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Iran deal all trust and no verification, critic saysRafael Barak’s bags hadn’t even arrived from Jerusalem before the new Israeli ambassador to Canada took part in a conference call...read more...
Ex-coach to look at Jews’ contribution to basketballCheck the rosters of the 30 NBA teams, and you’ll find only a couple of Jewish guys among them. It’s surprising, if not mind-boggling,...read more...
Tony Award-winning comedy stars Canadian actorsDespite decades of acting in film, stage and television, Montreal-born actor Linda Kash is best known as the Philadelphia Cream Cheese angel in Kraft...read more...
Novel successfully combines realistic and gothic elementsMotherless Child Marianne Langner Zeitlin Zephyr Press Motherless Child, Toronto-born author Marianne Langner Zeitlin’s third novel in as...read more...
Israeli toddler injured by rock thrown at car in JerusalemJERUSALEM   — A toddler was injured in a Jerusalem neighborhood when a three-pound rock was thrown through the window of the car in which...read more...
Food and memories – an unbeatable combinationThe laughter was loud and the nostalgia was palpable at Beyond Bubbie, an evening of storytelling that linked food and family lore. Nine presenters,...read more...
Baby food collected for food banksTORONTO — Members of Hillel of Greater Toronto ran a two-day baby food drive after York University student Ariella Markus, learned that it was...read more...
UJA Federation CEO plans to step downTORONTO — By next year at this time, UJA Federation of Greater Toronto will have a new CEO in place, Ted Sokolsky, federation’s president...read more...
JGH launches cutting-edge molecular pathology centreMONTREAL — A move toward personalized, genetics-based treatment of cancer and other diseases took a major step forward with the launch last...read more...
Organizers won’t rescind invitation to ex-fascistMONTREAL — Opponents of a controversial Dec. 9 visit to Montreal by notorious Hungarian former neo-fascist leader Csanad Szegedi sponsored by...read more...

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