“Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song,” explains Leonard Cohen’s life through his most famous work.
With its layered contradictions, the song reveals Cohen’s work as a Jew to comprehend a holy, broken world.
“I appeared on a Grammy Award-winning song sounding like a synagogue choir and me sounding like a cantor and not selling out to pop culture.”
Police were investigating the attack as a possible hate crime but face the challenge of finding out when the incident actually happened.
Jewish Canadians streaming from Florida to outrun the coronavirus unwittingly helped stoke one of the highest virus-positive rates in Quebec.
Much of the incident outiside of a local condo was captured on a security camera.
Gefilte fish tacos, anyone?
“I have a zillion disagreements with ultra-Orthodox, but they were welcoming.”
Jews have had a hand in nearly every aspect of civic, social, cultural and business life in Canada’s second-largest city.
A group of Montreal women is using square yellow badges to protest the presence of private Jewish school buses in their neighborhood.