For the first time in millennia.
Canada catches on.
“Because it’s 2015,” says Justin Trudeau.
Although the most recent acts of terror in Canada came as a surprise to most, they are not unprecedented: a large-scale attack was foiled in. . .
Max Stern, a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany, established himself as a successful art dealer in Montreal and went on to revolutionize the Canadian art. . .
A mysterious request leads the Canadian-raised son of a Holocaust survivor back to the old country.
“Either we stand up for the existence of a free, democratic, and distinctively Jewish state,” Canada’s prime minister told the Knesset this week, “or the. . .
The appointment of Vivian Bercovici, an avowed Zionist, as Canada’s new ambassador to Israel underscores Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s stalwart support for the Jewish state.
In Canada’s 2011 elections, Jewish Canadians deserted the center-left Liberal party in favor of Stephen Harper’s pro-Israel Conservative party. Could a similar shift occur in the. . .