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Legal Ease: When the house we live in ceases to be our home

The landlord provides the premises and we, the tenant, pay the rent. It seems simple but it isn’t always so.

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Let’s Talk About It: Holding onto family history

When we’re young we want to forge a new identity and separate ourselves from our parents and their possessions; when we’re older we want to reclaim them.

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Brace for Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca at Le Gesù

The true communion spirit in the heart of Flamenco will be at its peak for three nights

Helpline celebrates 60 years of action
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Helpline celebrates 60 years of action

The Information and Referral Center of Greater Montreal offers service in English and French on the phone seven days a week, from 8am to 6pm.

Dafina Savic wins Goldbloom award for her initiatives. Photo by Irwin Block
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Quebec Community Groups Network celebrates Goldbloom winners

In a spirit of recognizing accomplishments and commitment to strengthen Quebec’s English-speaking community, many of its leaders, advocates, and friends gathered last month to celebrate.

Natalie Bercovici (far left) and volunteers prepare gifts for needy children. (Photo courtesy of Generations Foundation)
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Financial Fitness: Everyone benefits from charitable gifts

As long as you choose groups that meet the right criteria, your generosity can also be rewarding to you, in the form of tax benefits.

Photo gallery: The ST celebrates 30 years with a gala
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Photo gallery: The ST celebrates 30 years with a gala

Please click here for stories and remembrances from The Senior Times newsroom as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.

Joan Baez and Bob Dylan Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. in 1963. (National Archives)
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Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan causes good-natured discord among Dawson teachers

Bob Dylan, 75, is the first musician to win the award and though few deny he is a poet, some teachers are on the fence about his Nobel qualifications.

So the Treasure was Divided: pirates dividing their loot. The oil painting, which the illustration was of, was sold in 1905, and is currently part of the Delaware Art Museum's collection.
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Word Nerd: Politics plunders words from military, religion, even pirates

The language of politics has borrowed from other disciplines.

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Leonard Cohen tribute takes place Nov. 26 in Hampstead

Join us for a coffee house style loving tribute to Leonard Cohen at Dorshei Emet next Saturday evening, November 26th at 7 pm.