Myron Love interviews Arthur Ross about his new book, Communal Solidarity: Immigration, Settlement, and Social Welfare in Winnipeg’s Jewish Community, 1882-1930, which focuses on a little- known period in Winnipeg’s Jewish history.
Sybil Kaplan examines the origins of masquerading on Purim.
Heather Solomon looks at the history behind the new play Daughters of Mile End, which will open in Montreal on April 3.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told The CJN in an exclusive interview that the program will continue to look at how to expand, including the possibility of funding emergency training.
Need a laugh this Purim? Read this hilarious horoscope column by local standup comedian Miss Tzimmes.