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Canadian academics look to Israeli innovation modelsOTTAWA — Canadian academics are drawing inspiration from Israeli research models. Israel’s top policy experts and heads of higher...read more...
Baird receives Wiesenthal Center’s Award of ValourTORONTO — Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) is known for fighting anti-Semitism, educating for tolerance and supporting the State...read more...
Rabbis organize concert to raise prostate cancer awarenessTORONTO — Prostate cancer survivor Rabbi Moshe Meirovich hopes a fundraising concert he is organizing to benefit Prostate Cancer Canada will...read more...
Panel ponders ethical issues in Ebola treatmentTORONTO — In the middle of an Ebola scare that has recently found its way to North America, many Canadians have questions. For instance, should...read more...
Judaism and vegetarianism – part 2Kosher and vegetarian. Sounds easy – just drop the meat and dig right in. Cutting meat from your diet – and from your kitchen – may...read more...
Sarkozy praises gentiles who saved Jews in WW IITORONTO — It is, said former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, a story that needs to be told, and standing before the families of those deemed...read more...
Non-violent extremism must be addressed, expert saysTORONTO — Islamic extremism is a “significant problem” in Canada, and it is the non-violent extremists who are the most dangerous,...read more...
Self-published collection garners awards for poetSelf-published poet Topaz Ruby has beaten the odds with her first book, Reaching Beyond Ourselves: Leading a Spiritual, Peaceful and Diverse World, a...read more...
Week of Nov. 6, 2014In the Oct.15 issue, The CJN published a letter citing Rabbi Joseph Ber Soloveitchik z”l as a basis for being critical of Orthodox rabbis...read more...
HOLOCAUST EDUCATION WEEK: Opening looks at collaboration in HungaryTORONTO — For years, American author Ayelet Waldman avoided writing about the Holocaust, fearful of broaching the magnitude of the tragedy, of...read more...

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