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Gavriel Levy: ‘Sar’s liver could shut down any day, G-d forbid’

Gavriel Levy: ‘Sar’s liver could shut down any day, G-d forbid’

It’s been said that twins share a mysterious bond. That powerful connection was obvious when speaking to Gavriel Levy about his fraternal twin Sar, now in desperate...

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RCMP pulls support of United Against Terrorism handbook – after launch

RCMP pulls support of United Against Terrorism handbook – after launch

The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) and the RCMP launched a new handbook, United Against Terrorism – A Collaborative Effort Towards a Secure, Inclusive,...

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Many angered by Excalibur’s continued disproportionate targeting of Israel

Many angered by Excalibur’s continued disproportionate targeting of Israel

York University students in Toronto and others are upset because they feel that week after week, student newspaper Excalibur promotes the Boycott, Divestment and...

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B’nai Brith’s city council town hall meeting welcomed

B’nai Brith’s city council town hall meeting welcomed

B’nai Brith in Winnipeg held a community town hall meeting for the Jewish community with city council candidates for Tuxedo-Charleswood-Whyte Ridge and River...

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U of W grad packing her bags for Oxford

U of W grad packing her bags for Oxford

It seems fitting that the city in which the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) was established is also leading in developing and nurturing human rights advocates...

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