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Buy pottery at Empty Bowls events to help feed the hungry
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Buy pottery at Empty Bowls events to help feed the hungry

Empty Bowls is a great way to help feed the hungry, enjoy a tasty lunch, and take home a hand-crafted piece of pottery, all for $25. It started more than 20 years ago as a classroom project in a Michigan high school and has grown into a worldwide movement. All […]

Editorial: No more artificial language strife in Quebec
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Editorial: No more artificial language strife in Quebec

As the world laughs about the kerfuffle known as “pastagate,” Quebecers are shaking their heads in dismay as the Parti Québécois government pushes ahead with changes to Quebec’s language law. There is a lot wrong with Bill 14, even as the Pauline Marois regime has softened its hard line and […]

What’s Happening in Montreal in March
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What’s Happening in Montreal in March

To have your event published in the April edition of The Senior Times, email us by March 22 with What’s Happening in the subject line. editor@theseniortimes.com ART Art exhibit • ongoing: Mixed media by Dianne Brazeau, president of the Dorval Artists’ Association. Dorval Library, 1335 Lakeshore. 514-633-4000. dorvalartistes.org   Group […]

Editorial: Better people are the answer to Senate shenanigans
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Editorial: Better people are the answer to Senate shenanigans

Like thousands of voters, you might have no idea who is in the Senate, how they got there and what they do. But the spate of recent revelations about how certain members of that august chamber appear to have been abusing financial perks has turned the very existence of the […]

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What’s Happening in Montreal in February

ONGOING Ami-Quebec Roundtable discussion • Wed. Feb. 13. The Hoarding Life with speaker Dr. Keiron O’Connor. 7 – 9pm.  6875 Décarie #300 514-486-1448  amiquebec.org  Bon Appétit Dinner Club Visit restaurants around the city. Fri. 7pm. 514-264-8951  b.bulka@videotron.ca Club Gourmand Food lovers are invited to wine and dine every other Fri. […]

Publisher’s Note: The Senior Times reaches out to all of you
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Publisher’s Note: The Senior Times reaches out to all of you

“It’s hard to be a Jew” is an old Yiddish expression that has suited me very well in my 26 years as a publisher. I’ve been told my newspaper is too Jewish. I’ve been told it’s not Jewish enough. I’ve been called an “ultra Zionist.” I’ve been called “anti-Israel.” All […]

Editorial: Walk-in clinics can ease humiliating ER wait times
Editorials / Health

Editorial: Walk-in clinics can ease humiliating ER wait times

No-appointment clinics can ease ER overcrowding—but only somewhat. The answer to the problem lies elsewhere, in addressing the lack of family doctors in the Montreal urban agglomeration. Every year at this time we see headlines about overcrowded emergency rooms in city hospitals. Unless you are unconscious, having a heart attack, […]

Letter: Louise Harel interview was irresponsible
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Letter: Louise Harel interview was irresponsible

Dear editor, I have been a reader of The Senior Times for many years and have always enjoyed it. However, I am upset at your choice of Louise Harel on the cover of your December edition. She has no place on the cover of an English-language newspaper. Throughout her political […]

Editorials

Editorial: Bold steps needed in the Mideast

It was short but brutal, the eight-day war in November that pit fighters from various factions in Hamas-led Gaza against Israel. The toll: 150 Palestinians and five Israelis dead, plenty of pain and misery on both sides. Both sides were ready. It just took a spark, which was provided when […]

Features

Seniors residence marks Remembrance Day

In anticipation of Remembrance Day at Vista, executive director Ronald Brunet and residents gathered November 7 to pay homage to the veterans among them who fought for freedom. Mr. Edward Soloway, a recent recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for service during and after the war, was accorded an […]