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The Leonard Cohen we know and love is back with the gift that keeps on giving: his magical way with words, his spiritual side, the music that flows therefrom, and that distinctive voice – limited in range, but deeply resonant.
Chartwell Le Wellesley opened its very own British pub, offering seniors and community members the opportunity to taste traditional English cuisine and celebrate with their friends in a cozy atmosphere.
Intermarriage is a consequence of life in a liberal society, but what can grandparents do to pass on their traditions to their grandchildren?
You find what seems to be the perfect apartment: location is ideal, you love the amenities, and the price is right.
Sid Stevens says there is no such thing as a bad day: some days are just better than others.
We came to Leros with no expectations. It’s just there — a smallish Greek island in the Dodecanese group west of Turkey in the Aegean, close to some of our favourite islands. But we discovered so much more.
The kids are back in school and many, as young as five or less, have already chosen their future profession.
Norman Marshall Villeneuve is back in town, and the party’s on.
It was 1931 when American architect Alfred Butts joined the bulging ranks of the unemployed. There just weren’t many buildings being erected so Butts decided to construct something else – a game for adults.
McGill University’s Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre has launched The Smart Palate, delicious recipes for a healthy lifestyle