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It’s time for that holiday once againWell, it is almost time for that holiday – you know, fat man in a red suit (not the mayor of Toronto), shop till you drop, deck the halls and...read more...
Pushing the door on tuition wide openBetween the time of my writing my last article on making Jewish high school free and its appearance in the paper, I was thrilled to see the...read more...
Smaller shuls offer room for growthTo build a full Jewish life for you and your family, it is time to become part of a small Jewish community. This Shabbat at Congregation Or Shalom in...read more...
Interfaith challengesDear Ella, My daughter married a man who isn’t Jewish, and this is the first year that I’m invited to their house for a holiday/Christmas...read more...
For boycotters, the ‘occupation’ began in 1948For those who believe that the anti-Israel boycotts and other forms of political warfare will end if an agreement is reached with the Palestinians,...read more...
Avoiding shivah-liteTwo months ago, I used this space to comment on the recent trend of family speeches at funerals. Another development in the past few years has been...read more...
Rob Ford and the lessons we teach our kidsIt’s difficult to understand the motivations behind the lessons we teach our children. When I was little, I was told by parents and teachers...read more...
A woman for the agesAnother Chanukah is ending and we’ve had a chance to light our candles, fry our food and sing of miracles and victories. When we teach our...read more...
Parental perfection One of the joys of being a parent is that for a short time, you epitomize perfection in your children’s eyes. As you scurry around trying...read more...
A coalition of conscience must denounce Quebec charterIn politics as in engineering, subtleties count. Just as you can’t make a workable machine based on approximate measurements, because nothing...read more...

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