Gerald Cutting’s commitment to serve the English-speaking community of the Eastern Townships springs from his deep roots in the land, but doesn’t end there.
Stereotyped, misunderstood, and facing discrimination, there are few ethno-cultural groups more in need of advocacy than the world’s Roma.
It was a big gamble: Was it the right time to focus on jazz?
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.
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.”
Even to call this a run is misleading: for many of us doing the race, the best that can be achieved is a steady walking pace up the slope and a cautious slow jog on the way down.
When neurologist Serge Gauthier first appeared in The ST in its early days, Alzheimer’s was thought to mostly affect old people, a consequence of strokes.
With civil war raging in Syria, Israel’s occupation of lands captured in 1967 and its refusal to abide by international law there has taken a back seat.
All dreams have a beginning.
Shirley, Sandra, and Gloria have a few things to say to publisher Barbara Moser.