September 20, 2018 - 11 Tishrei 5779

Living Jewish

Gusti Yehoshua-Braverman: Building bridges to the Diaspora

Paul Lungen interviews Gusti Yehoshua-Braverman, the head of the World Zionist Organization’s Department for Diaspora Activities.

Inside the heartbreak and hope of people experiencing reproductive challenges

With infertility on the rise, professionals and couples share their heartbreaking and traumatic experiences.

The woman bringing a touch of Israel to Atlantic Canada

Joel Jacobson profiles Moldovan-born, Israeli-raised Lucy Kleinerman, who's been working tirelessly with the Atlantic Jewish Council.

Camp let kids come out of the closet

Machane Lev, Canadian Young Judaea’s inaugural Jewish overnight summer camp for LGTBQ youth, was a resounding success this past summer. Exceeding their goal of 20 campers, Machane Lev anticipates having upwards of 50 campers next summer. And, starting in October, Machane Lev will introduce a monthly education and social program.


Trailblazer was New Brunswick’s first oncologist

Dr. Sheldon Rubin, a trailblazing doctor who became New Brunswick’s first oncologist, died on Aug. 13, at the age of 75.


A synagogue and cemetery high above sea level

In her latest column, travel writer Sandy Bornstein explores the Jewish synagogues and cemetery in Leadville, Colorado.

A wee bit of Scottish Jewry


Differences – accept, respect, own and educate

My reaction was shock. I didn’t say anything. Instead, I made a hasty excuse and cut the date short. I don’t know why I did that!

Shabbat Times




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