|Convicted spy Pollard granted parole in U.S.Jonathan Pollard, who has been imprisoned for 30 years for spying for Israel, has been granted parole following a unanimous vote by a federal parole...read more...|
|The selling of BDSAccording to the mythology of the anti-Israel boycotts, divestment and sanctions campaign, 2015 marks its 10th anniversary. For example, in the Globe...read more...|
|Canadian Israelis lose the right to vote – againAs Canada gears up for this fall’s federal election, thousands of Canadians in Israel have once again lost the right to cast a ballot. In May...read more...|
|After the Iran deal, a call for actionThe nuclear deal with Iran is a stunning diplomatic failure. The agreement allows Tehran to maintain its nuclear infrastructure and conduct advanced...read more...|
|Canada, Israel announce enhancements to trade dealTORONTO — It was billed as an improved and modernized trade pact, but federal ministers introducing the latest version of the Canada-Israel...read more...|
Jewish athletes win gold, bronze at Pan Ams
Two Canadian Jewish athletes are making room in their trophy cases for medals they earned at the recently concluded Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games....read more...
Maccabi Canada hosts reception for Pan Am Jewish athletes
TORONTO — For weeks, ambivalent Torontonians braced themselves for the Pan Am Games and their long-predicted disruptions,...read more...
Runner counting on home field advantage at Pan Am Games
When Sasha Gollish crossed the finish line in a 1,500-metre race in Portland, Ore., last month, she knew she had a good chance of...read more...
Twin sisters in rhythm for Pan Am Games
When Anjelika Reznik made her debut on the international stage four years ago, someone near and dear to her heart was missing.