November 14, 2018 - 6 Kislev 5779


1,000 Jewish women participate in mega challah bake in Montreal

About 1,000 women, who reflected the diversity of Montreal’s Jewish community, threw on aprons, rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty at the fourth annual MTL Challah Bake.

Author Yossi Klein Halevi to speak on Israeli relations in Toronto

Yossi Klein Halevi has been asked to consider the rather broadly worded topic that he’s coming to Toronto to discuss: “The future of a relationship.”



Fires racing through southern California damage Jewish institutions

The fires racing through southern California have led to the evacuation of more than 260,000 people, burned over 83,000 acres and destroyed more than 170 homes, as well as damaged several Jewish institutions.


Royal Bank invests $2 million in Negev high-tech hub

The Royal Bank of Canada is investing $2 million in a high-tech industrial park that’s under development in Israel’s Negev Desert.


Israeli doctor comes to Canada to discuss disaster relief

A disaster is any event that exceeds a local community’s ability to meet the demand for medical attention, and Israeli doctor Elhanan Bar-On is often one of the people who comes to help meet that demand.

Planned autism network receives federal cash infusion

The Miriam Foundation and the Pacific Autism Family Network have received more than $10 million from the federal government to develop a national information service on autism.

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