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Editorials

Editorial: Patient care, not hospital budgets, must come first

Projected spending on health care in 2016-17 in Quebec will increase to $33.7 billion, and critics say it’s not enough.

Dancing for a cause, seniors raise funds for Wishes
Features

Dancing for a cause, seniors raise funds for Wishes

There is a relatively new charity in Canada that offers to assist some seniors to fulfill a dream, but who need financial support to make it a reality.

Men at Art: Draw a straight line?!? Never gonna happen
Features

Men at Art: Draw a straight line?!? Never gonna happen

Members of the Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club stepped into the art classroom and said, “I can’t draw a straight line to save my life.”

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Features

Words to The Senior Times from the heart of the newsroom

All dreams have a beginning.

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Features

Senior Times sales staff weighs in on 30 years in the business

Shirley, Sandra, and Gloria have a few things to say to publisher Barbara Moser.

Barbara Lewis sings the soul of the country
Reviews & Previews

Barbara Lewis sings the soul of the country

The growing repertoire of great songs written by Canadians is a perfect focus for a concert series, and that is exactly what Barbara Lewis is doing.

Senior Times celebrates 30 years of news, views, heart and soul
Editorials

Senior Times celebrates 30 years of news, views, heart and soul

Who could have predicted at the time that down the road the baby boomers would become such an important demographic as they entered their senior years?

MRIs may help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy linked to concussions
Health

MRIs may help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy linked to concussions

Researchers in California have found a possibly earlier and easier way to diagnose a disorder suffered by professional football players and others believed to result from repetitive brain trauma.

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Features

Juan Rodriguez on the mystique and the memories of the ‘60s

Why do the 1960s, their spirit and substance, have such a unique aura for Baby Boomers and Millennials alike?

Editorial: CAQ leader plays race card in opposing immigration target
Editorials

Editorial: CAQ leader plays race card in opposing immigration target

François Legault, leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, is playing the race card in his bid to build support among the francophone majority.