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There are blue skies over McGill, one of the many campuses offering courses on a host of topics this fall.
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Limitless Learning: Find courses in a host of subjects, from philosophy to photograhy

Use it or lose it—the adage applies to mind as well as body. Here is a selection of the many courses offered for the inquiring mind this fall at various institutions. The Thomas More Institute has 30 unique university-level courses over 12 weeks that are not repeated, including: * The […]

Senior Times staffers gather around their giant computer deep in the 1980s.
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Celebrate our birthday with your ’80s memories

In October, The Senior Times celebrates 27 years of bringing you the issues. Our presses started rolling back when hair was big, shoulders were wide and fax machines were the best thing since the rotary-dial phone. We have tons of fun things planned for our anniversary issue, but we also […]

Geraldine Doucet to perform in Cote St. Luc
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Geraldine Doucet to perform in Cote St. Luc

She sings, she dances, tells jokes, and generally entertains with her energy and positive worldview. On September 9, Geraldine Doucet will bring her talent to the stage at the St. Patrick Square apartment complex for a benefit concert. It’s at 6767 Côte St. Luc. Doucet is seeking to raise funds […]

Présence Autochtone celebrates local aboriginals
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Présence Autochtone celebrates local aboriginals

The 23d edition of Présence Autochtone, Montreal’s First Peoples’ Festival highlighting indigenous talent, takes place July 30-August 5. A smorgasbord of free and paid activities, the fest provides a glimpse into aboriginal creativity through art, music, dance, photography film and gastronomy. Films will be shown at different venues, including a […]

What’s Happening in Montreal in July/August
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What’s Happening in Montreal in July/August

Art Chihuly • until Oct. 20 First major Canadian exhibit by renowned glass artist. Eight immersive environments, four designed for the Museum of Fine Arts. 1380 Sherbrooke W. 514-285-2000 breathtaking.ca   Clubs and Groups Bon Appétit Dinner Club Visit restaurants around the city. Fri. 7pm. 514-264-8951 b.bulka@videotron.ca Club Gourmand Wine and dine every […]

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Bloomsday Festival: McGill gets intimate with James Joyce

James Joyce is celebrated as one of the giants of 20th-century English Lit, but how many have read his challenging prose? You are invited, along with those who have read his masterwork, Ulysses, to get to know Joyce’s stream-of-consciousness writing in a series of films, lectures, live music and staged […]

Aquatic Centre showcases art
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Aquatic Centre showcases art

The Côte St. Luc Aquatic Centre will be transformed till June 17 into an art gallery, showcasing the work of students from the painting, pastel and stone sculpture classes offered by George Deligeorge. Frameless canvases hung on invisible thread on light grey panels unify and harmonize the numerous works on […]

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High tea at Le Wellesley March 26

Before the British ever heard of “a cuppa,” there were only two meals customarily taken in England, breakfast and dinner. When tea was introduced, the clergy deemed it a sin because it did not come from a “God-fearing” country. Doctors pronounced it unhealthy and it was taxed so high as […]

What’s Happening in Montreal in May
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What’s Happening in Montreal in May

WELCOME TO BROADWAY, QUEBEC The award-winning Lyric Singers will burst into song at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, June 13-15, delivering music by George Gershwin, songs from Kismet, and selections from Anything Goes, Once on This Island, Cabaret, Titanic, The Book of Mormon and others. Reserve tickets at lyrictheatrecompany.com or 514-743-3382. ART […]

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Montreal Chamber Music Festival: First-class jazz is in the cards

Musical gems culled from three centuries played in small-group formations by top-tier performers—that and some first-class jazz is in the cards during the month-long Montreal Chamber Music Festival that gets underway this month. Talking about it with festival founder, cellist Dennis Brott, I returned in my mind to the marvelous […]