The Armenian Viol

VivaVoce, Montreal’s chamber choir par excellence, presents the first of three “commentated concerts” in its 15th-anniversary season, The Armenian Viol. Artistic Director Peter Schubert will give the audience ...

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Don`t put away those golf clubs just yet

Pearson Educational Foundation`s fundraising Classic Golf Tournament takes place Oct. 3   The Pearson Educational Foundation is hosting its fundraising Classic Golf Tournament on Oct. 3 and it`s one not to be missed. “Not only will it be a wonderful day of ...

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Encourage calmness in pets with reiki

There is a hilarious scene from Dr Doolittle with Eddie Murphy in which a hyper dog is desperate to have Eddie’s character throw a ball. The dog is seen jumping up and down begging for the ball to be thrown ...

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New stamps celebrate Superman, 75 and going strong

With the iconic “S-Shield” across his chest and his flowing red cape, Superman is the most recognizable Super Hero ever depicted in comics, on radio, on television or at the movies. Today Canada Post is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Superman’s ...

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Port in the City Day as popular as ever

The Port of Montreal’s Port in the City Day, held on Saturday, September, 7, once again provided thousands of Montrealers with the opportunity to discover their port. More than 2 500 people enjoyed a free one-hour port cruise aboard Croisières AML’s ...

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Nelson Hotel

by Dick Nieuwendyk   In 1856, the merchant Amable Cyprien Prévost acquired two adjoining lots on the east side of Jacques Cartier Square with houses in front and outbuildings in the rear. The following year, he replaced one of the old structures ...

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Target Stores Announce Fall Openings

by Bonnie Wurst – Special   Target Stores have announced the fall opening dates for 16 of the 25 stores planned to open across Quebec between now and early 2014. The U.S. retail giant began opening stores in Canada last March after announcing ...

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