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The discovery of truth and freedom, North Korean style
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The discovery of truth and freedom, North Korean style

Unlike a certain monarchy I know of (hint: it’s just north of New York), we Americans have democracy, and the first week of November, we will have voted for somebody to be our leader. But not our Dear Leader or Beloved Leader. Just a plain ordinary Leader. Which brings me […]

What's Happening

What’s happening in Montreal in November/December

To have your event published in our December/January issue, please email editor@theseniortimes.com by Nov. 23. Please put What’s Happening in the subject line. Continuing Exhibit by Louise Jalbert • Nov. 8 – Dec. 24 Works on paper and canvas. Vernissage Nov. 8, 5pm. 100 Sherbrooke E.  514-872-5338 LaSalle Community Services Centre Painting class: Tues. […]

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You’ve paid your winter dues—go south

As the chilly, fall weather grinds ceaselessly toward winter, unpleasant memories creep into my mind of slush, ice, frigid weather and short days. The season erodes my tolerance. So, for the next two columns, I’d like to propose novel destinations and ways for retirees to escape the worst of winter. […]

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Sun Youth Christmas basket registration is on

Even though Halloween is barely over, Sun Youth is already in the Christmas spirit—and has been since the end of August. The Christmas Basket Campaign is a 30-year tradition that helps feed 18,000 people between December 18 and 24th. In addition to providing food for the holidays, Sun Youth will […]

Mind-body connection plays role in healthy food choices
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Mind-body connection plays role in healthy food choices

“Thank you, dear Lord, for our daily bread.” Amen. In these times, “bread” encompasses a huge variety of foods available in supermarkets; healthy foods, marginally healthy foods and unhealthy food. What is considered “good” food is not always perfectly good. Apples are sprayed, so you must wash them well, but […]

Reviews & Previews

Tandoori Taste in D.D.O.: One bite and you’re a believer

If you find yourself in the West Island searching for a warm, tasty pick-me-up on a cold night, look no farther than Tandoori Taste. One bite of their onion naan and you’ll be a believer. In a quiet strip mall at 6878 des Sources in D.D.O., Tandoori Taste offers traditional […]

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Find Good People on stage at The Centaur

Good People, the Tony-nominated drama by David Lindsay-Abaire, is a standout even in this now-autumn of our theatrical content. This is also a chance to see the wondrously inventive Johanna Nutter (famous for her solo My Pregnant Brother) in a full-length, full-cast drama. The play is set in the colourful […]

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Shopping, exercise and common sense

I am a sucker for gimmicks that promise a quick fix to a problem. I avoid shopping channels, which I find mesmerizing to the extent that I am not able to resist some of these miracle products. In my kitchen is an unopened jar of coconut oil that I purchased […]

Editorial: Montreal voters will have their say on integrity
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Editorial: Montreal voters will have their say on integrity

Integrity must replace corruption at city hall. Nothing anyone says or does now can change the fact that Montreal taxpayers have been ripped off royally by a system of corruption and collusion, payoffs and kickbacks, threats and greed. The code of honour expected of the civil service has been replaced […]

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Hiring a lawyer can be traumatic—better know what you’re in for

You have left a certain amount of money as a retainer; will you ever see any of it again? To what use will it be put? You know you will have to pay for the time the lawyer uses to write letters or make phone calls, but there was also […]