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Ulpana and Or Chaim celebrate 40 yearsTORONTO — Bnei Akiva Schools will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a dinner May 8 at Terrace Banquet Hall. The religious Zionist school,...read more...
Yom Ha’atzmaut ‘twitter-fest’The Bnei Akiva Schools of Toronto – Yeshivat Or Chaim and Ulpanat Orot – are organizing a “twitter-fest” for Yom Ha’...read more...
Maimonides, JEC approve mergerMONTREAL — A merger of the two largest long-term care institutions under Jewish community auspices will serve to maintain their Jewish...read more...
Survivor reminds students of courage and hopeTORONTO — Marie Lardino, founder and principal of Voice Intermediate School expected that bringing Sally Eisner, a survivor of the Holocaust,...read more...
Jewish Club popular at public high schoolMONTREAL — Every Wednesday afternoon, about 15 students at Royal West Academy in Montreal West spend their lunch hour participating in an...read more...
Des élèves de l’École Maïmonide à Paris26 élèves du niveau Secondaire 3 de l’École Maïmonide -du Campus Parkhaven de Côte Saint-Luc et du Campus Jacob...read more...
New fund caps day school tuition for eligible familiesMONTREAL — School leaders and parents have enthusiastically welcomed a new Federation CJA fund that aims to make Jewish education more...read more...
Consulate, UJA Federation co-sponsor contest on Israel’s 65thWant to celebrate Israel’s 65th anniversary this year and win a prize while doing it? All you have to do is make a video. The Israeli Consulate...read more...
Program gives teen girls useful skillsTORONTO — Ashreinu, a year-round program for Jewish girls, offers a unique opportunity for students at Beth Jacob High School for Girls to...read more...
JPPS brings fitness into the classroomMONTREAL — The grunting and panting sounds in the Jewish People’s and Peretz School (JPPS) classrooms these days have nothing to do with...read more...

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