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It was a cold, crisp day, one of far too many that Blue Jay fans endured at “Excruciating Stadium” in the early years of the franchise, when winds off Lake Ontario made sitting though a game at the venerable Exhibition Stadium on the CNE...
In the early decades of the 20th century Jewish immigrants from eastern Europe established a vibrant community in the College and Spadina area of Toronto that supported about two dozen Orthodox congregations. Many moved north when the community...
In a reversal of current medical thinking, a new Israeli study says that all Jewish Ashkenazi women over 30 should be tested for the BRAC1 and BRAC2 mutations, even if they don’t have a family history of breast or ovarian cancer. “We...
Numbers suggest Montreal, with a large aging community, has been hardest hit    The poverty rate among Canadian Jews is increasing, according to the Jewish Federations of Canada – UIA’s 2011 National Household Survey,...
MONTREAL — The administration of public health and social service establishments with deep roots in Montreal’s Jewish community will be dramatically changed under legislation tabled in the Quebec National Assembly Sept. 25. Bill 10,...
TORONTO — The Kehilla Residential Programme will hold its fourth annual “Sukkahville” international design competition at Nathan Phillips Square in downtown Toronto Oct. 14 and 15 to draw attention to the issue of affordable...


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