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Why Herb Gray didn’t have a state funeralThe Right Honourable Herb Gray had a long career in Canadian politics. He held his seat in Windsor West for nearly 40 years. He never lost in 13...read more...
Reform Jews must look at themselvesReform and Conservative Jews feel discriminated against in Israel. The rabbinic establishment shuns them. Though the state pays salaries to some non-...read more...
The challenge of intermarriageWhen a Jew marries out of the faith, is it the end of the road, or can subsequent generations still be Jewish? Rabbi N.Daniel Korobkin Beth Avraham...read more...
Google maps: keeping an eye on Israel“To organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Google’s mission statement sounds benign...read more...
As the weather changesOver the past few weeks, we have been waiting impatiently for the end of the winter season, and it looked as if it had finally arrived. That is,...read more...
Hanging on to lifeWe all know that we are not immortal. But most people go through life thinking of the end as “over there,” sort of like the end of a...read more...
Quebec teaches us a valuable lesson in civilityLast month, we learned a valuable lesson about public discourse. And it came from, of all places, Quebec. Former premier Pauline Marois should have...read more...
It’s not enough to remember and feel badYom Hashoah is when we remember the Holocaust and the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis. Around the world, events are held to help us understand...read more...
Congregational pulpit or teacher?The two roles might seem quite different, but the common thread is Torah study   Rabbi Avi Finegold FOUNDER, THE JEWISH LEARNING LIBRARY,...read more...
Date night is like glueWe were in shul when I heard my daughter Maya, 5, speak loudly and clearly in a voice that is certainly mine. She’s made two paper airplanes,...read more...

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