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Search result: Tuesday January 27, 2015
Neighbourhood shul celebrates sanctuary renovationTORONTO — Beth Lida Forest Hill Synagogue, which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, has renovated its sanctuary and social hall. On Feb...read more...
Moishe House opens second Canadian outpost in TorontoTORONTO — Moishe House, an international organization that seeks to provide meaningful Jewish experiences for young adults, opened in Toronto...read more...
Survivors gather for historic Auschwitz anniversaryKRAKOW, Poland — Holocaust survivors gathered in Krakow on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz amid unease regarding...read more...
Sing for the Children Contest      Click on the image below for full contest details. Please submit your entry by clicking here. read more...
Search result: Monday January 26, 2015
FEATURE: Toronto’s Mount Sinai had humble beginnings as dispensaryWhen Dr. Daniel Drucker of Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital receives the $150,000 (US) Manpei-Suzuki prize for groundbreaking diabetes research...read more...
Jennie Rosenfeld's appointment is wonderful newsA stained-glass ceiling has been cracked. Women no longer learn Torah solely in order to be talmidot chachamot (learned scholars), but are...read more...
A new kind of Judaism is emerging in IsraelSome Israeli businessmen are said to have funded a campaign to get their fellow Jewish citizens to the traditional Shabbat table. Their message is...read more...
Jews and aboriginals make a powerful teamJews get it. We understand bigotry and discrimination. More sadly, we understand how otherwise civilized people and nations can target the most...read more...
Anxiety in our timeWe don’t know what we have until it is eaten away at. How could we?   Is it possible for a child who grew up in a peaceful, rational...read more...
Bibi and Bougie go to WashingtonIn December, a poll ranked the leading issues for Israeli voters ahead of March 17 national elections. The economy placed first at 34 per cent,...read more...

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