“In Canada we have to recognize that there are things that aren’t acceptable, not because of foreign policy concerns, but because of Canadian values.”
Trudeau calls it a “shameful chapter” in Canada’s history.
A Canadian rabbi who participated in the planning of a Holocaust memorial monument whose plaque omitted reference to Jews apologized.
“All of the parties involved are deeply remorseful and we apologize unconditionally for the pain we have caused by this oversight.”
Trudeau’s plaque at the new National Holocaust Monument did not mention Jews or anti-Semitism—the second time Trudeau has overlooked Jewish victims.
Ivanka Trump accompanied Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau to a musical all about welcoming foreigners.
Finding a Jewish roommate at college can be a challenge, given that Jews make up only about 2 percent of the American population. A new free app hopes to make the matching process easier. Joomie (yep), launched over the weekend at the BBYO International Convention in Dallas, asks incoming first-year students questions about…
It’s a ‘cute’ photo, in the patronizing sense.
Do we credit Ivanka for the development, or the Women’s March?
While Trump doubles down on his proposed Muslim ban, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is welcoming Syrian refugees with open arms, Mira Sucharov writes.