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Editorial: Andrew Potter’s scrappy piece showed he lacked judgment
Editorials

Editorial: Andrew Potter’s scrappy piece showed he lacked judgment

When Potter was chosen to head McGill University’s prestigious Institute for the Study of Canada, he was expected to be rigorous and responsible, especially for his own published work.

View of the Glen site in Montreal. (Photo courtesy of the MUHC)
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MUHC offers disease self-management ‘toolbox’

McGill University Health Centre’s chronic disease self-management program My Tool Box: The Building Blocks to Self-Care resumes in May 2017.

211 service gives Montreal seniors peace of mind
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211 service gives Montreal seniors peace of mind

If you are a senior looking for social and community services on the island of Montréal, you need to look no further.

CD review: Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble
Features

CD review: Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble

The first time I played this CD – signature tunes by pianist Oscar Peterson, transcribed, arranged, and interpreted by Rémi Bolduc – the music lit up the room.

Empty Bowls: Purchase a pottery bowl and enjoy the soup
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Empty Bowls: Purchase a pottery bowl and enjoy the soup

Empty Bowls events fight hunger in Montreal. Initiated by the Unitarian Church of Montreal, these soup-tasting pottery-fairs have expanded across the city.

Whats Happening in Montreal in April and May
What's Happening

Whats Happening in Montreal in April and May

BAZAARS Artisan Fair & Book Sale • Sat. April 8 10 am – 3 pm: Sponsored by the Girl Guides, at Summerlea United Church, 225 50th Avenue in Lachine with 35 artisans. Info: 514-637-7605 or 514-634-2651 Lachine Legion Spring Bazaar • April 8 & 9 9am – 3pm: Lachine Legion […]

From Pierrefonds to Ecuador — living the dream and building the future
Features

From Pierrefonds to Ecuador — living the dream and building the future

Fed up with the Canadian winter and yearning for a liveable climate year-round, Donald Bosch and his wife Monique settled on Ecuador.

CD Review: Quinsin Nachoff: Flux
Reviews & Previews

CD Review: Quinsin Nachoff: Flux

Canadian tenor saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff is the kind of musician that stands out from the pack.

Joyce Wright is building a future for children
Features

Retired teacher makes a difference for Mexican children

A recently retired mother of two never expected to end up building structures for others – with her own hands.

Legal Ease: New Quebec Bill seeks to combat elder abuse
Columnists

Legal Ease: New Quebec Bill seeks to combat elder abuse

There are numerous cases involving financial abuse of the vulnerable by children, relatives, and friends. Now the Quebec government is tackling institutional abuse.