March 22, 2018 - 6 Nissan 5778

Books & Authors

Truth and justice were lifelong pursuits for authors

Beate and Serge Klarsfeld married on Nov. 7, 1963. The union of these two exceptionally resolute and determined individuals created a cyclonic force for justice of unstoppable potency. 

Arts & Entertainment


Illustrator showcases his talent at Toronto Comicon

First illustrating panels for hero Conan the Barbarian, Leo Leibelman was in Toronto last week for the annual Comicon at the MTCC.

Steppin’ Out celebrates 10 years of homegrown musical theatre

Brian Lee returns home to produce the 10th anniversary of the not-for-profit theatre company he founded.

Andrew Burashko; a concert of sound and colour

Andrew Burashko is disappointed that many people under the age of 30 have not given classical music a chance. That’s why his concerts are designed to stimulate the senses, minds and imaginations of music lovers of all ages.

This is the story from the terrorists’ perspective’: Entebbe commando critical...

The first commando to hit the ground during Israel’s audacious hostage rescue in Entebbe, Uganda, in 1976 says the new movie about the operation comes close to depicting its lightning speed, but misrepresents Israelis as brutal thieves of Palestinian land.


The vibrant Jewish community of Curitiba, Brazil

Although Curitiba has a very small Jewish community – it’s a very vibrant one. There are two synagogues, three Jewish cemeteries and it is home to the only Holocaust museum in the country.

A walk through Buenos Aires’ tough Jewish history

In 1813, a few years after Argentina began its war for independence from Spain, the president abolished the Inquisition and enforced policies that encouraged immigration.


Jerusalem’s ‘Sports Rabbi’ wins trip to Montreal to see Canadiens game

Josh Halickman, a Montreal native who made aliyah in 2004, was the winner of the Bring Home the Biggest Fan contest, which was run by the Canadiens and Air Canada.

Purim: Joos seeking more inclusive Olympic sports

Following a dearth of Jewish talent at the latest Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the Jewish Olympic Organization for Sport (JOOS) is advocating for more Yid-friendly athletic disciplines.

Red Fisher remembered as a legend of sports journalism

The sports journalist covered the Montreal Canadiens for 58 years.

Toronto synagogue scores with Grey Cup visit

The cup was brought into the Yeshivat Or Chaim shul in Toronto, shortly after morning services ended.

The Jewish connection to the NHL’s prestigious Hart Trophy

Presented each year to the player judged most valuable to his team, the Hart Memorial Trophy is the NHL’s oldest and perhaps most storied individual award.

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