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Search result: Monday August 12, 2013
A working man and woman’s conferenceWe need a massive community conference organized by the working man and woman with an agenda that is anything but fundraising. The invitation list...read more...
Search result: Sunday August 11, 2013
Obscure men’s lodge making impact in cityAndy Levy-Ajzenkopf, Special to The CJN TORONTO — At first they were associated with the Druids. Then, they took matters into their own hands...read more...
Send in the food trucksCoun. Josh Colle wants to see a Tov-Li food truck near Toronto’s Union station. Or a Dr. Laffa truck rolling down Bloor Street. And King David...read more...
Search result: Friday August 9, 2013
Bands do battle to support pediatric careFour bands will compete against each other for prizes and bragging rights at the inaugural Band+Aid event in support of pediatric healthcare at...read more...
A buffalo love story on Vancouver IslandReach the end of Jackson road in Duncan, on Vancouver Island, and all you can hear is the chirrup of frogs and the wind whistling in the trees. Park...read more...
Feldman Home founder accomplishments recognizedIn a duplex basement on Bourret Street near Westbury Avenue, Leib Reuven Feldman sat working, as he has for three decades, in the care home that has...read more...
Montrealer, 81, takes gold in Maccabiah tennisBrahm Faber celebrated his 81st birthday by making his first trip to Israel – and earning a gold medal in tennis at the Maccabiah Games....read more...
Many options to get involved with campus lifeJewish students about to start university have many options for incorporating Judaism into their lives in the form of social events, politics, Israel...read more...
Emmanuel Kattan un brillant romancierEmmanuel Kattan est certainement l’un des écri­vains les plus prometteurs de la scène littéraire québé...read more...
Winnipeg neighbourhood defaced with swastikasWINNIPEG — The Winnipeg police hate crimes unit is investigating a spree of swastika graffiti on buildings and garbage bins in the city’s...read more...

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