The Hebrew term “Tikun Olam” means “to repair the world” and in today’s context it encompasses the idea of fixing what is broken in society.
Autumn discomfits us. It is really two seasons in one.
The Montreal Museum of Fine arts presents Colours of Jazz, till January 31, 2016, featuring works by the Beaver Hall Group.
As the baby boom generation moves into life’s third stage, B’nai Brith is preparing for a spike in demand for affordable housing with plans for a second senior residence.
Elaine Kalman Naves’ novel is an exposition of a certain Jewish community, the Reconstructionists, a branch of Judaism that takes a less traveled path to Judaism.
Since 1996, Le Nichoir, Canada’s largest bird conservation and rehabilitation centre, has been providing care to injured and orphaned birds before releasing them into their natural environment.
“Those sites where nothing is on the surface are the most powerful. You don’t see the ashes and bones you are walking on, unless you pick up some earth and see bone fragments in your hand.”