Sydney the goose and Eclipse the duck, both now sheltered at the Montreal SPCA, won’t be waddling in this year’s St. Patrick’s Parade.
Events last month in Ottawa and at McGill University have rekindled debate over the decade-old campaign that promotes boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) aimed at Israel and Israeli firms.
FESTIVAL de la VOIX, which runs from March 18 to 20 in the West Island features performances by Quebec soprano Natalie Choquette, the Jireh Gospel Choir, and “La Voix” sensation Rebecca Fiset-Coté. Vox Aeterna is proud to present five concerts and three vocal workshops. For details visit festivaldelavoix.com or call […]
Syrian refugees arriving in Montreal face a myriad of challenges in adapting to their new homes. Though their plight and resultant trauma is not comparable, what is to be learned from the experiences faced by Holocaust survivors who came here in the late 1940s? We put the question to Myra Giberovitch, […]
Join us for a fun-filled afternoon at our Open House on March 20, 2016 at 1PM at Chartwell – Le Wellesley. There will be music, great food, door prizes, and a lot of laughter. Our pub will be serving its delicious menu, including specialty coffees. Come and see what all […]
This integrated information platform for seniors answers to a well-known necessity identified by the Centre’s counsellors.
Recognizing that you are not alone, that your generation is alive and well and kicking, and celebrating our time in song is what it’s all about.
No one is going to buy our house. The smells are too complex.
BAZAARS & FAIRS Marie Claret Church • March 11 & 12 Fri. 8am-7pm & Sat. 8am-3pm at 10660 Larose Westmount Antiquarian Book Fair • March 15 Tues. 10am-5pm. Books, prints and maps for sale by 15 Quebec and Ontario dealers at Dawson College, 4001 de Maisonneuve Blvd W, 514-935-9581 St. […]
It’s become a cliché—buying a home is probably the most important investment most of us make. But selling that home is at least as important.