Performing arts

By: Stuart Nulman The Segal Centre for Performing Arts, located at 5170 Cote St. Catherine Road, transforms itself into Abbey Road in London during the mid and late 60s, as it holds its 5th annual community fundraiser tomorrow (April 13). This year, ...

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Maisonneuve public bath and gymnasium

by Dick Nieuwendyk   When Hochelaga was annexed to Montreal in 1883, the east end, known as Côte Saint-Martin, decided to go its own way. A group of French-Canadian landowners, including Joseph Barsalou, Alphonse Desjardins, and Oscar and Marius Dufresne, wished to ...

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Royal Canadian Legion, hosts The John Harmidy Dart classic

Pointe-Claire family supports The West Island Crusade against cancer   By Jim Morrison    The Royal Canadian legion (branch 245), Dorval, welcomed 68 players, of all skill level for the 16th annual John Harmidy (JHT) dart tournament, in support of  The West Island ...

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How is your self esteem today?

By: Pierre Benoit    Self Esteem is basically the way we see ourselves. It is built through the experiences that we had and still have through the years of our lives. ...

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CAT-A-TONIC Part Two!

by Bonnie Wurst   *The conclusion of Cat-A-Tonic. Part One appeared in last week’s edition and could also be read online here   “What-what-what?! Whats is secret number phree?” Loop could hardly contain himself. “Relax young grasshopper…” Jewel licked a piece of fluff off ...

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Canada 1937 issue of paper money

By: Michael Joffre   In 1937 when King George VI became King of England, and the British Empire, it was decided that a new issue of Canadian paper money be created.  It was only 2 years before, in 1935 that a whole ...

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