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Search result: Sunday December 7, 2014
Giving and receiving requires creativityDear Ella, I married into a large, generous family who love to shower us with gifts. Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary, holiday or...read more...
Search result: Friday December 5, 2014
Yaakov Shwekey uses music to inspire and uniteFor more than a decade, Jewish music superstar Yaakov Shwekey has performed for sellout crowds around the world. He has dedicated his talents to...read more...
Search result: Thursday December 4, 2014
Everything you wanted to know about The CJNIf you’re reading The Canadian Jewish News, there’s a good chance you’re better educated than the bulk of the population, more...read more...
TRIBUTE Jean Béliveau: a mensch to the endMONTREAL — Even though I have glanced at only the occasional pro hockey game since the first National Hockey League expansion in 1967, I would...read more...
Montreal Chassidim not satisfied with sukkah 'compromise'MONTREAL — How long a sukkah can remain standing in Outremont has become the latest source of tension between the borough’s Jews –...read more...
Search result: Wednesday December 3, 2014
The Klezmatics expand the boundaries of musicThe Klezmatics, considered the world’s best-known klezmer band, will celebrate its 28th anniversary in concert at Flato Markham Theatre on Dec...read more...
A new Nobel is worth the prize of admissionThe most recently translated work of the 2014 winner of the Nobel Prize for literature will present itself to many readers as a coded text. Patrick...read more...
Best-selling author published her first book at 72If William Wordsworth’s words are true  – that “the child is father to the man” –  we need look no deeper...read more...
Une entrevue avec le grand romancier Ken FollettPro-Européen invétéré, le grand romancier britannique Ken Follett est inquiet pour l’avenir de l’Europe,...read more...
Doc follows musicians wrestling with Jewish identityWhen Tamas Wormser was a boy growing up in Budapest, his father took him to the Dohany Street synagogue, the largest shul in Europe. Even though he...read more...

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