music

The Festival de Lanaudière offers a range of concerts performed by renowned musicians including symphonic, chamber and choral works, till August 7.

For alcoholics, the urge to drink is Pavlovian, study suggests
Health

For alcoholics, the urge to drink is Pavlovian, study suggests

“These preferences could be driven by the sensory properties of alcohol, like its taste, smell and how it looks.”

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What's Happening

Re-experience the ‘76 Montreal Olympics this summer

Critics still call it late mayor Jean Drapeau’s billion-dollar baby.

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Features

Campaign exposes accessibility barriers for disabled

A national campaign from the Rick Hansen Foundation (RHF) is calling for improved physical accessibility for people with disabilities

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Food / Reviews & Previews

Montreal terrace hopping: The best summer spots

Now that smoking is banned from Montreal restaurant terraces, and summer is here, we set out one afternoon to discover some favourites.

The grandparent scam: A new reason to hang up on a stranger
Features

The grandparent scam: A new reason to hang up on a stranger

A Senior Times reader has called in to say that the telephone fraud has resurfaced in a new form. “

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Editorials

Letter to the editor: Confronting a fear of blindness

I love reading, especially when one of my grandchildren hops aboard my lap and remains perched there while I relate a story.

The TRC Bentwood Box, carved by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, is a symbolic tribute to the strength and resilience of the residential school survivors and their descendants. The box travels with the TRC and is present during all sharing circles, where it serves to gather personal reflections on healing and reconciliation. At the end of the TRC’s mandate, the box will be housed in the National Research Centre.
What's Happening

National Aboriginal Day to be celebrated in Montreal

June 21 is National Aboriginal Day, when the heritage and traditions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities are recognized across Canada.