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Obituary: Neil McKenty, Dec. 31, 1924 – May 12, 2012
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Obituary: Neil McKenty, Dec. 31, 1924 – May 12, 2012

BY BARBARA MOSER & IRWIN BLOCK Neil McKenty began a relationship with The Senior Times in May 1998. He developed an avid following because of his integrity, his meticulous research and his strong and grounded opinions. Neil was a master of argument and always gave us the big picture. He […]

First Person: Gilles Pelletier’s paintings coloured an era
Columnists

First Person: Gilles Pelletier’s paintings coloured an era

BY SANDRA SCHACHTER Each day on my way to the office, I pass an antiques store and take a brief moment to gaze at the magical paintings displayed in the window. They start my day with sunshine. But as I walked by recently, I noticed that the paintings were no […]

Jan Wong tackles taboo of workplace depression with courage
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Jan Wong tackles taboo of workplace depression with courage

BY IRWIN BLOCK There are many inspiring moments in this gripping personal story of how one of Canada’s toughest, most courageous and successful journalists fell into the dark hole of workplace depression. Told with honesty when it comes to revealing her weaknesses and many character strengths, we are reminded how […]

Editorials

Editorial: Student movement rejects limitations of democracy

On June 7, 1960, the Quebec Liberal Party made this election promise in a Le Devoir newspaper ad: Free education, from kindergarten through university, along with subsidies for room, board, and clothing, for students with the required ability and desire. The promise was part of the package of fundamental changes […]