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Thank you, allThe decision has now been made, thankfully, that the print edition of The CJN will continue.   There will be significant changes in the staffing...read more...
Religious winds of changes are blowing in IsraelThese are promising times for those of us who believe Jewish pluralism is attainable in Israel. For Jews in the Diaspora, Jewish diversity isn’...read more...
Am I in love?Dear Ella, I met Sonia a few years ago and we became friends. Over the years, she’s had a boyfriend, and I’ve had a girlfriend, but we...read more...
Erdogan bares his fangs to Turkish protestersThis week’s column is dedicated to Mordechai Ben-Dat, who is leaving The CJN after 19 years as editor.   *   * ...read more...
Knaidel: recipes for successIt may not be a famous Jewish food like challah, blintzes or latkes. Heck, it may not be even be the most famous Jewish food that starts with a...read more...
A communal town hall in print formThe Canadian Jewish News has announced that the paper will no longer be printed after June 20. It would be a sad day if this were to happen. This...read more...
A precious lifelineIn this, my next to last column, I wish to look back at one of the first columns I wrote in this space. I wrote about a conference that had been held...read more...
The UN can be fixed, and so can the far leftAll too often, especially in today’s Middle East, the realities become so absurd that they seem like punchlines in a Jon Stewart bit brought to...read more...
The surgeon’s knifeI always vowed I’d never go near plastic surgery. Botox, tummy tucks, breast enhancements – these have been, for me, a foreign land of...read more...
The end of a gig?The fate of The Canadian Jewish News, as I write this, has not been sealed, and it’s very possible I might be a writer soon without this...read more...

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