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Hudson Village Theatre presents The Fixer-Upper Oct. 29, 30
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Hudson Village Theatre presents The Fixer-Upper Oct. 29, 30

The Fixer-Upper is a comedy about Bruno MaKintyre who wants to take charge of his own life, and his Aunt Tillie, who doesn’t think that’s a very good idea.

Bowser & Blue hit Hudson Village Theatre Oct. 27-29
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Bowser & Blue hit Hudson Village Theatre Oct. 27-29

The musical comedy duo of Bowser and Blue are back in Hudson once again!

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Financial Fitness: Annuities — the RRIF alternative

While RRIFs are suitable for most retirees, they aren’t for everybody. For some, an annuity may be a better choice.

Three years in Viet Nam: a story of love and respect
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Three years in Viet Nam: a story of love and respect

Picture yourself making friends of all ages with locals and foreigners from around the world.

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Features

Finding our way to productive and happy lives

If I get one more article for The Senior Times on Healthy Aging with the advice, Exercise and Eat right, I’m going to croak (to borrow my Aunt Beryl’s expression).

Montreal Gazette sports columnist Stu Cowan visits C.S.L. Club
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Montreal Gazette sports columnist Stu Cowan visits C.S.L. Club

Stu Cowan, Montreal Gazette sports columnist, was one of the boys at a recent meeting of the Hot Stove League Sport Discussion Group.

Robert Libman back in politics working to unseat Mitchell Brownstein
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Robert Libman back in politics working to unseat Mitchell Brownstein

“It’s my bread and butter, my passion, I love it!”

Help make history come alive at Château Ramezay
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Help make history come alive at Château Ramezay

On Monday, Château Ramezay Museum and Historic Site will host an open house for prospective guides.

Editorial: Get set for municipal elections November 5
Features

Editorial: Get set for municipal elections November 5

The municipal level is the one closest to most Canadians, and it  touches the most important parts of our lives.

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McGill Chamber’s Revolution explores modern works

The McGill Chamber Orchestra gets its unique sound from the leadership of conductor Boris Brott, and the way his soloists interpret the music.