Quebec

‘Jewish’ Group Issues Statement In Support of Igor ‘Punch a Zionist’ Sadikov

There’s a good chance that you’ve heard by now about Igor ‘Punch a Zionist’ Sadikov, the McGill student leader who encouraged and incited violence against supporters of Israel on Twitter. It is my opinion that Sadikov’s tweet epitomizes a bizarre “human rights” movement, the supporters of which seem to believe in the phrase, “Free speech for me, …

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The McGill ‘Punch A Zionist’ Student Must Be Expelled

Montreal is a city rich with post-secondary educational institutions, with one such venerable university, McGill, considered the most “Ivy League” of them all. But McGill has recently had its share of problems, particularly concerning members of its Jewish community. For example, precisely one year ago, some 60 per cent of McGill students who voted supporting …

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Montreal Theatre Company Hopes to Contribute to Peace in Israel

MONTREAL – With a mission to develop, produce and broker new Quebec theatre to ever-widening audiences, the team at Infinithéâtre is committed to staging theatre that is as entertaining as it is relevant. Enter Oren Safdie, whose new play Mr. Goldberg Goes to Tel Aviv makes its world premiere on Jan. 30, 2017 at the St. James Theatre …

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B’nai Brith Continues a Hanukkah Candle Lighting Tradition

Quebec Confidential For the past 40 years and counting, B’nai Brith Canada has organized Hanukkah Candle Lighting ceremonies at the Jewish General Hospital (JGH) in Montreal. This began with – and still remains – a proud community volunteer service project of B’nai Brith’s Maple Leaf Lodge. To this day, organizers of the event still invite …

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B’nai Brith Canada Gives the Ladies of Chez Doris a Boost

Quebec Confidential Founded in 1977, Chez Doris is a day shelter for vulnerable women living in Montreal, offering a safe environment for up to 100 women every day. The shelter is open seven days a week and provides women with various essentials such as breakfast and lunch, access to showers, hygienic products, emergency food bags, respite beds, custodial …

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