CIJA is urging the university administrators to make continued funding for the paper contingent upon its “full compliance with journalistic ethics.”
Kay discusses five thought provoking ideas on the Jewish state, the people in Israel and the Diaspora.
Shinewald discusses the importance of making amends through the story of Elkasrawy.
Once defeated by the powerful and therefore no longer embattled Israelis, the Arabs became the objects of pity, and were assigned the part of victim.
Tara Fainstein, who’s served as the chief operating officer (COO) of The CJN for the past three years, is leaving the paper to pursue a new career in the charitable sector.
Professional models, community members and children showcased top Canadian designs at the Fontana Primavera Event Centre in Vaughan, Ont., on Nov. 14.