The sports journalist covered the Montreal Canadiens for 58 years.
A poem written about two streams coming together inspires a musical that seeks to bridge the divide between Israelis and Iranians.
Appearing before a Knesset committee with ITIM, Rabbi Adam Scheier calls his blacklisting by the Chief Rabbinate an ‘irresponsible’ act that has diminished h...
Why some observant Jews still hide their identities in the workplace.
Governor General Julie Payette announced 125 new appointments to the order, including four companions, 35 officers and 86 members.
Gerald Tulchinsky, a much-loved professor and prolific author who chronicled Canada’s Jewish history, died at his home on Wednesday.
The Jewish community in Toronto, and across Canada, were shocked to learn this past Friday about the tragic deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman.
On Dec. 15, the world was shocked by news business and philanthropic powerhouses Barry and wife Honey Sherman were found dead in their north Toronto home.
General Gordon Elementary has come under fire for hanging Christmas ornaments and barring Chanukah decorations.
The university's rector is proud that UdeM never had a quota for Jews.
Canadians either love him or hate him, and the Jewish community is no different.
Jewish antifa members discuss how the movement views Israel and the Jews.
Ziv Nevo Kulman, Israel’s consul general for Quebec and the Atlantic provinces, will be leaving Canada at the end of November.
Fourteen-year-old Hannah Alper's book revolves around the idea that “one person, one action, one moment can make a difference.”
Lawmakers have heeded the advice of faith groups and will likely keep the provisions of the Criminal Code that outlaw the disruption of religious services.
Rabbi Poupko said Trudeau spoke to the rabbis about the rising tide of intolerance and anti-Semitism.