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Search result: Monday September 15, 2014
Lawyer rejects latest Lev Tahor allegationsA new series of allegations concerning Lev Tahor were released last week, claiming members of the group forged passports and other legal documents,...read more...
Search result: Sunday September 14, 2014
Federal grant will help archives preserve materialsTORONTO — The federal government has announced that it’s giving $195,000 to the Ontario Jewish Archives (OJA) Foundation, a sum the...read more...
Embrace spirituality at Rosh HashanahDear Ella, This is the first year I will be hosting Rosh Hashanah dinner with my newly married daughter and her Christian husband. We raised Jenny to...read more...
Search result: Friday September 12, 2014
UJA campaign on record pace, organizers sayTORONTO — UJA Federation of Greater Toronto announced at its 2015 Campaign Launch that it has raised a record-breaking $31.9 million so far. At...read more...
Sharp family spearheading Jewish museum projectTORONTO — A few years ago, there was talk of building a Jewish museum on the site of the projected Sherman Campus on Bathurst Street north of...read more...
Search result: Thursday September 11, 2014
A tough trip eastToday the train ride into Warsaw offers equal portions of wonder and the mundane. Pre-World War II red brick rail buildings mix with sparkling new...read more...
New CEO hopes to rejuvenate B’nai BrithB’nai Brith is an iconic brand, but people in the Jewish community may not fully understand the scope of what the organization does, says...read more...
Search result: Wednesday September 10, 2014
Art student creates educational High Holiday comic bookIn addition to the usual prayerbooks, more than 30 North American synagogues, including half a dozen in Toronto, are adding a new publication to...read more...
Tracing Glasgow's Jewish rootsAt its highest point, after World War II, Scotland’s Jewish community boasted close to 20,000 members, with 15,000 calling Glasgow home. Today...read more...
Vaughan council rejects Muslim housing developmentTORONTO — Vaughan City Council has unanimously passed a motion to reject a controversial proposal for a Muslim condominium and townhouse...read more...

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