Cabbie’s death catalyzing new safety measures

  By Alyssa De Rosa Next spring, Montreal taxi drivers will most probably benefit from new taxi safety regulations. Mayor Denis Coderre announced Monday at city hall that the possibilities for new safety measures following cabbie Ziad Bouzid’s death in Cote-Des-Neiges ...

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Comedy in Montreal

By: Stuart Nulman     And while we’re on the subject of comedy, here are a couple of upcoming shows that local comedy fans don’t want to miss. The “Pitbull of Comedy” himself, Bobby Slayton, will deck the halls of the Wiggle Room, ...

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Fat is not the enemy the gym is!

By: Marina Love Treadmills, ellipticals, jungle gyms of weight lifting, fluorescent light, hamster wheel hell – Oh this place you know very well in which you have a love/hate relationship with. This place I am referring to – the Gym. ...

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Staying home might be a wise choice

By: Donna Byrne   Some of us are in that famous “Baby Boomer” age group. We don’t have to admit where we are in that age group but it seems as if we are constantly reminded about this reality. We plan for ...

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Bullying Prevention Begins with You

National Bullying Awareness Week featured a great many discussions, dialogues at school and at home, and media interest. Residential and Family Work Coordinator, Delia Noel spoke to BT Montreal (www.btmontreal.ca/videos/2852840355001/) about what bullying prevention means at AMCAL Family Services ...

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When Jews Were Funny

Award-winning documentary now playing in Montreal   By: Stuart Nulman   When I watched Alan Zweig’s award-winning documentary “When Jews Were Funny”, I noticed one somewhat recurring theme throughout the film … many of the Jewish comics who were interviewed for this project were ...

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All or nothing dating

By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships   There is little point in constantly continuing to pursue someone that has rejected you repeatedly in the past. When you ask someone out, and that person says ...

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Five Simple Truths of Investing

By Robert Catalano   Recent world and market events have been anything but comforting. And if you’re like many investors, this has led to some unsettling feelings: you’re uncertain about the economy, nervous about market volatility and not sure what type of ...

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