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View of the Glen site in Montreal. (Photo courtesy of the MUHC)
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Men’s health day is June 15

A men’s health day, organized by the McGill University Health Centre, will take place on Thursday, June 15, at Carrefour Angrignon in Lasalle.

Editorial: We deserve better — in Ottawa, Quebec, Montreal
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Editorial: We deserve better — in Ottawa, Quebec, Montreal

While many of us watch with dismay what is happening south of the border — the so-called Era of Trump — recent developments on the home front are nothing to be proud of.

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The Word Nerd: The Keys to QWERTY unlocked

Quiz: What common 10-letter word is composed solely of letters found on the top letter line of a typewriter?

Two veteran buddies visit Wings of Freedom display in Florida
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Two veteran buddies visit Wings of Freedom display in Florida

I was 18 when I enlisted in the U.S. Army in World War II.

Generations Foundation: My mother was an angel
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Generations Foundation: My mother was an angel

I wish I had told her more often how much I loved her, how dear she was to me, and that she was my angel.

Here at Sun Youth: Helping Mother Nature
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Here at Sun Youth: Helping Mother Nature

Somewhere, deep in the womb of Sun Youth Organization, are the growing seeds of a (hopefully) fruitful summer.

McGill Chamber Orchestra unveils new logo, programming
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McGill Chamber Orchestra unveils new logo, programming

Introducing our new logo! Inspired by our 16 core members centred around our conductor and artistic director, Boris Brott, this logo is a modern take on one of Canada’s oldest professional orchestras. Why did we choose to continue forward with solely MCO as opposed to OCM-MCO? We found that regardless […]

WI Community celebrates National Volunteer Week and VWI’s 50th Anniversary
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WI Community celebrates National Volunteer Week and VWI’s 50th Anniversary

Celebrating 50 years of service, Volunteer West Island recognized 50 Outstanding Volunteers, among the many who make a difference in that area.

Financial Fitness: You could qualify for a disability savings plan
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Financial Fitness: You could qualify for a disability savings plan

The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) was introduced in 2008 to help individuals with severe and prolonged disabilities save for their long-term financial security. However, many Canadians have not yet taken advantage of its benefits, which can help the disabled provide a better future for themselves and their families. A […]

China on their own — they did it and so can you
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China on their own — they did it and so can you

When you want to see everything, the lure of heavily advertised China as a tourist destination is powerful. For many, the temptation is strong to sign up for an all-inclusive tour: you don’t have to worry about anything, says the pitch, including not speaking Chinese. The good news, from Dennis […]