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Netanyahus spent public funds excessively on personal items: comptrollerJERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could be facing a criminal investigation following a government report that said he and...read more...
COVER STORY: Not your bubbie's youth groupJewish youth groups have to offer more than playing table tennis in a shul basement on Shabbat afternoon, says Rabbi Glenn Black, who remembers doing...read more...
Q&A Jonathan Kay: Walrus editor on media and JudaismIn January, Jonathan Kay officially took over as editor-in-chief of the Walrus, a national Canadian general-interest magazine. He comes to the...read more...
BACKSTORY: The problm of farming in a shmittah yearIf you are lucky enough to be in Israel this year, you will notice a few new signs displayed by fruit and vegetable vendors. Some notify consumers...read more...
Agency raises funds for affordable housingTORONTO — A fundraising initiative by the Kehilla Residential Programme will enable more Torontonians to enjoy affordable housing. Kehilla,...read more...
Talented Israeli hockey player moving up quicklyTORONTO — If you check the bios of current NHL players, you’ll find places of birth that would have astonished pro scouts from days gone...read more...
Canadians to run in Israel for kids with special needsTORONTO — Some 50 Canadians will join more than 300 runners from around the globe to represent Shalva in the annual Jerusalem Marathon next...read more...
Can we Jews ever be happy? Some branches of Judaism emphasize joy in daily life and practice, and having so much sadness in our history makes it important to cherish true...read more...
Week of Feb. 19, 2015Ethiopian Jews still struggle Prof. Gil Troy (“Made-in-Israel success stories at IDC,” Feb. 5) commends the Interdisciplinary Center for...read more...
The challenge of sustaining Jewish day schoolsJewish education in this country took a significant hit last week when the Ottawa Jewish Community School (OJCS) announced plans to close its high...read more...

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