In a spirit of recognizing accomplishments and commitment to strengthen Quebec’s English-speaking community, many of its leaders, advocates, and friends gathered last month to celebrate.
Please click here for stories and remembrances from The Senior Times newsroom as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Bob Dylan, 75, is the first musician to win the award and though few deny he is a poet, some teachers are on the fence about his Nobel qualifications.
Join us for a coffee house style loving tribute to Leonard Cohen at Dorshei Emet next Saturday evening, November 26th at 7 pm.
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.