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Spartan race senior addresses naiveté and endurance
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Spartan race senior addresses naiveté and endurance

Even to call this a run is misleading: for many of us doing the race, the best that can be achieved is a steady walking pace up the slope and a cautious slow jog on the way down.

The Lakeshore Players Dorval presents The Inspector General
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The Lakeshore Players Dorval presents The Inspector General

Corruption kicks off Lakeshore Players Dorval’s 52nd season.

A cozy kitchen, photographed by Mathilda Tan (courtesy of stock.xchng)
Columnists

Flavour Guy Barry Lazar reflects on his life and the Times

My pen in hand, my hat askew, / and the interviewee asks, who are you?

Tzach Alon and Rebecca Raaber load a Sun Youth car for our home delivery program helping those coping with isolation. Photo courtesy of Sun Youth
Columnists

Here At Sun Youth: Cheers to 30 years of collaboration

Our communications department grew along with The Senior Times.

L–R: Adrian, St. Viateur Mascot, Enrica Uva and Natalie
Columnists

Generations celebrates long relationship with The Senior Times

The Senior Times is a true reflection of our society and grass roots in Montreal.

Here’s a delicious initiative: Breakfast with the Kids
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Here’s a delicious initiative: Breakfast with the Kids

Intergenerational dialogue starts at school, as the “Breakfast with the Kids!” initiative kicked off on October 27.

PET scan of a human brain with Alzheimer's disease.
Features

McGill professor Serge Gauthier dedicates career to defeat of Alzheimer’s

When neurologist Serge Gauthier first appeared in The ST in its early days, Alzheimer’s was thought to mostly affect old people, a consequence of strokes.

Montreal real-estate agents Bonnie Sandler (left) and Mary Lamey. (Photo: Caroline Ronalds)
Columnists

Bonnie Sandler: Social worker, real estate broker — and yes, columnist

I used to dream of being a rock star but after years of wasted time and money on music lessons I finally accepted the fact that I was tone deaf.

The Forward editor J.J. Goldberg. (Photo: Irwin Block)
Features

Israel lacks credible leader to make peace: NY editor

With civil war raging in Syria, Israel’s occupation of lands captured in 1967 and its refusal to abide by international law there has taken a back seat.

A word to the staff, from Senior Times publisher Barbara Moser
Editorials

A word to the staff, from Senior Times publisher Barbara Moser

“I’m a teacher, not a publisher,” I told my brother. “I know nothing about journalism.” He said: “I’ll teach you.”