|Retiring educator Stern 'took school to new heights'TORONTO — After 18 years at the helm of Thornhill’s Netivot Hatorah Day School, Reuven Stern has announced that he’s retiring....read more...|
|New group aims to solve day school tuition problemTORONTO — Huddled around a small, round table at a Thornhill coffee shop, four members of the newly formed Grassroots for Affordable Jewish...read more...|
|Zareinu downsizes its annual MoveathonTORONTO — A prominent local Jewish organization that helps kids with disabilities is downsizing its signature annual fundraiser in response to...read more...|
|U.S. kosher supermarket chain takes over HartmansTORONTO — The retail kosher food industry in Toronto is about to experience a shakeup. Savours Kosher Market ULC, a U.S.-based corporation that...read more...|
|Don’t dilute anti-Semitism, Canadian minister tells forumCanada’s minister of state for multiculturalism believes grouping anti-Semitism with other forms of racism and hate crime waters it down....read more...|
|Day schools coy on new Ontario sex ed curriculumTORONTO — Toronto Jewish day schools are mostly tight-lipped when it comes to discussing Ontario’s proposed sex education...read more...|
Krav Maga is more than a self-defence system
Krav maga translates from the Hebrew as “contact fighting,” more or less, but at its heart, the Israeli combat system tries...read more...
CFL star lineman apologizes for offensive Shoah tweets
MONTREAL — After reaching out to B’nai Brith Canada, which brought the matter to light earlier this week,...read more...
Montreal Canadiens still have a prayer thanks to Chabad rabbi
MONTREAL — Rabbi Yisroel Bernath, director of Chabad NDG in Montreal, “reluctantly” kept his word and donned a...read more...
NHL old-timers help raise funds for Baycrest
TORONTO — They don’t quite move the way they used to and they’re certainly not as svelte as they once were, but...read more...