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Dr. Laurie: touching, holding, kissing counts as sex
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Dr. Laurie: touching, holding, kissing counts as sex

While the song lyrics say: “… the things that you’re liable to read in the bible, it ain’t necessarily so….”, let’s hope that in The Sex Bible for People over 50 by Dr. Laurie Betito, everything is true, for it is great news she brings.

Sharyn Cadot (Photo: Kristine Berey)
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Remembrance Day: Widow of veteran continues the battle

During the weeks before her husband died at an over-crowded ER, Sharyn Cadot was “running around” to get petitions signed. She was desperately trying to gain admittance for her husband into full time care to Ste. Anne’s Hospital.

Claire Holden Rothman spoke about her novel My October at Books and Breakfast in 2014. (Photo: Barbara Moser)
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October crisis looms in Claire Holden Rothman novel

“There’s a discomfort around the October Crisis. People were killed, people got hurt, people got abducted.”

Norman Marshall Villeneuve makes those drums sing. (Photo by Irwin Block)
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Norman Marshall Villeneuve bops away at House of Jazz

Norman Marshall Villeneuve is back in town, and the party’s on.

Cooking up funds for cancer research
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Cooking up funds for cancer research

McGill University’s Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre has launched The Smart Palate, delicious recipes for a healthy lifestyle

Irwin Tauben’s parents rarely talked about their past. (Photo by Irwin Block)
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Finding restitution: Montrealer reclaims property in Poland

Irwin Tauben’s parents were among the fortunate few – Polish Jews who endured sub-human conditions in labour and concentration camps to survive the Holocaust. They rarely talked about the past as they rebuilt their shattered lives.

October is car safety month
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October is car safety month

As the temperature drops, the wear and tear on vehicles can lead to bigger problems, which is why it’s crucial to prepare for winter driving.

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Have a rich breakfast with top Canadian authors

In Montreal, B & B has acquired a different meaning as Books & Breakfast – the now annual celebration of new writing by mainly Montreal authors.

Montreal Gazette editorial cartoonist Terry (Aislin) Mosher with Sparky. (Photo by Barbara Moser)
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Aislin, master of satire, publishes book No. 47

The targets of editorial cartoonist Aislin’s pen are local, Canadian and world leaders, and though they may not be amused at first, readers gobble it up.

Harriet Johnson is among 33 people who have signed on to a class-action lawsuit against the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children.
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Home for Colored Children: Nova Scotia government backtracks, apologizes

In Halifax Friday, Premier Stephen McNeil apologized for the abuse of former residents of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children, calling it “one of the great tragedies in our province’s history that your cries for help were greeted with silence for so long.”