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Greyhounds are couch potatoes, love to chill with their humans
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Greyhounds are couch potatoes, love to chill with their humans

They all had that glow! We’re talking here about the people who have adopted and are sharing their lives with retired racing greyhounds. As for the dogs, all looked content, placid, snug in their coats on this cold Sunday morning, quietly standing close to their families. Not one barked the […]

Aislin and Chapleau team up for Lachine Hospital
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Aislin and Chapleau team up for Lachine Hospital

the world of our Canadian and world leaders have provided enormous material for the clever and perceptive talents of this city’s most celebrated cartoonists.

Sun Youth moving back to the mountain and Park Ave.
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Sun Youth moving back to the mountain and Park Ave.

Thirty years ago Sid Stevens wrote his first column for The Senior Times. It was called Sid Stevens’ Notebook. With those words, our collaboration began.

From Broadway to Segal, Doll House sequel opens Nov. 18
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From Broadway to Segal, Doll House sequel opens Nov. 18

There’s a good reason why Lucas Hnath will have the most produced play and be the most produced playwright across the U.S. and Canada this season.

A lesson for our U.S. friends on resisting Trump’s tyranny
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A lesson for our U.S. friends on resisting Trump’s tyranny

The spark that ignited Nicolae Ceausescu’s downfall is worth recalling at this juncture of American history.

Concordia research projects address bilingualism and aging
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Concordia research projects address bilingualism and aging

Aging is associated with changes to speech comprehension that are both positive and negative.

Our Shirley Cohen turns 90 with no let-up on sales career
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Our Shirley Cohen turns 90 with no let-up on sales career

September 13, Shirley Miller Cohen celebrated her 90th birthday. This in itself is no longer unusual. People are living longer and many are healthy and active.

Voices of second generation Japanese Canadians depicted in play
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Voices of second generation Japanese Canadians depicted in play

“They came to the house, the Mounties did, they asked for Ji-chan and they just took him away! And we didn’t even know where he went!”

Opéra de Montréal presents first staging of Wagner’s opera till Nov. 17
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Opéra de Montréal presents first staging of Wagner’s opera till Nov. 17

The masterwork by the controversial German composer – reviled for his anti-Jewish and German nationalist views but admired for his compositional genius – was an inspiration for the Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Flavour Guy: Mind the generation gap on Remembrance Day
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Flavour Guy: Mind the generation gap on Remembrance Day

The gap widens each year.