Trudeau’s Conservative Rival Promises Moving Canadian Embassy to Jerusalem

Canada’s next federal election will take place in October 2025, so this check can’t be cashed for about three years.

Jerusalem Bombing Victim Aryeh Shechopek, 16, Laid to Rest

“A year ago, I eulogized a member of Aryeh’s class; I didn’t think I would be eulogizing another student from the same class."

16-Year-Old Boy Murdered in Jerusalem Terror Attack

The boy, who has Canadian citizenship, was on his way to yeshiva when the bomb blew up at the bus stop.

Christian Dutch Woman Whose Parents Saved Jews Ascends the Temple Mount

She remembers how during WW2 her parents hid 22 Jews (as well as a few non-Jews).

Canada Bans All Commercial Imports of Lulavim

"Lulavs are for personal use only and must accompany the traveler at the time of entry into Canada. Commercial imports are not permitted,” the government website states.

Ben Shapiro to Interview Jordan Peterson in Jerusalem on Oct. 6

A clinical psychologist and professor emeritus at University of Toronto, Peterson is the author of the book "12 Rules for Life."

Uniformed Canadian Soldiers, PA Police and Anarchists Active in Area C Conflict Zones

Uniformed officers of the Canadian Armed Forces were spotted on a visit of support to Palestinian Arabs near the Maon Farm in the south Hebron area.

Canadian Government Suspends Funding to Diversity Group after Antisemitic History Exposed

Senior consultant to the Community Media Advocacy Centre Laith Marouf has a history of hate-filled social-media posts, including: “I have a motto: Life is too short for shoes with laces or for entertaining Jewish white supremacists with anything but a bullet to the head.”

Canada: Jewish Man Viciously Attacked by Former Employee

The victim was taken to a hospital and is listed in stable condition.

Antisemitic Hate Rising in Canada

There were 331 hate crimes against Jews reported in 2020; just one year later that figure rose to 487 incidents.

Hatzalah Training Next Generation of US & Canadian Lifesavers

"We went through a vigorous course in United Hatzalah in a short amount of time and now we are ready to give back to our homeland.”

Canada Doesn’t Deny Its Army Violated Israeli Controlled Area C

Next, we’re going to ask the State Dept. for a response on the Canadian can that was kicked down the street to their offices.

Exposé: Canadian Army Helping PA Take Over Israel’s Section of Judea & Samaria

The land where the meeting took place is a state land designated for agriculture and belonging to the nearby settlement of Maon.

El Al Airlines to End Flights from Toronto to Tel Aviv

If El Al goes ahead with its plans, Canadians who want to travel to Israel will have to use Air Canada or fly out of the United States.

Arab Source: Canada’s Special Envoy on Holocaust and Antisemitism Canceled Ariel U. Speech

“The circumstances surrounding the event and its cancellation are still not clear."

Canadian Asper Foundation, TAU, Launch Innovative Clean Water Project

At least 2 billion people around the world use water from contaminated sources.

Vancouver Police Add ‘Kipah’-Wearing to Department Employment Guidelines

It had no official guidance, even though the department’s “uniform regulations allow candidates who wear the Sikh turban and the Muslim hijab to be hired as police officers.”

Eating Strawberries? Read This First

The strawberries in question were sold at Aldi, HEB, Kroger, Safeway, Sprouts Farmers Market, Trader Joe’s, Walmart, Weis Markets and WinCo Foods, the FDA said.

Toronto Police: Jewish Community Most Victimized by Hate Crimes

Reported incidents included several cases of assault and vandalism.

North Americans Boycotting Russian Liquor in Growing Protest

Russian liquor was removed from nearly 700 stores across the province of Ontario alone. Manitoba, New Brunswick, British Columbia and Newfoundland followed suit.

Toronto Schools Confront Wave of Antisemitism

At Valley Park Middle School, a student in an 8th-grade class shouted “Heil Hitler” from his desk as two other students stood on a filing cabinet and performed a Nazi salute.

Israel Adds US, Canada to List of Countries Banned for Travel

“The time that we bought is running out. Omicron is already in the country, from the Knesset to kindergartens, and it is spreading fast,” says Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.

Antisemitic Neighbor Damages Chabad Center in Montreal

The shul has been using the land to build a sukkah since 1963. Mohammed Farag, their neighbor, bought his house adjacent to the land in 2016.

Toronto School Board Votes Not to Censure Trustee who Brought Attention to Antisemitism

Michael Levitt, president and CEO of the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center, said members understood “that censure would set a chilling precedent and impact trustees’ abilities to stand up to hate and discrimination.”

Toronto School Officials Censure Trustee Who Sounded Alarm on Anti-Semitic Materials

Noah Shack, vice president at the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, urged the Toronto District School Board to take “immediate, meaningful and reparative action to fix the rot of anti-Semitism, particularly with its Human Rights Office.”

University of Toronto Amends Anti-Semitic BDS Motion, Makes Exception for Pro-Israel Kosher Caterers

The student union at a branch of the University of Toronto said it will modify a ban on kosher food that is part of a resolution endorsing the BDS movement against Israel.

Canadian University Postpones Event with PFLP Terrorist Amid Outcry from Jewish Groups

The Dec. 2 program included a talk by a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a designated terror group in both Canada and the United States.

BDS Measure Bans ‘Pro-Israel’ Kosher Caterers at Toronto University

“I think it is an embarrassment to society,” said Rabbi Nechemia Deitsch, director of Chabad of Midtown in Toronto, which services the student population. “The fact that there is this hatred in the air is due completely to a lack of education.”

Student Union In Toronto Bans Pro-Israel Kosher Food Vendors

“A requirement that providers of food as a religious accommodation be required to apply for an exemption, or even be asked about their views about issues elsewhere in the world is unacceptable,” said Gertler’s statement.

Enrollment in American Jewish Day Schools Continues to See Increase as Pandemic Lingers

The increase is across denominational lines. This is also the first time since 2008 that there a “net enrollment increase” in non-Orthodox schools.


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