Wednesday, July 1, 2020

More News and Items to watch or listen to this Canada Day 2020

Canada Day:
Amazing and beautiful, “Prayer” composed by Vivian Fung:

Canada Day Celebrations Fireworks - after dark:
Juno Awards:

See the entire show on CBC Gem:

More art on CBC Gem:

BIPOC Issues and more with Tom Power on CBC q:

Chika Okeke-Agulu calls out Christie’s for sale of looted Nigerian sculptures:

Simons Newsletter, supporting arts and culture throughout the pandemic:

Stay safe and keep healthy:

News from WASM members July 2020

Sonia Roseval put together a short video showcasing her latest art:

Great news from fellow WASM member Carol Rabinovitch:
Carol is very proud of her daughter, Marnie, for having an article published in the July issue of Chatelaine magazine. Marnie has sound business sense and a great product for comfort and well-being. Please visit Marnie’s Linked-In page to learn more about her: 

For more info on the product, here is the web site for Marnie’s company:

Friday, June 26, 2020

WASM remembers Annette Rudy

It is with great sadness that WASM learns of the passing of Annette Rudy, long time WASM member. As Annette Wolfstein-Joseph says, “Annette Rudy was a member of WASM for a number of years. She served on the board when I was still on it and we were two of the three Annette’s on the board at that time. She was a very gracious and lovely person”.
Please visit Paperman’s to leave a message of condolence:

Sunday, June 21, 2020

Online events to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21, 2020

On June 21, celebrate the heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding achievements for First Nations, Inuit, and Metis.

Music and cooking - CAPSULES CUISINE

Norma Condo chef propriétaire de Miqmak Catering Indigenous Kitchen 
Tiffany Deer chef propriétaire de Kwe Kwe Gourmet
Marlene Hale - Chef Maluh

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Summer 2020 events online or in your car!

VROOM! est une soirée multimédia en famille au Ciné-Parc Orford, inspirée des contes de jeunesse. Le studio Moment Factory vous invite à explorer avec lui et participer à ce rassemblement d’un nouveau genre autour d’une sélection de courts-métrages du catalogue de l’Office National du Film (ONF).

Costumez-vous comme votre personnage favori d'enfance (vous pouvez-même habiller votre voiture!). Une fois sur place, vous trouverez d’autres personnages fantastiques et découvrirez ensemble de nouvelles histoires.

Prenez part à ce rassemblement et laissez-vous prendre à la célébration de fables animées.

Dès le 26 juin, jusqu'au 12 juillet, 2 représentations par soir, au coucher du soleil
50$ par véhicule, 7 personnes max
Virtual Courses from McGill University:

Summer Registration Opens Online Only June 22, 2020. The lectures are given online using Zoom. The link to access the lecture will be sent the day before the lecture starts. The registration closes at 10 AM the day before the lecture starts. There is a $10 fee per lecture payable by credit card.

Deena’s and Max’s film “Will the Second Generation Please Rise”
Time:    Wednesday, August 19, 1 p.m.

Nancy Barr “The Shakers: More than Furniture Makers”
Time:    Wednesday, July 8, 3:30 p.m.

The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal presented by TD Bank Group and the collaboration of Rio Tinto with the support of our public partners is pleased to announce some good news. This summer, there will be live music for free.

Exclusive performances recorded in a studio specially designed for the occasion at l’Astral, live and festives aperos with some artists, presentation of the Festival’s historic moment, a late-night party to close the opening night. Music lovers will be served!

From June 27th to 30th 2020, Le Festival International de Jazz de Montréal will bring music to life all over the city and in the festivalgoer’s hearts from here and everywhere, in another way! Jazz is in the air! Be there!