Annamie Paul, running for the leadership of the Green Party in Canada’s upcoming race, will break records if she scores a victory
Sarah Hegazy, 30, was found dead in her apartment in Toronto where she had been living in exile for about 18 months and struggling with depression
Meanwhile, Fatah leadership calls on Palestinians to 'prepare' for annexation, but a senior official tells Haaretz its response would not be 'irreversible'
Authorities said the assailant, who disguised himself in a police uniform, may have targeted his first victims but then began attacking at random
The oldest of its kind, The Canadian Jewish News was the only remaining Jewish newspaper in Canada, according to the former CEO of the Canadian Jewish Congress
Synagogue says man tested positive after attending last week's AIPAC conference in Washington – the fifth known case of a conference attendee being infected
Syrian Muslim Donates Tree in Israel for Italian Boy Whose Bar Mitzvah Was Canceled Over Coronavirus
'This is what I know how to do,' says Aboud Dandachi, who fled Syria in 2013 and is an outspoken supporter of Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
The couple is not suing for money but demanding Quebec provide more oversight over educational curricula in private religious schools
Canadian lawyers are seeking class action status in a lawsuit on behalf of victims aboard the plane shot down by Iran, looking for at least $1.1 billion
Michal Cotler-Wunsh, who spent her formative years in Montreal, is cautiously optimistic about being one of the few Canadians ever to be elected to the Knesset
Canada still needs to approve the trade deal before it can take effect and replace the 26-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement reviled by Trump
Jordyn Wright, a member of the Student Society's legislative council and board of directors, refuses to step down over what she says are moves to 'single her out'
University of Toronto's student union, which supports BDS, previously said the board wouldn't back the campaign to bring kosher food to campus since it is 'pro-Israel'
Jewish student says that Graduate Student Union told him supporting a campaign to make kosher food available on campus would go against the 'will of the membership'
For nearly a year, Israelis have been facing butter shortages. Now Israelis are up in arms after a Facebook user posted a photo of Tnuva butter prices in Canada
Despite a series of scandals including photos of Trudeau in blackface and brownface surfacing, the Liberals win 156 seats, just 14 short of a majority
These groups are not about to sweep to victory just yet, but the official registration of one fringe party has emboldened others and allowed them to inject alarming rhetoric into public debate
There are tens of thousands of Palestinian refugees and their descendants in Lebanon
Expanded trade deal also allows Israeli industry freer access to the Canadian market
The navies of nine other countries participated in the drill, on the understanding that Israel would need to bring relief assistance in by sea
Worshipers will pray for 'reconciliation with the Jews' instead
Canada's national elections coincide with the last days of Sukkot, causing backlash from observant Canadian Jews
Despite an overall decrease in the number of hate crimes, Jew hatred still an 'urgent concern,' community leaders say
The TSX has made itself tech-friendly and counts seven Israeli IPOs since 2013
The company will sell shares in Toronto expected to value it at around $1 billion
Moshe Sharett’s tenure in the ‘50s was racked by clashes with David Ben-Gurion’s allies, who pushed for an aggressive defense policy. It’s all in Sharett’s diary, now out in English
When the Canadian superstar wanted in on their biz, the Israelis behind an alternative kids brand were underwhelmed. Now they have to deal with huge commercial success and being branded satanic
Both the mayor and the the local Jewish federation of the Canadian town oppose Linda Sarsour, who backs BDS, while Independent Jewish Voices-Winnipeg defended her invitation
A landmark survey shows Canadian Jews have a far stronger sense of religious and cultural identity than their U.S. Jewish neighbors. But it also shows that those most emotionally attached to Israel back its occupation