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Search result: Friday March 21, 2014
Deux Sépharades Candidates aux ÉlectionsC’est certainement une première dans les Annales de la Communauté Sépharade du Québec: deux femmes Sé...read more...
Canadian Jewish camps get philanthropic fundsMONTREAL — Stuart Guttman could not have sounded happier. The director of Camp Massad in the Laurentians had just learned that his Jewish camp...read more...
Virtual museum explores Jewish experience in MontrealMONTREAL — Anyone anywhere with a story or a photo related to the Jewish experience in Montreal who wants to share it online and via mobile...read more...
Telling a different kind of Jewish storyTORONTO — Steven Bergson was five years old when he picked up his first comic book. It didn’t take long until he was hooked. “Once...read more...
Community cookbook hopes to become a culinary legacyIs your bubbie from Brazil? Is your aunt from Iraq? Or maybe your mother is from Morocco? United Jewish Appeal’s Kitchen Cabinet team wants to...read more...
Worrisome bar and bat mitzvah trendsCongregants send me links to articles and videos of outrageous bar and bat mitzvah parties. You’ve seen them. The glitter and glam, the...read more...
Search result: Thursday March 20, 2014
Is criticism of Israel anti-Semitic?Andrew Griffith   Over the past few years, the Jewish community and many governments have paid attention to a resurgence of anti-Semitism. The...read more...
Netanyahu plans first official visit to Panama by Israeli PMIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is planning a rare five-day trip to Mexico, Colombia, and Panama on April 6 in an effort to bolster...read more...
Joe Oliver becomes Canada’s first Jewish finance ministerJoe Oliver became Canada’s first Jewish finance minister this week. He took his oath of office in a discreet March 19 mini Tory cabinet shuffle...read more...
Knesset committee must vote again on conversion bill it backedJERUSALEM  — A Knesset committee will have to vote again on a bill allowing local rabbis to oversee conversions to Judaism in Israel after...read more...

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