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It’s not too late to help out the NDG food depot
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It’s not too late to help out the NDG food depot

You can still help your neighbours. Click here to find out how.

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Book fair features Quebec English writers

Saturday and Sunday, November 25 and 26, The Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair invites booklovers of all ages and interests to browse, buy, and have books signed. Publishers and authors will be on hand with new titles including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and children’s books. The event is at Le Café in […]

Breakfast Clubbers do lunch with member at Richardson
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Breakfast Clubbers do lunch with member at Richardson

It all started when Jack Frank met George Nashen.

Boys With Cars is all about girls
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Boys With Cars is all about girls

Boys with Cars, Geordie Productions first play of the season, is not really about cars, or directly about boys, for that matter.

All Leonard all the time in anniversary tribute series
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All Leonard all the time in anniversary tribute series

It’s been a year since Leonard Cohen died, at home in Los Angeles, and his hometown is remembering him in a big way.

Quebec community groups hail visionary leaders
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Quebec community groups hail visionary leaders

Activists and supporters of Quebec’s English speaking community groups gathered to pay tribute to five people for their extraordinary contributions.

Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Is the two-state solution dead?
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Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Is the two-state solution dead?

Given the growth and expansion of Israeli settlements in the West Bank since the Six Day War in June 1967, is it too late for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

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Cinderella re-invented in Rossini opera, Nov. 11–18

The classic fairy tale Cinderella is presented in its altered version, as imagined by Gioachino Rossini, in Opéra de Montréal’s production of Cenerentola.

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Musician Boris Brott celebrates Handel’s Messiah

Shortly after his third birthday Boris Brott found himself with a violin and bow in his hands.

The many transformations of historic Château Pierrefonds
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The many transformations of historic Château Pierrefonds

In 1902, Joseph-Adolphe Chauret, a notary, built a large residence in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds. It replicated the Pierrefonds Castle in Picardie, France. In 1940, Louis-Pierre Lemonnier bought the home and converted it to a pastry shop. In 1960, Paoline Potvin-White transformed it to a pediatric centre and nursing school. In […]