May 24, 2018 - 10 Sivan 5778


Canadians man Israeli crisis hotline remotely

A group of Israeli-Canadian women are building a volunteer network in Toronto to answer calls from Israel for ERAN – the only charitable provider of telephone and Internet emotional support and suicide prevention in the Jewish State – from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern, which is late at night in the Middle East.

Life, death and music are brought to the stage

Theresa Tova plays a mother who interrupts her daughter and son-in-law’s romantic evening with an abrupt lesson about their immigrant family’s history in Adam Seelig's latest venture.

The media and their lies about Gaza

As of this writing, over 100 Palestinians have been killed and hundreds more wounded on the Gaza-Israel border. However, the deaths and injuries are not the fault of the IDF – they are a strategy engineered by the terrorist group Hamas.


Hebrew Academy in Montreal celebrates 50th anniversary

Hebrew Academy parents, alumni, faculty and staff will celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary on June 21, at a gala dinner at Congregation Shaar Hashomayim in Westmount, Que.


Living Jewish


Play set in the 1930s feels relevant today

Award-winning actress Sarah Orenstein brings her four decades of stage performance to the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company’s production of Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs, running from May 22 to June 10 in Toronto.

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