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  •  Rabbis need to live up to higher moral standard in their public and private lives
    Are rabbis abusing their power the new normal?
    A recent conversation with a president of a Montreal synagogue-centered around what their rabbi emeritus was doing to a member of the community. The president declared the rabbi's behavior it is not the synagogue's concern; the rabbi can...
  • Canadian long weekends
    Canadian long weekends
    This is a story about Canada and its myriad of long weekends, of which the current one is underway.Before we begin, let us note that some sharp-eyed members of our proof-reading staff have pointed out that Victoria Day is apparently "optional...
  • New day dawning for night bird population in Canada
    New day dawning for night bird population in Canada
    Thanks to the hard work of the Council of the Haida Nation, the Government of Canada and partners of the SGin Xaana Sdiihltl’lxa: Night Birds Returning project, seabird populations in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine...
  • Canada
    Proposed Canadian bill would criminalize speech critical of transgenders
    IfJody Wilson-Raybould, Canada'sMinister of Justice, has her way, speech critical of transgendered individuals could be punished by up to two years in prison, the Daily Caller reported Wednesday. On Tuesday,Wilson-Raybould introduced...
  • Discrimination within the Jewish community is an issue in Montreal
    Discrimination within the Jewish community a problem that needs to stop
    A recent human rights case in Montreal, Quebec's Jewish community shows that discrimination among Jews within the community is a problem that needs to be addressed especially with rising anti-Semitism. Fortunately, for the victim who was...
  • Canada’s plan for legal weed hits U. N. roadblock
    Canada’s plan for legal weed hits U. N. roadblock
    The Liberal Party that is presently in control of Canada’s government had planned to legalize marijuana for personal and medical use throughout the country by the spring of 2017. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was elected in part on...
  • Summer in style aboard the Rocky Mountaineer
    Summer in style aboard the Rocky Mountaineer
    Click, clack, click, clack, the beast of a luxury locomotive winds its way through the crisp, fresh air - passing majestic snow capped mountains – as you gaze out a domed window while sipping local wine and nibbling on fine cheese. Step...
  • US abandons efforts to ban trade of polar bear parts
    US abandons efforts to ban trade of polar bear parts
    The US Fish and Wildlife Service has raised the white flag, surrendering all efforts to organize an international ban in the trade of polar bear parts including teeth, paws and pelts, etc. from Canada, which permits the hunting of the Arctic...
  • Wildfires plaguing Alberta's Oil Industry
    Why America should care about wildfires devastating Canada's oil patch
    Most Americans probably don’t know that there is a very serious wildfire that has Canada’s center of oil production under siege.Let’s be real, most of you probably don’t even care.But you should care, as the fires that are...
  • Canadian online backup
    Why you need a Canadian online backup company
    It’s no secret that online data backup has become a necessity for businesses of any size. Backing up and storing company data is crucial for security in case of an internal server problem, virus, or data hack. Cloud storage offers a great...
  • Calgary Stampede to feature Fox Run Chardonnay
    Calgary Stampede to feature Fox Run Chardonnay
    Fox Run Vineyards will have a starring role north of the border come July. That's when its 2015 Doyle Family Unoaked Chardonnay will be the featured white wine at the premium venues of the famous Calgary Stampede, according to an announcement...
  • Alt Hotel Ottawa
    Alt Hotel Ottawa now open
    If you're heading to Canada's capital city and will be needing a hotel, here's some great news: Alt Hotels has opened its first property in Ottawa. The hotel is conveniently located on Slater Street, next to shops, museums, restaurants...
  • Canada see Fentanyl OD surge
    Canada sees Fentanyl OD surge: Picking their battles in OD state of emergency
    Canada is seeing a surge in Fentanyl OD deaths, so much so, that they have called a state of emergency as the death toll rises due to the OD cases involving this drug. Officials in Canada scramble in an attempt to address the rising OD deaths from...
  • Canada to grant residents right-to-die on their own
    Canada to grant residents right- to- die on their own
    Americans looking to take advantage of Canada’s a new assisted suicide bill will find that they had better stick to states such as Washington, Oregon, Vermont, New Mexico and Montana. According to the official language, only Canadian...
  • "Daystar Dance Company" 2016
    'Daystar' Rosalie Jones to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Santa Fe
    Rosalie M. Jones will be presented a "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) on Monday April 11, 2016 at Santa Fe, NM. It will be held on the campus of IAIA inside the CLE Commons building starting...
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