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Search result: Friday September 13, 2013
Ryerson buys time for decision on Sam’s signsTORONTO — The decision on the future of two massive spinning records that used to adorn Sam the Record Man’s Yonge Street frontage in...read more...
Local survivor knew notorious Nazi Martin BormannMONTREAL — Montrealer George Novak is likely the only living Holocaust survivor who, for almost a year, regularly polished the boots of the...read more...
Une Charte des valeurs très controverséeLe très controversé Projet de Charte des valeurs québécoises va profondément diviser les Québécois,...read more...
Priest helps bring Jewish holiday spirit to patientsMONTREAL — This was the first time in her 68 years that Beverly Spanier did not spend the High Holidays in synagogue. The retired public high...read more...
Israel must tread carefully amid chaos in Arab worldWith deadly street battles between the military and the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo; rocket attacks and chemical weapons in the Syrian civil war; car...read more...
Simchat Torah – roll those scrollsLeah Schapira and Victoria Dwek are on a roll with the publication of their latest cookbook in their popular Made Easy Series. When Passover Made...read more...
Standing up for Israel on campusFew students understand the importance of Israel advocacy like Leon Martynenko does. Martynenko, originally from Ukraine, lived in Israel from 1996...read more...
Search result: Thursday September 12, 2013
Architects chosen for Richler gazeboMONTREAL — Two years after the project was announced, architects have been chosen by the City of Montreal to renovate the gazebo on the eastern...read more...
Jewish General Hospital upholds right of staff to religious wearMONTREAL — The Jewish General Hospital (JGH) says it supports the freedom of its employees to wear religious symbols, however overt they are...read more...
Leading Orthodox rabbi in Australia apologizes for covering up abuseSYDNEY   – The president of the Orthodox rabbinate in Australia issued an unequivocal apology to the victims of child sex abuse and urged...read more...

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