With help from a popular Arab columnist and Martha Wainwright, Hasidic prayer knits together a neighborhood
A memoir of one of North America’s first and most enduring day schools, and where those kids ended up
A conversation with Ariel Helwani, a Montreal Jew of Mizrahi extraction whose climb to the top of mixed martial arts journalism just landed him a new show on ESPN
A new bill in Quebec prohibiting some public displays of religious symbols would bar observant Jews from serving in courts and classrooms
Teaching I.L. Peretz’s story ‘Miracles on the Sea’ to children who are sentenced to die
Rokhl’s Golden City: Montreal’s shape-shifting klezmer genius Socalled transmigrates into a new album—and gay porn
When Jewish immigrants came to Canada a century ago, they weren’t always welcomed with open arms
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‘Second Helpings, Please!’ has been teaching Canadian Jews how to cook—and raising money for charity—for nearly 50 years
You got to fight for your right to violate the Fourth Commandment
Jewish bakers are rethinking everything they thought they knew about rye bread. And baguettes. And croissants. And scones.
My boyfriend’s proper English grandmother was nothing like the fast-walking, loud-talking grandmother I’d grown up with—or was she?
The Wandering Chew’s pop-up dinners showcase a diverse world of Jewish cooking, from Iraqi kubbeh to Mexican gefilte fish
Kitra Cahana’s photographic art and why it was a good match for S.Y. Agnon
Karl Stern, Canadian psychiatrist and writer, was in his day a famous Catholic convert. Why has he been forgotten?
Monday’s election delivered a resounding defeat to the Parti Québécois
Rather than follow previous generations to Ontario, Montreal’s young Jews are saying ‘non’ to the Parti Québécois
The Montreal face-off between Yaacov Herzog and Arnold Toynbee offers ways of discussing the Jewish state that still feel fresh