Articles written by: The Senior Times

There are blue skies over McGill, one of the many campuses offering courses on a host of topics this fall.
Editorials

Editorial: Confronting grievances behind BDS boycott campaign

Events last month in Ottawa and at McGill University have rekindled debate over the decade-old campaign that promotes boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) aimed at Israel and Israeli firms.

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What's Happening

Quebec soprano to appear at Festival de la Voix

FESTIVAL de la VOIX, which runs from March 18 to 20 in the West Island features performances by Quebec soprano Natalie Choquette, the Jireh Gospel Choir, and “La Voix” sensation Rebecca Fiset-Coté. Vox Aeterna is proud to present five concerts and three vocal workshops. For details visit festivaldelavoix.com or call […]

211: How to reach out for referrals and information
Health

211: How to reach out for referrals and information

This integrated information platform for seniors answers to a well-known necessity identified by the Centre’s counsellors.

Montreal from downtown. Photo by Hayley Juhl
What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal in March

BAZAARS & FAIRS Marie Claret Church • March 11 & 12 Fri. 8am-7pm & Sat. 8am-3pm at 10660 Larose Westmount Antiquarian Book Fair • March 15 Tues. 10am-5pm. Books, prints and maps for sale by 15 Quebec and Ontario dealers at Dawson College, 4001 de Maisonneuve Blvd W, 514-935-9581 St. […]

Start your day with the three Gs
Features

Start your day with the three Gs

The death of a parent, depression, losing your job, or surviving cancer can take a tremendous toll.

Art Show for Love cancelled
What's Happening

Art Show for Love cancelled

Perfectly loveable art for the one(s) you love! Lovely low prices! Multi-media in all sizes!

Villa Souvlaki image from their Facebook page.
Reviews & Previews

Restaurant review: Villa Souvlaki in N.D.G.

“It’s so fluffy,” she said, giving one of the greatest compliments you can give to bread.

Coin Travel: The evolution of currency
Columnists

Coin Travel: The evolution of currency

In a world where credit and debit cards have replaced cash transactions and currency is plastic and has holograms on it, we do not often think about the forms currency had in the past.

Editorial: Trudeau team off to a good but incomplete start
Editorials

Editorial: Trudeau team off to a good but incomplete start

It was a breath of fresh air—a leader and now prime minister ready and willing to talk to ordinary Canadians, and ministers who answer media questions.

December 2015: Volunteers needed
What's Happening

December 2015: Volunteers needed

Château Ramezay Museum & Historic Site seeks volunteer guides and offers a 10-session training course. Open House, Mon., Jan. 25, 10am-2pm. 280 Notre-Dame E. Old Montreal, across from City Hall. 514-861-3708 X 229; chateauramezay.qc.ca/en/ West Island Citizen Advocacy matches volunteers with individuals requiring help. volunteerwica.com/volunteer-3/  514-694-5850 NOVA Montreal seeks volunteers […]