Features

Photo courtesy of stock.xchng
Features

Muslim scholar speaks out against Islamist abuses

Tariq Ramadan is a Muslim scholar who appeals to Western Muslim audiences because he believes that modernity and Islam in an increasingly secular Western society are compatible.

Montreal's skyline
Features

Synagogues step up for refugees

Members of two of Montreal’s liberal Jewish congregations have joined co-religionists in other Canadian cities to sponsor Syrian refugees seeking asylum in Canada.

Generations Foundation: December – when giving truly becomes the gift
Features

Generations Foundation: December – when giving truly becomes the gift

December is a month like no other: Everyone wants to give of themselves and to experience joy with their family and friends.

Composer Karen Young hears mother’s song in bell-like canon
Features

Composer Karen Young hears mother’s song in bell-like canon

Karen Young is busier than ever—composing, organizing gigs in a myriad of styles, and gearing up for a five-concert series starting in February.

From heart attack to art attack: an awakening
Features

From heart attack to art attack: an awakening

The gardener and the artist have much in common

Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club: Look who’s 90
Features

Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club: Look who’s 90

The Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club held an outstanding end-of-year Gala at the Gelber Center.

What happens to lost  or  forgotten gift cards
Features

What happens to lost or forgotten gift cards

There are advantages to purchasing a gift card or certificate rather than giving cash or a particular item on special occasions.

Papineau Liberal Member of Parliament Justin Trudeau in Montreal December 17, 2008.
Photo by Blair Gable for Maclean's Magazine
Features

Justin Trudeau & the word on the street

Harper is finally gone. It almost seems like the country has let out a sigh of relief, especially among the younger generations.

Eileen Katz, Gerry Weinstein and Ted Greenfield are planning a new Château B'nai Brith. Photo: Irwin Block
Features

B’nai Brith heeds the call to shelter growing community

As the baby boom generation moves into life’s third stage, B’nai Brith is preparing for a spike in demand for affordable housing with plans for a second senior residence.

Le Nichoir bird sanctuary is not just for the birds
Features

Le Nichoir bird sanctuary is not just for the birds

Since 1996, Le Nichoir, Canada’s largest bird conservation and rehabilitation centre, has been providing care to injured and orphaned birds before releasing them into their natural environment.