February 23, 2019 - 18 Adar I 5779


Vancouver school goes to court over anonymous email

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has forced Shaw Communications to hand over information about one of its customers, after a complaint was filed about an anonymous email that levelled numerous allegations against the Vancouver Talmud Torah day school.

Speaker helps community deal with grief

On Feb. 21, Norman Blumenthal – the director of trauma, bereavement and crisis at OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services in New York – gave a talk at Bnei Akiva Yeshivat Or Chaim in Toronto about coping with grief, in the wake of many unexpected deaths in the community. Here are some of the speech highlights and reactions.

The Shabbat Table – Edible gifts for Purim

In this week's edition of The Shabbat Table, Norene Gilletz provides recipes for delicious edible gifts that you can either use for mishloach manot or as ideal additions to your Shabbat menu.


Remains of hundreds of bodies discovered at former Jewish ghetto of...

A mass grave containing bones from hundreds of bodies was discovered during construction atop what used to be the ghetto of Brest, in present-day Belarus.


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In Alaska, a Jewish museum survives against the odds

In his latest travel column, Michael Fraiman visits the Alaska Jewish Museum in Anchorage.

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