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TORONTO — The Jewish-Muslim dialogue in Toronto is gathering steam. Last week, some 65 people gathered at a Toronto library to discuss ways of improving relations between the two groups. At the same time, around 10 Pakistani journalists...
TORONTO — Toronto’s Forest Hill, typically bucolic and stately, is also a place of hustle-bustle, moms and strollers, dogs with attitude, parks and great coffee. A floor above a coffee shop on Spadina Road, operating for almost 12 years...
Signalling a new stage of diplomatic action against Iran, Canada suspended all diplomatic ties with the Islamic Republic last week. A Sept. 7 statement by Foreign Minister John Baird said Ottawa had closed its embassy in Iran and declared “...
MONTREAL — High school student Liora Bitton never thought of herself as a leader, was not active in community life and had not been to Israel. Today, the École Maïmonide student has an entirely different image of herself after...
MONTREAL — The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) is trying to allay concern about the election of a Parti Québécois (PQ) minority government headed by Pauline Marois with the reminder that the Jewish community has...
TORONTO — Canada will work with the international community to ensure Iran does not acquire a nuclear arsenal, Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird pledged. “We’re deeply concerned about Iran’s nuclear program,” he told...


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