CJN managing editor Joe Serge reviews Guy Gavriel Kay's latest tome.
Ruth Schweitzer interviews musician Daniel Kahn about his klezmer band, Kahn and the Painted Bird.
Need a laugh? Here are some funny and very Jewish horoscopes for May.
Michael Fraiman looks at the Sawuti Children's Choir ahead of their Canadian tour.
A labour dispute is threatening the much-heralded return of Shtisel, the Israeli show about haredi Jews that became a surprise hit on Netflix.
Rena Godfrey writes about her and her husband's journey to discover more about her mother in-law, a Holocaust survivor.
Roberto Stopnicki writes about his recent travels to La Paz, Bolivia, a place where he has extensive family history.
Contrary to the stereotype about Jews being a bookish lot, there have been plenty of elite Jewish athletes, including many produced right here in Canada. In this week's cover story, Paul Lungen highlights some of the best stars on ice, in court, and on track.
Paul Lungen looks at the life and career of CFL player Gerry Sternberg.
Whether it’s on the track, in a ring, on a tennis court or on a baseball diamond, Jews have competed against the best of the best. In this article, Paul Lungen lists the athletes that have been at the top of their sport.
In the latest podcast episode of the Menschwarmers, Gabe and Jamie are joined by baseball journalist Jonathan Mayo to discuss the documentary, Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel.
Why are Tottenham Hotspur fans known as the Yid Army?