L to R at the Miriam Centre in Montreal: Marisa Mastrocola (Manager for Adult Clinical Services), Barbara Richardson (Educator), Leanne Fiddler (Educator), Joanne Cutler, (Chairman of Community Services, B’nai Brith Quebec), Daniel Amar, (Coordinator), Harvey Levine, (Executive Director, B’nai Brith Quebec), Sean Stirrup (Educator).
By Joanne Cutler
Chair of Community Services
B’nai Brith Canada - Quebec Region
Throughout its history, B'nai Brith has been a formidable institution of charity in Canada. We at B'nai Brith Canada feel it's our duty to support the most vulnerable members of our community as it makes a genuinely positive impact on the world – a pivotal pillar in our mandate. And in the Quebec region, we take particular pride in providing assistance to those in need.Read more
As a city councillor in the mostly-Jewish Montreal municipality of Côte Saint-Luc, one of my portfolios is naming rights.Read more
Montreal’s Jewish community is about to mark its first Rosh Hashanah in many years minus the presence of three extraordinary spiritual leaders: Rabbis Sidney Shoham, Ron Aigen and Chaim Steinmetz.Read more
Attendees dance at the Volunteer Night in Montreal on July 20, 2016
Les participants dansent à la Soirée des bénévoles à Montréal le 20 juillet 2016
The Residence B'nai Brith House in Montreal celebrated its 10th anniversary on July 20, 2016 by honouring the many volunteers who help each day with serving food to the residents, assisting with activities and field trips and packing food baskets.Read more
Image illustrating the details of the exterior of Chateau B'nai Brith
By Tevy Pilc
B'nai Brith Canada
As B’nai Brith Canada prepares for construction to begin this September on Chateau B’nai Brith, a 129-unit subsidized seniors’ residence to be located in Cote-Saint-Luc, it is thrilled to announce that its immediate past-president, Eric Bissell, and his family, are donating $1-million to the project.
B'nai Brith Canada is extremely grateful to the Bissells.Read more
It is with immense sadness that B'nai Brith Canada mourns the passing of Gerry Weinstein, who served as National President of B'nai Brith Canada from 2005-2008. Weinstein was 80 and died peacefully Monday, May 23, 2016 in Montreal.Read more