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Sun Youth: Volunteer army gets 1,500-person boost

Sometimes efforts go farther than imagined.

Financial Fitness: New Year’s financial resolutions worth making
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Financial Fitness: New Year’s financial resolutions worth making

New Year’s resolutions are easy to make but harder to keep.

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Reviews & Previews

Restaurant review: Villa Souvlaki in N.D.G.

“It’s so fluffy,” she said, giving one of the greatest compliments you can give to bread.

Coin Travel: The evolution of currency
Columnists

Coin Travel: The evolution of currency

In a world where credit and debit cards have replaced cash transactions and currency is plastic and has holograms on it, we do not often think about the forms currency had in the past.

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Features

I remember the sparkle of the season on Park Ave

The holiday season reminds me of growing up in the 1940s and 1950s in Outremont.

Driver calls for free parking for the handicapped
Features

Driver calls for free parking for the handicapped

Barbara Weisz hopes Mayor Denis Coderre’s compassion extends to handicapped drivers.

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Columnists

Legal Ease: While travelling, make consumer law work for you

There is an abundance of advertisements in the newspaper containing alluring promises of attractive vacation deals.

Editorial: Trudeau team off to a good but incomplete start
Editorials

Editorial: Trudeau team off to a good but incomplete start

It was a breath of fresh air—a leader and now prime minister ready and willing to talk to ordinary Canadians, and ministers who answer media questions.

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Features

Muslim scholar speaks out against Islamist abuses

Tariq Ramadan is a Muslim scholar who appeals to Western Muslim audiences because he believes that modernity and Islam in an increasingly secular Western society are compatible.

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The Word Nerd: Indian spice flavours today’s English

India is second only to the U.S. in the number of English speakers, with 125 million, or 10 per cent of its population, speaking the language of Shakespeare.