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Search result: Thursday August 29, 2013
Documentary to detail escape from Nazi campIf Josh Webber has his way, his grandfather’s dramatic escape from a Nazi concentration camp will be an HBO special, seen by people around the...read more...
Film explores artist’s return to RomaniaLilian Broca was 12 years old when she found out she was Jewish. Until then, the Canadian artist, born in Romania under Communist rule, knew little...read more...
YU sex abuse went beyond boys high school: reportNEW YORK — Incidents of physical and sexual abuse at Yeshiva University were not limited to its high school for boys, an investigation has...read more...
Muslim group fails to convince hotel to cancel speakersTORONTO — A speaking engagement featuring U.S. anti-jihadist activists Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer will go ahead at a Toronto-area hotel...read more...
Fishing, dolphins, and other reasons to visit Key LargoKey Largo was made famous by the Bertie Higgins hit song and the Bogie and Bacall film, both named after this picturesque paradise. This most...read more...
Jewish groups concerned over Fatima Network meetingTORONTO — Jewish groups are concerned that an upcoming meeting of the Fatima Network in Niagara Falls could propagate “radical and...read more...
Search result: Wednesday August 28, 2013
Anti-Israel ads to appear on Vancouver public transitVANCOUVER — As Rosh Hashanah drew closer, Jews in Vancouver were anticipating the imminent posting of a series of anti-Israel advertisements at...read more...
Israeli envoy reflects on special ties with CanadaIsraeli ambassador to Canada Miriam Ziv returned to Israel just before Labour Day after a five-year term – one year longer than usual –...read more...
Team seeks rescheduling of Yom Kippur soccer gameMONTREAL — A West Island children’s soccer team slated to play a crucial finals game on Yom Kippur has until Sept. 9 to officially submit...read more...
CAQ favours less sweeping ban on public servants’ religious wearMONTREAL — Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) Leader François Legault says provincial employees who “personify state authority...read more...

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