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Search result: Monday October 28, 2013
Trenton school plans ambitious Shoah memorialAs the Pebbles for Peace project in Trenton, Ont., nears its goal of collecting six million pebbles to represent the number of Jewish Holocaust...read more...
Jewish federations chiefs call for free preschoolNEW YORK — The leaders of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) are calling for free Jewish preschool for every Jewish family in...read more...
Women of the Wall bring conditions for egalitarian sectionJERUSALEM — Women of the Wall presented the conditions under which the group would move its monthly prayer service to a third, egalitarian...read more...
Honest Ed’s sold to west coast developerTORONTO — After standing for 70 years at the corner of Bathurst and Bloor streets, Honest Ed’s has been sold to Westbank Properties, a...read more...
Bill to halt prisoner releases rejectedJERUSALEM — An Israeli government committee approved the release of Palestinian prisoners hours after another committee rejected a bill that...read more...
Anti-Israel ads back in Boston transitBOSTON — The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said it was restoring dozens of ads critical of Israel to its transit system that had...read more...
Jewish rocker dies at age 71Musician and guitarist Lou Reed, the frontman for the band Velvet Underground as well as a solo artist, has died. Reed, who was born to a Jewish...read more...
Shul not a priority for young, Jewish adultsOttawa’s Limmud conference this month drew mostly an aging crowd, a worrying trend, organizers say. There’s a visible absence of youths...read more...
Ontario minister in Israel on trade missionTEL AVIV — Eric Hoskins, Ontario’s economic development, trade and employment minister, was in Israel last week on a multipurpose trade...read more...
Bathurst Street landmark Daiter’s up for saleTORONTO — Daiter’s, the family-run deli and market that has been a fixture on Bathurst Street since 1964, will be closing its doors. The...read more...

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