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What’s in the name of a newspaper?
Features

What’s in the name of a newspaper?

When I decided on the name for this paper I was 35. Now I am 67, going on 35.

Barbara Lewis sings the soul of the country
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Barbara Lewis sings the soul of the country

The growing repertoire of great songs written by Canadians is a perfect focus for a concert series, and that is exactly what Barbara Lewis is doing.

Senior Times celebrates 30 years of news, views, heart and soul
Editorials

Senior Times celebrates 30 years of news, views, heart and soul

Who could have predicted at the time that down the road the baby boomers would become such an important demographic as they entered their senior years?

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First Azrieli Music Project concert features MSO and award winners

A unique program combining music by Jewish composers and music new work performed in public for the first time is on tap for a special concert evening October 19

Goldbloom award winner Miriam Green, in NDG. (Photo: Irwin Block)
Features

Community activist Miriam Green moved to action by childhood experiences

“If you don’t stand up for people in trouble, one day you’ll be in trouble and there’ll be nobody there.”

Andrew Armstong
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Pro Musica offers discount to Senior Times readers

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and Société Pro Musica, Série Les Récitals presented by Hydro-Québec

Generations: School reunions remind us of inspiring teachers
Columnists

Generations: School reunions remind us of inspiring teachers

Baron Byng High School Reunions are a wonderful occasion to revisit the good old days.

Here at Sun Youth: Volunteering pays off
Columnists

Here at Sun Youth: Volunteering pays off

To carry out its activities and help hundreds of people daily, Sun Youth relies on volunteers.

MRIs may help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy linked to concussions
Health

MRIs may help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy linked to concussions

Researchers in California have found a possibly earlier and easier way to diagnose a disorder suffered by professional football players and others believed to result from repetitive brain trauma.

Word Nerd: The word of the year is an emoji, and it’s crying tears of joy
Columnists

Word Nerd: The word of the year is an emoji, and it’s crying tears of joy

What qualifies as a word lexicographically has always been problematic.