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The Word Nerd: Deconstructing sexual harassment
Columnists

The Word Nerd: Deconstructing sexual harassment

Writing in 1991, Rosalie Maggio in the Dictionary of Bias-Free Usage remarked that “sexual harassment was not a term anyone used 20 years ago; today we have laws against it.”

Earl de la Perralle (left) with Sid Stevens.
Columnists

Sun Youth pays tribute to their co-founder Earl De La Perralle

Sun Youth wishes to express its deepest condolences to Earl’s family and friends.

As Canadian soldiers, Jews fought hard to defeat Hitler
Features

As Canadian soldiers, Jews fought hard to defeat Hitler

Eight days after the Sept. 1, 1939 German invasion of Poland, the Canadian Parliament voted to support England and France in their campaign to defeat Hitler.

Visiting family and gauging Israelis’ reactions in these turbulent times
Features

Visiting family and gauging Israelis’ reactions in these turbulent times

Rivka, or Bep as she was known in Dutch, lives in Beth Joles, a retirement home for mostly former Dutch residents in Haifa.

Summer brings non-stop fun in the sun for Generations’ kids
Columnists

Summer brings non-stop fun in the sun for Generations’ kids

For 19 summers in a row, Generations Foundation has joined forces with Trail’s End Camp.

Financial Fitness: How mutual fund management fees work
Columnists

Financial Fitness: How mutual fund management fees work

You may have heard that some mutual fund companies are reducing management fees. You might even own funds that have recently cut fees. But what are they?

Editorial: Boycotting U.S. goods and services will get us nowhere
Editorials

Editorial: Boycotting U.S. goods and services will get us nowhere

Many Canadians are rightly unhappy with the U.S. treatment of asylum seekers, separating parents and young children, and putting the latter behind bars.

What’s happening in Montreal in summer 2018
What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal in summer 2018

There’s tons going on in the city this summer. Don’t miss out.

Photo: Courtesy of Gregory Charles
Features

Gregory Charles brings modern edge to Lanaudière

He’s so suited to the job, it’s surprising it’s taken this long for the venerable Festival de Lanaudière in Joliette to select musician-entertainer-cultural entrepreneur Gregory Charles as its artistic director.

At 111, Cecile Klein is a witness to Montreal history
Features

At 111, Cecile Klein is a witness to Montreal history

Cecile Efros Klein had two birthday parties last month, and given her remarkable status as a supercentenarian, who could blame her for going all out.