July 28, 2017 - 5 Av 5777


My advice to graduates: Never Leave

There is no graduating from learning. Sadly, most university graduates leave learning behind once they finish with university. For the Jewish community, this loss of intellectual interest is a calamity.

How being a small town Jew made me religious

If I want there to be any Jewish life in Sudbury, Ont., where I live, I have to be religious. I have to show up for the holidays. The lack of knowledge about Judaism in the general community has forced me to learn more.

Up close and personal with Poland’s Jewish revival

Organized and led by Krakow native Magda Koralewski Rubenfeld, the trip was a journey into memory and a chance to gain insight into the Jewish revival happening in contemporary Poland.

Canada 150

The Jews who have shaped Canadian politics throughout the years

Over the last 150 years, Jews across Canada have served proudly in political life at all levels of government.


Winnipeg arts maven inducted into Order of Canada

Border Crossing magazine editor Meeka Walsh’s roots in Canada go back to among the earliest Jewish settlers in this region. Her great-grandfather was the first rabbi on the Prairies west of Winnipeg.


The man who changed the pope’s mind about Jews

Jewish Conscience of the Church: Jules Isaac and the Second Vatican Council looks at Jules Isaac's influence over pope John XXIII, which led to the Catholic Church radically revising its stance on Jews and Judaism in the '60s.

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