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Search result: Monday January 20, 2014
Scientist’s discovery advances stem-cell researchTORONTO — Thanks to a major breakthrough by one of the Weizmann Institute of Science’s most promising researchers, clinical trials based...read more...
‘Death Café' puts mortality on the agendaWINNIPEG — Congregation Shaarey Zedek played host to the city’s first Death Café earlier this month. While new to Winnipeg, the...read more...
Spotlight to shine on Israeli cultureThe Spotlight on Israeli Culture, a two-month showcase of Israeli music, theatre, film, dance and visual arts described as the first event of its...read more...
Search result: Sunday January 19, 2014
Archives gets audiotapes of 1970s leadersTORONTO — An irreplaceable collection of more than 100 audiotapes of notable figures in the Toronto Jewish community, many no longer alive, was...read more...
Search result: Friday January 17, 2014
Beggar’s Opera coming to York U theatreFourth-year York University fine arts student Sarah Chahley is starring in Theatre @ York’s The Beggar’s Opera, at the Sandra Faire and...read more...
Lessons from Limmud U.K.“At Limmud, you can’t escape the fact that it’s great to be Jewish.” Those were the words of Ephraim Mirvis, who on Dec. 23...read more...
Notre Montréal aims to restore pride in cityMONTREAL — Gary Shapiro is not a man given to overstatement. But after weathering decades of upheaval in Quebec, the businessman does not...read more...
Netanyahu: E.U. settlement criticism hypocritical Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected European criticism of settlement construction and accused critics of applying a double...read more...
UNESCO cancels Israel expo following Arab pressureComplaints by Arab states led the United Nation’s cultural arm, UNESCO, to cancel the opening of an exhibition on the Jewish presence in the...read more...
Holland urges Morocco to drop anti-Israel billsTHE HAGUE, Netherlands — The Dutch foreign minister, Frans Timmermans, urged Moroccan King Mohammed VI to scrap bills submitted to parliament...read more...

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