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Organ virtuosi to perform at Saint Joseph’s Oratory

For those whose souls are nourished by music, Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal offers free organ concerts Sundays at 3:30 p.m.

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Bazaars in Montreal and area, November 2015

Your one-stop shop for bazaars in the Montreal area from Nov. 8 to Dec. 6. Happy shopping.

Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre explores theme of liberation
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Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre explores theme of liberation

For the 70th anniversary of Liberation, the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre explores this theme, through the lens of the media.

Au Contraire film festival addresses mental illness
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Au Contraire film festival addresses mental illness

Au Contraire is a film festival with a difference.

Fern Lindzon plays one-night stand in Montreal Oct. 20
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Fern Lindzon plays one-night stand in Montreal Oct. 20

To the delight of her fans, Toronto-based Fern Lindzon, a double threat as accomplished vocalist and pianist, returns to Montreal Oct. 20.

Editorial: The CBC must be saved
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Editorial: The CBC must be saved

Harper’s $115 million in budget cuts over three years to CBC-Radio Canada are hurting it enormously.

Editorial: Conservatives weak on senior concerns
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Editorial: Conservatives weak on senior concerns

Many Canadians have learned to be skeptical about electoral promises.

Museum of Jewish Montreal is collecting oral histories
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Museum of Jewish Montreal is collecting oral histories

The Museum of Jewish Montreal has launched its Stories Project, a crowd-sourced oral history initiative to share stories about Montreal’s Jewish past and present. The public can share personal histories on the Museum’s easy-to-use website and help build an archive of Jewish stories in Montreal. Anyone can submit a story in […]

Letter: Who is listening to Tel-Aide’s crisis?
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Letter: Who is listening to Tel-Aide’s crisis?

Since 1971, Tel-Aide has responded to more than two million calls in Greater Montreal.

The “Shprintsa Sisters” from left: Pesheleh (Gail Riffman), Measheleh (Thelma Lesser) and Tzibelleh (Sandy Vogel). Photo by
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There was magic and music in Côte St. Luc

At the age of 94, Jack is still performing magic for audiences throughout the Montreal area and still has his audiences
spellbound. They constantly ask, “How’d you do that?”