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Search result: Monday April 6, 2015
Parliament unanimously passes Cotler’s Magnitsky motionSergei Magnitsky is not that well known in Canada, but in Russia, he’s a household name. That’s because he was jailed in his homeland on...read more...
Jewish friends group supports Yezidi cause in CanadaTORONTO — It’s fair to say that until news agencies started taking the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL) seriously, few people had heard of...read more...
Jewish groups back motion on religious attireMONTREAL — Jewish groups are watching with interest if a court will render an opinion on whether Quebecers’ religious attire affects...read more...
B'nai Brith campaigns to stop Queen's Park Al-Quds rallyTORONTO — B’nai Brith Canada thinks that getting an early start and the introduction of Bill C-51 might give it a real shot this year at...read more...
Mother and son collaborate on playWhen a son leaves home, he may not look forward to frequent visits from mom, but that’s not the case for award-winning actor of stage, TV and...read more...
Mother and son collaborate on playWhen a son leaves home, he may not look forward to frequent visits from mom, but that’s not the case for award-winning actor of stage, TV and...read more...
Search result: Sunday April 5, 2015
Restoring an architect's legacyToronto architect Benjamin Brown (1890-1974) designed many elegant edifices across the city, including the Balfour and Tower buildings on Spadina...read more...
Search result: Wednesday April 1, 2015
No charges for ‘Dawgfather’ over tweets, Halifax police sayHALIFAX — Halifax hot dog vendor Jerry Reddick, also known as the Dawgfather, has avoided charges after he posted offensive and disturbing...read more...
Jewish groups concerned by new Daily Show host's tweetsNEW YORK — Two Jewish groups expressed their concerns over past social media posts by Trevor Noah, the choice to succeed Jon Stewart...read more...
'Torah relay’ marks Ottawa shul’s move uptownOTTAWA — A weekend of festivities marked the end of an era as Congregation Beth Shalom concluded its 60-year history as Ottawa’s “...read more...

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