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coalition says it is looking into reports that more than 40 prisoners are
among the dead.
Almost 60 people
have been killed in a suspected US-led coalition air strike on a prison run by
so-called Islamic State in eastern
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busy, budget-friendly hub of entertainment.
School is out
for the summer and the kids have been set free.
numerous festivals, ongoing 375th celebrations and museum discounts offer plenty
of options when it comes to making the most of the long summer days. For
parents looking for ways to keep children entertained on a budget,
investigate fatal police shooting in Montreal
man was armed with screwdrivers, using stun gun on him failed before they
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Quebec's police watchdog gets staffing boost as workload grows Quebec police watchdog slammed for 'culture of secrecy' Quebec's independent investigation unit called out for lack of diversity 'I think about it every day': Quebec man says he was wrongfully arrested at gunpoint, blames racial profiling Victims 'baffled' Montreal police still not tracking racial profiling complaints Charges against police in Montreal North death a step in right direction, activists say RECAP Giovinco's last-second winner gives TFC Canadian championship repeat WATCH Game Wrap: Giovinco lifts Toronto FC to Canadian championship repeat RECAP TFC, Impact draw in 1st leg of Canadian championship final How do you maintain a 50-year friendship? 6 pro tips from Expo 67 staffers Five alleged pickpockets arrested in Montreal area Barbara Frum inducted into CBC News Hall of Fame video Hail in June? Quebecers share their snaps from across the province Quebec's top court expedites appeal process for accused murderer facing deportation Weedon, tiny Quebec town with an apropos name, hopes to become a cannabis capital Montreal dentist worries partial U.S. travel ban will stop cross-border work Former Quebec customs officer sentenced to 11 years for cocaine smuggling Toxic algae may have caused the deaths of 6 right whales in St. Lawrence Struggling after funding cut, CDN-NDG outreach group gets $50K from Quebec Victim of weekend hit and run still in critical condition after emergency surgery Montreal parade organizers apologize for unintended appearance of racism in float video ROAD BLOG Follow Montreal's Nomadic Massive on their cross-Canada tour Rare 'bright nights' mystery solved by Canadian scientists Officer stabbed during Michigan airport attack out of hospital, Montreal suspect remains in custody Testing drugs for fentanyl should be allowed at Quebec music festivals, group says
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helicopter is reported to have been stolen by a police officer, whose
whereabouts are unknown.
Northlands denies K-Days booth to pro-life group after 15 years of inclusion
Monday, June 26,
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request for Edmonton Northlands to reconsider its refusal to permit
Edmonton Pro-Life (EPL) to have a booth at the 2017 K-Days festival, which
takes place this year from July 21 - July 30. EPL has had a booth at K-Days
for over 15 consecutive years, and never had difficulty registering. On
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retailers, energy firms and
across the globe are reporting that they have been struck by a major
advertising agency WPP is among those to say its IT systems have been
disrupted as a consequence. The virus, the source of which is not yet known,
freezes the user's computer and demands an untraceable ransom be paid in the
digital Bitcoin currency. Ukrainian firms, including the state power company
A file can be
used to protect against Tuesday’s global cyber-attack but will not stop the
Disco Gamma Meow-Meow asked a professional piercer to put his Opal card chip
into his left hand.
Australian can now tap in and out at train stations with a travel card chip
implanted in his left hand.
Gamma Meow-Meow (yes, that's his legal name) says he had it put under his skin
by a professional piercer. The chip in his Opal card was cut down to 10mm by
6mm for the procedure and is one of several implants. Meow-Ludo says his new
implant gives him "an ability not everyone else has". "If
someone stole my wallet I could still get home," he told ABC News. It's
not the best super power in the world, but it's better than nothing. He has
two other implants in his arm, one of which he uses to store documents. An
Opal card is the
Commission fines Google €2.4bn ($2.7bn; £2.1bn) for favouring its shopping
KelionTechnology desk editor - Google has been fined 2.42bn euros ($2.7bn; £2.1bn)
by the European Commission after it ruled the company had abused its power by
promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results.
The amount is the regulator's largest penalty to date against a company
accused of distorting the market. The ruling also orders Google to end its
anti-competitive practices within 90 days or face a further penalty. The
food security is increasingly reliant on 14 "chokepoints" for
seaborne trade, a think-tank report has warned.
House says more needs to be done to protect key transport routes such
WFP LAUNCHES SHARETHEMEAL CAMPAIGN
RAISE 150,000 MEALS FOR CHILDREN IN
The move comes
two days after the European Central Bank warned that Banca Popolare di Vicenza
and Veneto Banca were failing or likely to fail. The banks' "good"
assets will be taken on by Intesa Sanpaolo banking group. Italian Prime
Minister Paolo Gentiloni said the rescue was needed to protect savers and
ensure "the good health of our banking system". The two banks'
branches and employees will be part of Intesa by Monday morning in a move
designed to avoid a potential run on deposits that could have spread to other
Italian banks. Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said
faces billions of dollars of liabilities linked to the biggest ever automotive
parts maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy protection in the
It is facing
billions of dollars in liabilities over its defective airbags, which have been
linked to at least 17 deaths worldwide. Some of the airbags contained faulty
inflators which expanded with too much force, spraying metal shrapnel.
US-based Key Safety Systems (KSS) has bought all of Takata's assets, apart
from those relating to the airbags. The $1.6bn (£1.3bn) deal was announced
after the Japanese firm filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US,
with similar action taken in Japan. "Although Takata has been impacted by
the global airbag recall, the underlying strength of its skilled employee
base, geographic reach, and exceptional steering wheels, seat belts and other
safety products have not diminished," said KSS chief executive Jason Luo.
recall: A customer's view Takata
fined $1bn in airbag scandal
Electric Vehicle Subsidies Efficient?
While Quebec and Ontario are trying to
stimulate the sale of electric vehicles any way they can, an Economic Note
published today by the MEI shows that subsidizing the purchase of such
vehicles is the least efficient and most expensive way of reducing greenhouse
gas (GHG) emissions.
Electric vehicle subsidies: expensive
Montreal, June 22, 2017 – While
Quebec and Ontario are trying to stimulate the sale of electric vehicles any
way they can, an Economic Note published today by the MEI shows that
subsidizing the purchase of such vehicles is the least efficient and most
expensive way of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Kalanick, chief executive of ride-sharing service Uber, resigns following
pressure from investors.
Travis Kalanick has resigned as chief executive after pressure from
His resignation comes after a review of practices at the firm and scandals including complaints of sexual harassment. Last week he said he was taking an indefinite leave of absence following the sudden death of his mother in a boating accident. Mr Kalanick will remain on the board of the ride-hailing firm. Five major Uber investors demanded Mr Kalanick's immediate resignation as chief executive, the New York Times said. Mr Kalanick reportedly said: "I love Uber more than anything in the world and at this difficult moment in my personal life I have accepted the investors request to step aside so that Uber can go back to building rather than be distracted with another fight." Uber: The scandals that drove Kalanick out Bowing to drivers, Uber finally adds tips
Wukong Bikes said the bulk of its 1,200 two-wheelers were lost or stolen.
the firm did not put GPS systems on its bikes and by the time it realised the
technology was necessary, money had run out. It is believed to be the first
four former executives have been charged with fraud over their actions in the
2008 financial crisis.
Fraud Office case relates to the billion of pounds the bank raised from Qatari
investors enabling it to avoid a government bailout. Former chief executive
John Varley is one of the four ex-staff who will face
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On its 28,800 km journey for the 2016-17 season, the
Tournée team presented more than 75 films and invitedmore than 20
artists and industry professionals to attend events and meet audiences. The
Tournée added 8 new destinations to its itinerary, making it not only
a way to show our films, but an essential tool for making audiences aware of
francophone culture. According to a recent survey of 1000 Tournée audience
members, 97% of participants agreed that the Tournée is absolutely essential to
enriching the cultural life of French-speaking communities outside
In addition, thanks to partnerships with a dozen festivals in every region, the Tournée put Quebec's films in the spotlight in Orléans, Toronto, Winnipeg, St. John's, Halifax, Moncton, Vancouver, Victoria and Yellowknife, reaching a large audience. Québec Cinéma and the Tournée du cinéma québécois are, more than ever, succeeding in making our cinema and the people behind it shine bright across the country.
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Presented in collaboration with Radio-Canada, the Tournée du cinéma québécois screens Quebec-made films from coast to coast to coast, making it the largest Canada-wide promotional activity for the province's cinema. Through this tour, Québec Cinéma provides a high-profile showcase for artists and filmmakers, including exceptional opportunities for audiences and filmmakers to meet.
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film industry. The organization is focused on improving access, education and
awareness, including an extensive educational outreach program. Québec Cinéma
produces the industry's three main showcases: the Tournée and Rendez-vous du
cinéma québécois and the Gala Québec Cinéma. Through its initiatives, the
organization reaches more than 1.5 million people annually in
program at the 35th FESTIVAL JUSTE POUR RIRE:
It's going to be a great year!
Plastic Bertrand, Village People, the OSM, P-A Méthot, Jean-François Mercier, Sèxe Illégal, Kool & the Gang and Russell Peters will be part of the Juste pour rire outdoor events
THE SCÈNE VIDÉOTRON COMES ALIVE EVERY DAY AT
Getting 30 comedians and 10 musical performers together: yes, can do! Make it a date at the Scène Vidéotron from July 15 to 30 to see them.
July 15 - Xarxa Teatre's inspiring theatre
The Spanish company Xarxa Teatre sparks curiosity! Music, street arts, pyrotechnics and theatre blend to create an upbeat, intriguing immersive experience. Veles e Vents is part of the official programming of Montréal's 375th anniversary.
July 16 - Plastic Bertrand will get Montréal on its feet
Plastic Bertrand, whom we first got to know in the 70s with his song Stop ou encore, returns to Montréal to perform his biggest hits! Xavier Caféine and his band will accompany this striking performer who made a unique mark on music. DJ Frijid will perform the first part of the show.
July 17 - The Village People are back with a vengeance for Juste pour rire's 35th birthday
The world's most popular disco band will be in Montréal for an unprecedented musical extravaganza! Come and see the colourful characters of this emblematic sextet! Audio Playground, composed of Gino Baggio, Doug St-Louis and Anthony Gitto, will present the first part of the return of Village People.
July 18 - The fourth edition of Mado's Got Talent is going to be huge!
Presented since 2014, the Mado's Got Talent show has been a spectacular hit each year. Enter the glittery world of this burlesque comedy star. You know you want to!
July 19 - Show du 35e : L'OSM et les grandes chansons comiques
For its 35th birthday, the Festival Juste pour rire
decided to restore the prestige to our own comedic writing talents! You will
rediscover the greatest comic songs from
July 20 - Guillaume Wagner promises a no-holds-barred show!
Guillaume Wagner will take to the Scène Vidéotron with all the candour he is known for to perform a few of his older and more recent numbers! You will also be wowed by the humour of Roman Frayssinet, who will perform the first part of the show.
July 21 - P-A Méthot performs the last show of his Plus gros que nature tour
The tales from the comedian's life will be performed for the last time by P-A Méthot! Don't miss the chance to come hear him tell his unfiltered, hilarious stories appreciated by tens of thousands of spectators since 2013.
July 22 - It's Fiesta Latina time!
The Colombian celebrity Esteman will present his show Los que bailan se contentan on the Scène Vidéotron! Come enjoy the heat of the Latin star's sound.
July 23 - Patrick Groulx ends his tour along with the P'tits pas fins
Accompanied by Maude Landry, Sam Breton and Matthieu Pepper, better known as the P'tits pas fins, Patrick Groulx will his end show tour at the Festival Juste pour rire. Not to be missed!
July 24 -Jean-François Mercier's final performance of his most recent show
Directed by Guy Jodoin and with François Avard as script editor, Jean-François Mercier presents an unprecedented collage of numbers that have earned him, over the years, a place in the sun. During this exclusive evening, he intends to rock fans as well as skeptics, and add a bit of his own colour to the immaculate white of the Place des Festivals.
July 25 - Les Appendices celebrate Christmas
Be surprised by Campers' Christmas revisited by the Appendices! Absurdity and special guests will be on hand for a Christmas Eve like no other!
July 26 - The duo Sèxe Illégal invites you to the world's smallest music festival
Make room for Cocochello, the world's smallest music festival, presented by Zoofest! They will be accompanied by the duo Sèxe Illégal, Didier Lambert, the Sœurs Boulay, Greg from the Dead Obies, Dumas, Julien Tremblay and Les Deuxluxes.
July 27 - Russell Peters will give quite a show!
The Old School Mixtape Live by Russell Peters promises an exciting, memorable evening! Presented by Just for Laughs.
July 28 - Danse ta vie !
This grand evening of dance, hosted by Gardy Fury, will feature the best dance troupes. Let yourself be swept away by the biggest hits from the most popular musicals that will make you want to dance like crazy! Then continue the party with music by Julie St-Pierre.
July 29- The Comedy Jam storms the Place des festivals!
The comedian Josh Adam Meyers and his band, Elemenopy, will host the very first underground humour event: The Goddamn Comedy Jam, where humour and rock & roll meet. Comedians will perform accompanied by a live band. Presented by Just for Laughs.
July 30 - Kool and the Gang are going to groove the Scène Vidéotron
Who could be better than Kool and the Gang to bring the Scène Videotron's outdoor program to a close? Join the foursome and get moving to their greatest hits. Addictiv will be in the first part of the show
THE SCÈNE LOTO-QUÉBEC WILL KEEP YOU ENTERTAINED UNTIL LATE AT NIGHT
Shows will be presented on the Scène Loto-Québec every day at 6 pm, 7 pm, 8:30 pm and 10 pm, as well as at 4 pm from July 28 to 30, and at 5 pm on July 20 and 25. Among the events not to be missed is the first solo show by Mario Lirette and Michel Lafrance July 16 at 10 pm; Mélanie Ghanimé's shows on July 20 and 25 at 8:30 pm and July 17 and 18 at 10 pm; and the Tournoi d'humour EL DRÔLE at 6 pm from July 22 to 24 and from July 26 to 30.
The Punch Club shows, hosted by Robert Nelson on July 23 and 27 at and are must-sees. On July 23, you'll see Arnaud Soly, Louis Courchesne and Ève Landry take on Vincent Dargis, Catherine Robert and Mathieu Lepage. On July 27, it will be up to Florence Longpré, Marie-Ève Morency and Suzie Bouchard to face Mehdi Bousaidan, Richardson Zéphir and Fabiola Aladin.
On July 24, the Best Of from the LOL Contest
And there's more, including the show Ma décennie est meilleure que la tienne on July 25; La bande à Victor on July 26 and 27; Julien Lacroix and his band on July 28; l'Improbable ShowJuly 28; the Strip stand-up with Didier Lambert, Maude Landry and Charles Pellerin; and last but not least, on July 30, a show by Étienne Dano, who will also be accompanied by Simon Delisle, Kevin Raphael and Charles Pellerin.
A variety of shows will be offered from July 15 to 30 on the Scène Loto-Québec which allows festival attendees to discover artists from here and elsewhere free of charge. "All across the province, Loto-Québec supports events with significant social and economic benefits for their communities. A must for the summer season, which is deeply rooted in Quebecers' lives and "drôlement" important, the Festival Juste pour rire is a perfect illustration of our sponsorship program and our mission, which is to enable our clients and festival attendees to experience A World of Entertainment," said Lucie Lamoureux, Corporate Director of Sponsorship and Social Commitment at Loto-Québec.
MAJOR EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED
A Festival must, the Twins' Parade, is back for a 20th year! The event will take place on July 22 with a "Fiesta Latina" theme. The parade founders, Lucie and Luce Rozon, as well as Joël Legendre accompanied by his twins Anaïs et Marion, will be the event's spokespersons this year.
From to on Tuesday 25 July, you will be able to appreciate the talent of exceptional singers at the Jardins des chorales.
The major happening Juste pour Ados is also back this year! Young people's favourite artists such as Pascal Morissette, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, Félix-Antoine Tremblay, Claudia Bouvette, and Mehdi Bousaidan will be there. Put Saturday July 29 in your agenda.
MAKE ROOM FOR SOME NEW TALENT AT THE COMPLEXE DESJARDINS
A COMEDY VENUE DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THEM
A comedy venue especially designed for the newbies, the Mini-midi comédie hosted by Jessy Sheehy, Martine L'Écuyer and Garihanna Jean-Louis and Drôle d'apéro d'ados hosted by Alexandre Bisaillon will be presented by the Complexe Desjardins. This is also where festival attendees will have the chance to see École nationale de l'humour graduates perform in a comedy cabaret. From July 20 to 23 and from July 27 to 29, at and .
New at the Festival, the cinéma sur l'Esplanade will present two film projections per evening, starting at 9 pm of the following films: Let Yourself Go (Italy); Mr. Kaplan (Uruguay); The Wedding Plan (Israel); Chevalier (Greece); Pigeon Sat on a Branch (Sweden); Swiss Army Man (United States); Maggie's Plan (United States); Reality (Italy); Gueros (Mexico); Goon : Le dernier des durs à cuire (Canada); How to be a Latin Lover (United States, Mexico); Liza the Fox-Fairy (Hungary) and Prank (Quebec).
MANOIR JUSTE POUR RIRE
Another first, "Le Manoir Juste pour rire" will be located on Ste-Catherine and welcome curious visitors! Young and old alike are invited to visit this strange House of Laughter where our famous green mascot, Victor, was born. His creator, Count Victorio, has more than one trick up his sleeve...
FINALLY A SCÈNE JUST FOR LAUGHS!
With all its success, and considering the importance of The Just for Laughs Festival, the English side of Juste pour rire, it was about time that it had its own stage on the exterior site! Booked by the Festival's team, this small stage will present local and international comedians as well as a selection of videos of the best moments of the Galas Just for Laughs from the past few years. Just for laughs will present shows from to ,host by Mike Paterson. Don't miss the programming to be unveiled soon.
It's a date with Montréal's 375th every day at
on the Esplanade de la Place des Arts for the Festia Latina! A variety of shows
that will transport you to
A LITTLE SOMETHING FOR THE NIGHT OWLS
At the end of the evening, be sure to turn up at the Melting Pot on the Place des Festivals, the outdoor club downtown to party on! You'll find Grandmaster Flash, Fatman Scoop, Russell Peters as well as DJ Short Cut, Paris & Simo, Paolo Rocco and Mike Larry for the biggest party of the summer.
LA PLACE DE LA FAMILLE DU LAIT WELCOMES ALL MILK DRINKERS!
To the delight of young and old, Place de la famille du Lait offers outside activities for everyone: inflatable obstacle course, Super Shot, games of skill, Oobleck, group games and a bungee trampoline will ensure that youngsters can have good, old-fashioned fun. Colourful characters will also be in attendance to stir it up a bit!
Young festival attendees will also be able to participate in the Académie Victor, a superhero school where young and old can discover their own superpowers. All kinds of fun guaranteed!
Shows by La Raviolimanie, Recto Verso, Lili et Virus à l'aventure, Les Brotipo, Gabzy perd la boule, Violon dingue, Kattam et ses tamtams, and Bouge de la Cie Le Gros Orteil will also delight the little ones during the Festival.
THE SCÈNE CARROUSEL
There will be a something for everyone on the Scène Carrousel with the magician Benoît Fournier and Big Nazo, Calixte, Chante Rose, La Fanfare d'Espace forain, and the Théâtre Group.
THE FESTIVAL IS ALSO IN THE STREET!
Les Gags dans la rue will amuse passers by. Street performers will invite themselves along as people go about their business and stir up some fun!
On Sainte-Catherine and Maisonneuve streets, you will find such colourful characters as Marchtiern, Irrwish, Delinus, CQP production, Albedo, and Les grosses têtes. And back again this year, le Labyrinthe Tangerine and Écran des Gags de Tim Hortons.
HAHA-ART, THE FESTIVAL'S VISUAL ARTS CONTEST
The Festival's visual arts component, presented this year in collaboration with the Montreal Museum of Fine arts (MMFA), will make it even more fun to discover the MMFA's collection! The two free presentations will be a humorous tribute and will liven up Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme on the Place des Arts between and , every day, rain or shine. Billy Tellier, the spokesperson for the Young Finalists' Exhibition in the HAHA-ART VisualArts Contest, will help showcase the talent of young Quebecers aged 18 and under, for the benefit of the Children's Wish Foundation. Come to the annual opening on July 17 from to . For more details, visit haha-art.com.
Don't miss the Mondial des jeux Loto-Québec, the festival entirely dedicated to games in all their forms! As well, Scène Zoofest will once again offer exciting programming.
For more information about the 2017 edition of the Festival Juste pour rire or to buy tickets, please visit hahaha.com.
To make the most of the Festival Juste pour rire, get the Passport 2017. Choose three shows and receive one free ticket per day of the festival (some restrictions may apply).
The Festival Juste pour rire would like to thank its public partners: le Government of Canada, the Gouvernement du Québec, the Ville de Montréal and Tourisme Montréal for their support; as well as their private partners: Vidéotron, Loto-Québec Tangerine, Sleeman, Kia, Tim Hortons, Sirius XM, Le Journal de Montréal, le 24h, TVA and Rythme FM 105,7.
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Excitedly welcome over 400 pros and co-anglers to the 3-day FLW Costa Series at the Plattsburgh City Marina, kicking off on Thursday, June 22nd bright and early at ! This is the second event in the #ADKCoastProBass17 season and the largest tournament the FLW has seen in its Northern division.
FLW Returns to the Adirondack Coast with largest
tournament in Northern division FLW Costa Series sets sign-up records on New
York side of Lake Champlain June 22-24 Plattsburgh, NY – 6/21/2017 – The
Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau and the City of Plattsburgh excitedly welcome
over 400 pros and co-anglers to the 3-day FLW Costa Series at the Plattsburgh
City Marina, kicking off on Thursday, June 22nd bright and early at 6:30 a.m.!
This is the second event in the #ADKCoastProBass17 season and the largest
tournament the FLW has seen in its Northern division. Competition is sure to
heat up on Thursday as participants battle it out on
~ Repercussion Theatre Brings 29th Shakespeare-in-the-Park to New Locations ~
Much Ado About Nothing examines deception and gender inequality through a confluence of plot lines. Claudio, a young soldier returned from war, asks Don Pedro to woo the beautiful Hero on his behalf but once won, Claudio's affections quickly vanish when he is falsely led to believe that Hero has cheated on him. Meanwhile Beatrice and Benedick, committed bachelors, humorously illuminate the downside of traditional gender roles through an ongoing and rigorous battle of wits. Claudio's instant attraction to Hero, his public renunciation and eventual betrothal highlight the fickle side of love yet, as powerful in its vulnerability as it is comical in its capriciousness, love triumphs over treachery in the end, and both couples are happily united.
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Director Amanda Kellock elaborates on the play's themes. "This play involves good people making bad choices, hurting those they care about and their actions are so extreme it's hard to imagine any form of reconciliation. But in order to do this play we have to ask ourselves: 'How do we truly atone for our mistakes? How does forgiveness work? How do we keep moving towards each other, even when it feels impossibly hard?' Audiences might watch the show and think, 'I would have known better!', but as Benedick says, 'Everyone can master a grief but he that has it.'"
Dakota Jamal Wellman, a recent Bishops University
graduate who toured with Geordie Productions this past season, is the young and
impressionable Claudio, who falls for the beautiful and chaste, Hero, played by Tiernan
Cornford in her professional debut while on summer break from her first
year at Concordia University. Quincy Armorer, Black Theatre Workshop's
Artistic Director and the imperious Oberon from SITP's silver anniversary
production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, is Benedick, sparring partner for
the independent and feisty Beatrice, inhabited by Holly Gauthier-Frankel,
returning to SITP after her debut in last year's all-female Julius Caesar.
In his fifth SITP production, Matthew Kabwe returns as Don Pedro to
woo fair Hero for Claudio. Dean Patrick Fleming, former Geordie Productions
Artistic Director, stretches his acting muscles digging into the polar opposite
characters of the manipulative Don John and Verges, the straight-man sidekick to
one of Shakespeare's most hilarious fools, Dogberry, played by one of Montreal's
best actors, Chip Chuipka, who also portrays the servant Balthazar. Hero's
respected and well-to-do uncle, Leonato, has morphed into a female Leonata,
played by Susan Glover, a veteran actor of impeccable comedic timing also
coming on board with SITP for the first time. Anurag Choudhury, born in
The decor and costumes work in unison to reflect a universe unto itself with Sabrina Miller's romantic set inspired by Italian Renaissance gardens and Sophie El-Assaad's costumes borrowing from the joie-de-vivre fashions of post-WWII. Former SITP stage manager, Jacynthe Lalonde, designs the lighting while Troy Slocum creates the sound and original music for Shakespeare's lyrics. Samantha Bitonti is the Assistant Director and Danielle Laurin stage manages.
POCKET SHAKESPEARE: For the second year, all of the SITP communities will be able to enjoy every nuance of the Bard's English thanks to Plank Design, who designed an application that enables Francophone audiences to follow the text by reading French sub-titles on their smart phones.
SHAKESPEARE-BEFORE-THE-SHOW: Repercussion Theatre is partnering with Geordie Productions to give young audiences fun and innovative ways to engage with Shakespeare. There are three 2-hour Introduction to Shakespeare workshops available for kids and teens at a cost of $35. Participants will learn what all the "foresooths" and "wherefores" are about, experience the fun of speaking Shakespeare and meet the cast of Much Ado About Nothing. Maximum 10 per class. Register online at http://geordie.ca/gtsworkshops
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Special to The Montreal Tribune - Montreal, June 5, 2017 – The Jewish Public Library is proud to present The Guest on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 7 p.m. at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, 5170 Côte Ste-Catherine. This production will be presented in Hebrew with English supertitles. Tickets: Admission: $20 for JPL members and students, $25 general. Segal Centre Box Office: 514.739.7944 or segalcentre.org/buy-tickets/ Widowed at 65, Gershon thinks he may have found new love. And so has his daughter Ronnie – with her father's potential son-in-law! But a surprise visitor from their past might upset matters. Based on the story The Last Visitor from Liebrecht's latest collection of stories, On Love Stories and Other Endings, The Guest is a wry and witty take on love and marriage by Savyon Liebrecht, one of
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dead after contagious strep A outbreak hits homeless shelters in Montreal
still investigating 2 other related cases, including 1 resulting in second
public health officials have alerted the city's shelters to a recent surge in
streptococcus A cases among homeless people in
News - The CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-et-de-l'Île-de-Montréal warned shelter
operators Thursday to be vigilant after it confirmed six linked cases of an
invasive group of streptococcus A had surfaced among the city's homeless
population since March. Dr. Noémie Savard of the CIUSS confirmed authorities
are investigating two more related cases — including one that resulted in a
second death. But some frontline shelter workers said they believe there
are more cases than have been reported to date. Sam Watts, the CEO of
Welcome Hall Mission— the shelter that first flagged the outbreak to
regional health authorities in March— said the city's homeless are more
at risk to contracting infections. He said poor access to regular health
care services and co-morbidities, like pre-existing skins conditions and
diabetes, make them vulnerable to diseases such as this type of
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Special to The Montreal Tribune - Tuesday, June 13, 2017 TORONTO: The Justice Centre will intervene at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Tuesday June 13 through June 15, in support of the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada ("CMDS") Application against the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (the "CPSO") in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. The CPSO has adopted policies that require doctors to assist patients who want to commit suicide, and other medical services such as abortion, even if those services conflict with a doctor's conscience or religious beliefs. The CPSO further requires doctors to provide "an effective referral" for physician-assisted suicide, also known as Medical Assistance in Dying ("MAID"). The Justice Centre's intervention will focus on the Supreme Court's repeated rulings that there is no Charter right to health care, or any medical procedure, including MAID. Therefore, there cannot be a right, Charter or otherwise, which allows patients to demand that an individual doctor perform or provide any medical procedure or an "effective referral" for any specific medical procedure or service that violates that doctor's conscientious or religious beliefs. On the contrary, doctors have protected conscience and religious rights under section 2(a) of the Charter, and government bodies like the College are required to respect those Charterfreedoms. In failing to respect the conscience rights of medical practitioners, the CPSO threatens the integrity of the entire medical profession. The Justice Centre's Factum concludes: The Policy uses threats and coercion to compel conduct that overrides a physician's foundational right-and-wrong imperatives. The CPSO's justifications as to why it is necessary in the instant case to violate an individual's conscience are fallacious. There is no constitutional right to health care, and no fiduciary obligations exist to require a physician to assist with suicide. History is replete with examples of state entities that compelled their citizens to act contrary to conscience, with horrific and tragic results. In attempting to compel conduct against the wills and consciences of medical practitioners the CPSO adds itself to a list of infamy. For more information contact: Jay Cameron at 403-909-3404 or jcameron@JCCF.ca 6.13.17
Aspirin 'major bleed' warning
The risk from taking aspirin daily is higher than previously thought for people over 75, scientists say. People over 75 taking daily aspirin after a stroke or heart attack are at higher risk of major - and sometimes fatal - stomach bleeds than previously thought, research in the Lancet shows. Scientists say that, to reduce these risks, older people should also take stomach-protecting PPI pills. But they insist aspirin has important benefits - such as preventing heart attacks - that outweigh the risks. And they warn that stopping aspirin suddenly can be harmful. Anyone with concerns should speak to a doctor before considering changing medication, they say. 'Lifelong pills' Doctors generally prescribe daily aspirin for life after a person has a stroke or heart attack to help prevent more attacks. But researchers have known for some time that aspirin can increase the risk of stomach bleeds. Aspirin 'might boost cancer therapy' Instant aspirin advice for minor stroke
A group of
German-speaking parents in northern
study raises hopes of treating women with advanced disease who do not respond
to other drugs.
new targeted treatment for ovarian cancer has shown "very promising"
results in women in the advanced stages of the disease. It shrank tumours in
about half of women who took part in a small trial. Researchers had only been
testing the drug to see if it was safe for humans to take, but found it had an
almost instant clinical effect. It is hoped the drug could help women who have
stopped responding to all other currently available treatments. So far, it has
only been tested in 15 women, and the researchers say it may not be safe to
take for more than a few months. However,
ovarian cancer is a difficult disease to treat, and the prognosis in the
advanced stages is very poor. Marianne Heath, 68, one of the patients who
received the drug, said: "I had no other treatment choices, so I felt
this was my only option. "I just want to keep going so I can keep the
tumours at a level where I can enjoy my life. It isn't a cure, but it is life
extension for me."
researcher describes findings from the clinical trial as a
of the largest clinical trials for prostate cancer has given "powerful
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