|OBITUARY Philanthropist possessed charm and charismaTORONTO — Malka Green, a woman who touched countless people through her passion for philanthropy, Jewish community leadership and the arts, as...read more...|
|B’nai Brith puts dementia residence up for saleTORONTO — B’nai Brith Canada’s financial difficulties continue to mount. Only a short time after the fraternal organization put its...read more...|
|Jews and Muslims commit to get to know each otherMONTREAL — Representatives of the Montreal Jewish and Muslim communities have agreed to co-operate in areas of common concern and to encourage...read more...|
|Column on First Nations draws fire in ManitobaWINNIPEG — Bernie Bellan, the editor and publisher of Winnipeg’s Jewish Post & News, is standing behind a columnist who used...read more...|
|Kosher chicken production in Ontario still on holdTORONTO — It looks as though consumers of kosher chickens will have to wait a bit longer for a made-in-Ontario option. Chicken Farmers of...read more...|
|ANALYSIS: Tough act to follow for Winnipeg federation CEOIt comes as no surprise to some that Adam Bronstone lasted less than a year as the new CEO of the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg. Was he the right...read more...|
Runner counting on home field advantage at Pan Am Games
When Sasha Gollish crossed the finish line in a 1,500-metre race in Portland, Ore., last month, she knew she had a good chance of...read more...
Twin sisters in rhythm for Pan Am Games
When Anjelika Reznik made her debut on the international stage four years ago, someone near and dear to her heart was missing.
Adam Braz ou la passion du Soccer
Adam Braz garde d’excellents souvenirs des années qu’il a passées à l’École Herzliah...read more...
Toronto native signs two-way contract with Leafs
TORONTO — When Zach Hyman isn’t busy playing hockey, practising hockey or training for hockey, he’s busy...read more...