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TORONTO — UJA Federation of Greater Toronto announced at its 2015 Campaign Launch that it has raised a record-breaking $31.9 million so far. At the annual launch, held Sept. 10 and headlined by former Tonight Show host Jay Leno and guest...
TORONTO — A few years ago, there was talk of building a Jewish museum on the site of the projected Sherman Campus on Bathurst Street north of Sheppard Avenue, recalled Issy Sharp. The idea of a Jewish museum appealed to Sharp and his wife,...
MONTREAL — The flood of new applications from North African Jews for Holocaust survivor benefits is straining the funds that a Montreal social service agency has available to allocate. The Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors (CJCS), which is...
A petition calling on the adjudicating committee of the Nobel Peace Prize to reject B’nai Brith Canada outgoing CEO Frank Dimant’s planned nomination of Prime Minister Stephen Harper for the honour says accepting the nomination “...
It wasn’t long after the release of the Pew Research Center survey of American Jews last fall that the death, or at least terminal illness, of Conservative Judaism was pronounced. There was some evidence to support the dire prognosis. The...
Parents of children in Jewish day schools – and likely many grandparents as well – will open their wallets wide this September to meet the tuition fees being charged. A survey of Jewish day schools in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg...


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