Headlines:

The Canadian Jeiwsh News

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Member Login:

Opinions / Editorial

Title PHP code
This is just the beginningIt’s been a whirlwind of a year at The CJN. In January, this newspaper turned over a new leaf, and in April we introduced a brand new design....read more...
Fake it till you make itIn 1993, Maclean’s magazine contracted Jerusalem-based photographer Ricky Rosen to illustrate a cover story about the Oslo accords. The photo...read more...
Who benefits from an election?As the election campaign began last week in Israel, the political ranks and the electorate were unanimous regarding at least one thing: no one seemed...read more...
Chassidic schooling needs a rethinkIn April, Quebec Education Minister Yves Bolduc vowed to end government funding for chassidic schools that do not act in accordance with provincial...read more...
Would guns have saved more lives?Last Wednesday, one day after a horrific terror attack in Jerusalem that left four rabbis and a Druze police officer dead, a Facebook post caught my...read more...
A challenge for federation leadersMore than 3,000 staff and volunteers from North American Jewish federations met last week just outside Washington, D.C., for the General Assembly (GA...read more...
Should Jews pray on the Temple Mount?The attempted assassination of Rabbi Yehuda Glick in Jerusalem on Oct. 29 has reignited debate over access to Har Habayit – the Temple Mount....read more...
The fowl smell lingersChickenshit. Now there’s the power of language! It took one word, selected last week by a “senior Obama administration official” to...read more...
Canada and Israel: together, yet apartLast Wednesday, Oct. 22, Canadian Jews were reminded of the fragility of life, not once but twice.  Just before 10 a.m., Michael Zehaf-Bibeau...read more...
Canada and Israel: together, yet apartLast Wednesday, Oct. 22, Canadian Jews were reminded of the fragility of life, not once but twice.  Just before 10 a.m., Michael Zehaf-Bibeau...read more...

© 2014 - CJNEWS.COM, all rights reserved.