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Oedipus Rox on at Dawson Theatre
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Oedipus Rox on at Dawson Theatre

Dawson Theatre Collective will present its 10th Anniversary play Oedipus Rox, May 10-13. In this student-written play, a 35-member cast offers up a hilarious and heartbreaking take on a timeless masterpiece. Sophocles’ 2,500 year old murder mystery tells the tragic story of a man cursed by a dreadful fate that […]

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What we can do to protect animals from abuse

Cruelty can sometimes be the result of ignorance, and better information can prevent it.

Enjoy Art by the Water and honour Morgan’s life
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Enjoy Art by the Water and honour Morgan’s life

Art by the Water is a different kind of art exhibit in a historic setting.

Female pilots played a significant role during the Second World War. (Photo courtesy of Spitfire Productions)
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Medal available to veterans who fought in France

Since 2014, the government of France has been awarding its highest medal, the Legion of Honour, to Canadian veterans who participated in the liberation of France in 1944.

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Local authors launch their books at Blue Metropolis

April 27, 6 pm, Guernica Editions launches books by seven authors in conjunction with Blue Metropolis, a chance to chat with the authors, buy their books, and get them to sign them.

Million Dollar Quartet captures rock history
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Million Dollar Quartet captures rock history

Like many good things, it happened by chance. Carl Perkins, about a year after he wrote Blue Suede Shoes, arrived to Sun Record Studios in Memphis to record Matchbox.

Editorial: Outremont–Mont Royal merger raises inequality issue
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Editorial: Outremont–Mont Royal merger raises inequality issue

It also means that there is one fewer seat in Montreal and the West End where ethno-cultural groups and anglophones constitute an important share of the electorate.

Editorial: Andrew Potter’s scrappy piece showed he lacked judgment
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Editorial: Andrew Potter’s scrappy piece showed he lacked judgment

When Potter was chosen to head McGill University’s prestigious Institute for the Study of Canada, he was expected to be rigorous and responsible, especially for his own published work.

View of the Glen site in Montreal. (Photo courtesy of the MUHC)
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MUHC offers disease self-management ‘toolbox’

McGill University Health Centre’s chronic disease self-management program My Tool Box: The Building Blocks to Self-Care resumes in May 2017.

211 service gives Montreal seniors peace of mind
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211 service gives Montreal seniors peace of mind

If you are a senior looking for social and community services on the island of Montréal, you need to look no further.