Recently

L–R: Adrian, St. Viateur Mascot, Enrica Uva and Natalie
Columnists

Generations Foundation: Snack, lunches provide food security

Generations Foundation thanks donors for their precious books, which are delivered to community centers for those who really need them.

Erratum: Wrong number for Carsley Whetstone
Sponsored content

Erratum: Wrong number for Carsley Whetstone

Erratum: There was an error in the telephone number listed in the Carsley Whetstone ad in our November issue. The telephone number should have read 514-289-9761. The Senior Times regrets the error. Carsley Whetstone

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

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.

Legal Ease: Give animals the rights sentient beings deserve
Columnists

Legal Ease: Give animals the rights sentient beings deserve

It has been scientifically shown that many animals are cognitively and emotionally advanced, self-aware, experience pleasure and pain, and can remember and choose.

Editorial: RCMP and CSIS asleep at the wheel
Editorials

Editorial: RCMP and CSIS asleep at the wheel

Our thoughts have shifted to the shocking murder of two Canadian Armed Forces soldiers: Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. The perpetrators, converts to Islam, were both troubled.

Menopause the Musical photo courtesy of GFour Productions.
Sponsored content

Preview: Menopause the Musical

Menopause the Musical is presented by GFour Productions at Centaur Theatre from January 21 to February 8.

A rabbinic view of  human rights in Israel
What's Happening

A rabbinic view of human rights in Israel

When Jews from around the world join hands with Palestinian Arabs in their annual fall olive harvest, it helps build co-existence and mutual understanding.

Sharyn Cadot (Photo: Kristine Berey)
Features

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)
Features

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.”

Financial Fitness: Making good investment moves can be tricky
Columnists

Financial Fitness: Making good investment moves can be tricky

If you want to send your children or grandchildren to post-secondary school, retire comfortably and achieve other important life goals, you typically have to invest — it’s that simple.