Unlike in the U.S., the Reform movement has always played second fiddle to the Conservative stream. But things are changing.
After an election that saw Israel become a wedge issue, Jewish voters are waiting to see if the new Liberal government will cool Canada's support for the Jewish state.
Orthodox feminists say new agreement leaves them in the lurch: unable to pray at new egalitarian space, and facing greater restrictions in traditional women’s area.
JSpace, now recognized as a non-profit, aims to provide an alternative for liberal Canadian Jews increasingly sandwiched between the pro-Israel right and the anti-Zionist left.
Former Israeli politician and longtime activist honored by The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East, an organization that works to promote interfaith relations in the region.
After years of negotiations, non-Orthodox movements will be allowed to hold mixed prayer services for women and men at the Jewish holy site.
Center for Women's Justice to reject outcome of impending government vote if women are not allowed to pray out loud.
Rediscovered trove of Yiddish songs written during the war by Jews in the Soviet Union gets a new life thanks to Canadian scholars and musicians.
Nominated for best short documentary, 'Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah' explores the making of 'Shoah' and the mark it left on its author.
After three years of negotiations, government tentatively scheduled to vote Sunday on plan to create area where men and women from Reform, Conservative denominations could hold services.