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Barbara Moser
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Ode on retirement: A valediction allowing mourning*

I have done that which I thought I would never do — I have retired.

Four cultures of youth connect, break down stereotypes
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Four cultures of youth connect, break down stereotypes

Kahnawake was set host to a celebration, one of sharing and learning.

Hockey surprise for CSL breakfast clubbers
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Hockey surprise for CSL breakfast clubbers

June 9 was a banner day for the nine members of the Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club breakfast clubbers.

Here at Sun Youth: Mr. Bike Man celebrates 92nd birthday
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Here at Sun Youth: Mr. Bike Man celebrates 92nd birthday

This is what he wishes above all: rewarding exceptional youths who set an example for their generation.

Volunteers are needed to help with senior care
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Volunteers are needed to help with senior care

The CIUSSS West-Central Montreal Health is looking for volunteers for its long-term senior care facilities to help with recreational activities, friendly visiting, medical escorts, and meal assistance. Volunteers are also needed to assist at the CLSC de Benny Farm reception area. Volunteers should have interpersonal skills, speak English and French, […]

Moving is starting over with a new perspective
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Moving is starting over with a new perspective

Moving may be a lot of work but it’s not what it’s cracked up to be — on par with divorce, and despair.

Indigenous People's Festival, courtesy of Facebook.
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Feature-length films and living arts at 27th First Peoples Festival

Jessica Deer, Courtesy The Eastern Door The 27th edition of the annual event will transform Place des Festivals from August 2-9. “This year, as always, we have great outdoor activities around what we call now Place du Makusham,” said André Dudemaine, director of cultural activities for Land InSights, the driving force […]

“Never Again” means human rights for all, Cotler tells men’s club. Photo: Charles Eklove
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Irwin Cotler honoured for lifetime achievements

Irwin Cotler received Quebec’s highest honour from Premier Philippe Couillard June 22 when he was named an Officer of the Ordre national du Québec.

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Auditions for the Philomela Singers

The Philomela Singers, directed by Margo Keenan, are a bilingual West Island community choir with a varied repertoire.

PET scan of a human brain with Alzheimer's disease.
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Alzheimer Groupe offers advice and respite for caregivers

Caring for a loved one who is living with the debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s can lead to burnout.