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Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre explores theme of liberation
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Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre explores theme of liberation

For the 70th anniversary of Liberation, the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre explores this theme, through the lens of the media.

Hana’s Suitcase arrives at Geordie on eve of their 35th
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Hana’s Suitcase arrives at Geordie on eve of their 35th

Hana’s story, hardly different from that of some 1 million Jewish children whom the Germans killed, would have gone unnoticed had it not been for the curiosity of some Japanese school children.

Au Contraire film festival addresses mental illness
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Au Contraire film festival addresses mental illness

Au Contraire is a film festival with a difference.

“We are now serving people in their 50s,” 
the community council’s Sheri McLeod notes.
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Clients are getting younger at N.D.G. Senior Citizens’ Council

“One of the big changes for the organization is that we are now serving people in their 50s.”

Fern Lindzon plays one-night stand in Montreal Oct. 20
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Fern Lindzon plays one-night stand in Montreal Oct. 20

To the delight of her fans, Toronto-based Fern Lindzon, a double threat as accomplished vocalist and pianist, returns to Montreal Oct. 20.

Editorial: The CBC must be saved
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Editorial: The CBC must be saved

Harper’s $115 million in budget cuts over three years to CBC-Radio Canada are hurting it enormously.

Editorial: Conservatives weak on senior concerns
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Editorial: Conservatives weak on senior concerns

Many Canadians have learned to be skeptical about electoral promises.

Legal Ease: Canadian citizens need to vote
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Legal Ease: Canadian citizens need to vote

Who has the right to vote and how many of us will exercise that right?

Coins are like a time machine
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Coins are like a time machine

Let’s visit Canada in 1915 when Robert Borden, the man on our current $100 bill, was Prime Minister.

Federal election 2015: Too close to call in three ridings
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Federal election 2015: Too close to call in three ridings

Among closely watched local races, the outcome in newly-delineated Notre Dame de Grâce-Westmount and two other West End ridings could be considered too close to call. Marc Garneau, the Liberal incumbent and Canada’s first astronaut, was in his Monkland Ave. election offices recently when we asked him to define the […]