Federation CJA 360 - May 25, 2018
Hillel Neuer, Executive Director of UN Watch, to speak on June 7.

Shabbat Shalom! This week’s issue includes details about Hillel Neuer’s upcoming Montreal event, a letter from prominent British Muslims calling out anti-Semitism, the death of iconic novelist Philip Roth, and the Jewish flavour of Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding.

Shabbat Candlelight
May 25 | 8:11 PM

Hillel Neuer, Executive Director of UN Watch, to speak on June 7
Join the Maimonides Society to hear from the acclaimed human rights advocate!

Source: Federation CJA

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Our video tribute to iconic LOVE sculpture artist Robert Indiana, who died last weekend
We have one of only three Hebrew versions worldwide in the peace garden of our Federation CJA building!

Source: Federation CJA

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Philip Roth, enfant terrible turned peerless chronicler of American Jewish life, is dead at 85
His acclaimed (and controversial) novels include Portnoy’s Complaint, Operation Shylock and The Human Stain.

Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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Prominent British Muslims write letter opposing anti-Semitism: ‘The time has come to speak out’
The group took out a full-page advert in the Telegraph urging people to call out Jew-hatred.

Source: Times of Israel

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Sherbrooke, Quebec newspaper apologizes to community for letter
La Tribune says it never should have run letter to the editor that CIJA denounced as containing “vile anti-Semitic clichés.”

Source: Canadian Jewish News

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March of the Living was life-changing for Denis Coderre
The former Mayor says he returned more convinced than ever of the necessity of Holocaust education as a means of preventing other atrocities.

Source: Canadian Jewish News

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding has Jewish flavour
Everything you need to know about the Jewish connections to this modern-day fairy tale!

Source: The Jewish Chronicle

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DID YOU KNOW?

Source: Montreal Gazette
Image Source: Federation CJA

This Sunday, May 27, is Montreal Museums Day – with free admission to more than 30 local museums! Be sure to check out the McCord Museum’s fascinating exhibit, Shalom Montreal, that explores our community’s contributions to the city, and stop by the Montreal Holocaust Museum to see the permanent exhibit, tour the Jewish Public Library’s The Adventures of Lea Roback exhibit, and hear survivors’ testimonies. For more details, click here!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Grandparents & Me Live Musical Adventure Show! Featuring 3 princesses and 1 superhero
Cummings Centre West Island, PJ Library and Beth Tikvah
Time: Sunday, May 27 | 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Networking Lunch with Eric Rapps
Richter Jewish Chamber of Commerce
Time: Tuesday, May 29 | 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

MTL Couples: Beyond the Bagel Food Tour
GenMTL
Time: Sunday, June 3 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Event with Hillel Neuer, Executive Director of UN Watch
Maimonides Society
Time: Thursday, June 7 | 8:00 PM

MTL Couples: Cooking Class with Kat Romanow
GenMTL
Time: Thursday, June 21 | 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

CAREERS

Jewish Federations of Canada-UIA:

President and Chief Executive Officer


Federation CJA:

Community Engagement Associate (Young Families)

Community Planner

Federation CJA’s Summer Internships Are Back!

Marketing Content Specialist

Senior Cook

Traducteur-rédacteur

Disclaimer
Federation CJA 360 is a news aggregate, offering readers a variety of articles and opinion pieces on topics of concern to the Jewish community and presented in a concise, convenient platform. The opinions expressed by contributors shared in Federation CJA 360 do not necessarily reflect the policies or the positions of Federation CJA, its staff or its Board of Directors.

About Federation CJA
For over one hundred years, Federation CJA has been at the heart of the organized Jewish community in Montreal. In partnership with a vast network of agencies and organizations locally, nationally and internationally, Federation CJA builds and sustains this community by providing leadership and by supporting the delivery of services and programs to care for the vulnerable and those in need, to ensure a bright Jewish future, to represent communal interests and to positively affect issues in the wider society.

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