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Air Canada resumes flights after FAA lifts Israel banUPDATE: Air Canada is resuming its flights to Israel, the carrier told The CJN "We are resuming operations to Tel Aviv beginning with tonight...read more...
Calgary Jews hope next anti-Israel rally stays peacefulThe Calgary Jewish Federation hopes that an anti-Israel protest scheduled for Friday in front of Calgary’s City Hall won’t lead to the...read more...
Creating a Holocaust conversation for the futurePinchas Gutter, a Toronto Holocaust survivor, sits at the front of the classroom answering students’ questions in an easy give-and-take...read more...
Campagne de Solidarité avec le peuple d’IsraëlLa FÉDÉRATION CJA de Montréal a mis sur pied, en collaboration avec les Fédérations Juives d’Amérique...read more...
Thousands back Israel in MontrealMONTREAL — About 3,000 people enthusiastically answered the call of Montreal’s Federation CJA and the Centre for Israel and Jewish...read more...
Winnipeggers turn out for Jewish stateWINNIPEG — A broad cross-section of Manitobans turned out on July 21 for two rallies in Winnipeg in support of Israel. The first demonstration...read more...
Departing envoy felt Quebecers’ loveMONTREAL — As he prepares to return to Jerusalem after serving as Israel’s consul general here for three years, Joel Lion wants to leave...read more...
Bens deli lives on in museum exhibit“Bens was not just a restaurant. It was a place that drew Montrealers and tourists alike. The ambience was unlike anywhere else,” says...read more...
Deborah Corber's diary of her solidarity mission to IsraelOn July 13, 2014, Deborah Corber, chief executive officer of Montreal’s Federation CJA, checked into her hotel in Tel Aviv. She would be...read more...
Queen’s student builds backyard roller-coasterSome people build a deck in their backyard. Thornhill resident, David Chesney, built a roller-coaster. The Queen’s University student, who just...read more...

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