Let’s visit Canada in 1915 when Robert Borden, the man on our current $100 bill, was Prime Minister.
Among closely watched local races, the outcome in newly-delineated Notre Dame de Grâce-Westmount and two other West End ridings could be considered too close to call. Marc Garneau, the Liberal incumbent and Canada’s first astronaut, was in his Monkland Ave. election offices recently when we asked him to define the […]
A man walks into a restaurant. It features a buffet. There are several extended tables. Each is stacked with more food than he could have imagined.
On August 2 the writ was dropped in Canada. … Actually, no writ is dropped; writs of election are issued.
The Quebec government’s rejection of a report urging it to continue English school board elections, in spite of low voter participation, has upset the sponsoring groups.
Rahul Varma’s Teesri Duniya Theatre used to market itself with a promotional T-shirt that read, “Changing the World, One Play at a Time.”
The magnificent grey limestone buildings that house the old Royal Victoria Hospital sit in all their glory on the slope of our mountain, their facades and turrets a monument to much real-life drama.
The Museum of Jewish Montreal has launched its Stories Project, a crowd-sourced oral history initiative to share stories about Montreal’s Jewish past and present. The public can share personal histories on the Museum’s easy-to-use website and help build an archive of Jewish stories in Montreal. Anyone can submit a story in […]
Many people look for the secrets to investment success. Is it timing the market just right? Is it finding those hot stocks or getting in on the ground floor of the next big thing? These types of moves have little relevance to the vast majority of investors — even the […]
Now is the time to reassess and revise wills, mandates, powers of attorney, medical care directives, and any other instructions we want heeded.