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Online classes up and running in Vancouver

As public and independent schools in British Columbia scramble to find a way to continue teaching in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Greater Vancouver’s five Jewish day schools are priding themselves on online classes that are already up, running and working out the kinks they experience along the way.

Q & A with Rena Nickerson: Explaining SodaStream’s appeal

Ron Csillag chats with Rena Nickerson, the general manager of SodaStream Canada.


Gantz says forming a unity government may take more time

Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz told Israel’s president in an update of his efforts to form an emergency unity government coalition that he may need to request an extension of his mandate, which is permitted by law.


UJA-Federation of New York providing more than $34 million in assistance...

The UJA-Federation of New York has made available more than $34 million in grants and loans to assist vulnerable New Yorkers most affected by the coronavirus pandemic, including organizations providing food relief and social service agencies.


‘The stock market cannot be a bank account’

Paul Lungen speaks with a portfolio manager and a senior financial planning adviser about the current state of the stock market.


The push to get healthier food choices into Montreal’s Hasidic community

In Montreal’s Hasidic community, awareness of health and nutrition has come a long way.

The genetic test that could save your life – and your...

Special to the CJN, Dr. Jory Simpson writes about why you should be tested for recurrent, or “founder,” mutations, which significantly increases one’s risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.

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