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Upscale Bistro on the Avenue serves mains with flair

Bistro on the Avenue, a classy eatery on Greene Ave., is a home away from home since 1991 for loyal customers who live in Westmount and adjacent. Behind the glass storefront is an elongated and high-ceilinged room, with a long bar on the left, booths and tables on the right […]

Folk Festival on the Canal: Guitarist Roger McGuinn headlines
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Folk Festival on the Canal: Guitarist Roger McGuinn headlines

Montreal’s Folk Fest on the Canal—newest kid on the spring festival block—is back with an exciting program well worth checking out June 12-15. Much of it is free and outdoors. If the weather cooperates, it’s a winner. Last summer, we dropped by and came away with a happy buzz, thanks […]

Matriarch of Jamaican women’s league a model of determination
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Matriarch of Jamaican women’s league a model of determination

The suggestion for this story appeared one morning in The Senior Times email inbox, simple yet eloquent: “I would like to recommend that your paper do any article on Miss Ivyline Fleming, who is a community worker, still active at 88 years old, president of the Jamaican Canadian Community Women’s […]

Blue Metropolis literary festival kicks off April 22
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Blue Metropolis literary festival kicks off April 22

Montreal’s Blue Metropolis literary festival is back for a 15th year, and it remains a great place to meet and hear local and international writers discuss their work. It’s also a great opportunity to take part in workshops and seminars. The nerve centre where most events are held is Hôtel […]

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In March, all Montrealers are Irish

One of the most successful ads in New York history was “You don’t have to be Jewish to love Levy’s Rye.” In Montreal, you don’t have to be Irish to love Irish coffee. There are many Irish events leading up to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Sunday, March 17. Here […]

At Montreal’s Botanical Garden, Butterflies Go Free, Monarch is king
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At Montreal’s Botanical Garden, Butterflies Go Free, Monarch is king

The monarch is king at this year’s Butterflies Go Free exhibit, hosted by the Montreal Botanical Garden. The distinctive orange and black pattern of the monarch’s wings and white, black and green stripes of the caterpillar are featured prominently in the décor and living versions abound. Although the monarch stands […]

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What’s Happening in Montreal in February

ONGOING Ami-Quebec Roundtable discussion • Wed. Feb. 13. The Hoarding Life with speaker Dr. Keiron O’Connor. 7 – 9pm.  6875 Décarie #300 514-486-1448  amiquebec.org  Bon Appétit Dinner Club Visit restaurants around the city. Fri. 7pm. 514-264-8951  b.bulka@videotron.ca Club Gourmand Food lovers are invited to wine and dine every other Fri. […]

Editorial: Walk-in clinics can ease humiliating ER wait times
Editorials / Health

Editorial: Walk-in clinics can ease humiliating ER wait times

No-appointment clinics can ease ER overcrowding—but only somewhat. The answer to the problem lies elsewhere, in addressing the lack of family doctors in the Montreal urban agglomeration. Every year at this time we see headlines about overcrowded emergency rooms in city hospitals. Unless you are unconscious, having a heart attack, […]

Black History Month: ‘It’s time’ to reimagine The Dream
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Black History Month: ‘It’s time’ to reimagine The Dream

With the theme “It’s time,” the 22nd edition of Black History Month in Montreal also marks the 50th anniversary of the game-changing I Have a Dream speech of the great civil-rights leader Martin Luther King. In an exclusive exhibition presented at Place des Arts from February 5 to 18, six […]

Marion Blake in her home office at Manoir Westmount.
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Editor gambled on moving to a Westmount residence … and won

For some, moving to a senior’s residence can be traumatic, for others it can be liberating, the right decision at the right time. That was the case for Marion Blake, who 10 years ago moved back to Canada after a decade in Cambridge, England, and who remembers the challenge as […]