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Meet-A-Friend column on again

We are starting up our Meet-A-Friend section and we invite you to send your bios and possibly meet a friend for life.

Editorial: A convulsive year comes to a close with predators in high places unmasked
Editorials

Editorial: A convulsive year comes to a close with predators in high places unmasked

As we head into a new year, it is increasingly clear that Donald J. Trump’s policies foreshadow disastrous impacts on the poor and middle classes.

Alyson Grant’s Conversion to grace new NDG venue
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Alyson Grant’s Conversion to grace new NDG venue

“Conversion” has a double meaning for Montreal’s expanding Infinitheatre.

Whats happening in Montreal in December and January
Features

Whats happening in Montreal in December and January

BAZAARS Gerdy’s Rescue First Christmas Fair • Sat. & Sun. Dec. 9 & 10 Global Pet Store annex at 3232 Harwood in Vaudreuil–Dorion. Delicious homemade Christmas cakes and pies as well as unique hand crafted items. Come and support Gerdy’s animals and bring your own pups for a special homemade […]

It’s not too late to help out the NDG food depot
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It’s not too late to help out the NDG food depot

You can still help your neighbours. Click here to find out how.

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The Word Nerd: The death of some words and the half-lives of others

According to biologists, most species that have ever existed are extinct. Likewise, words are organic; they are born, have lives and often disappear, albeit not at the catastrophic level of species. They don’t actually die, but many become obsolete and the OED records tens of thousands of these words with […]

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Beaconsfield church offers free lunch, speakers, activities

All seniors welcome for a free lunch every third Tuesday of every month.

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Columnists / Food

Flavour Guy: Another morsel for the master?

The master of second helpings was waiting for me in the kitchen. He is always there.

The Word Nerd: Acronyms — new in English but ancient in Hebrew
Columnists

The Word Nerd: Acronyms — new in English but ancient in Hebrew

Want to save time and space? Try acronyms and initialisms.

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Book fair features Quebec English writers

Saturday and Sunday, November 25 and 26, The Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair invites booklovers of all ages and interests to browse, buy, and have books signed. Publishers and authors will be on hand with new titles including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and children’s books. The event is at Le Café in […]