Jewish Ottawa

What does ‘inclusion’ mean for Jews?

Folksinger Craig Cardiff and choir director Deborah Davis lead the Tamir Neshama Choir in singing Cardiff’s song, “Safe Here,” during Tamir’s Stepping Out in Style 2.0 fashion show, November 4, 2019 at the Canadian Museum of History. (Howard Sandler)

Shinshinim are a ‘living bridge’ between Ottawa and Israel

Shinshinim Hila Beldoch (left) and Shai Sagi. “When you come here, you come as you, but you also represent your country,” said Shai. “It’s a lot of responsibility.” (Dana Simpson)

Special Chanukah donation helps six families in need

Larry and the late Sheila Hartman: With courageous tenacity and community devotion, Larry ensures that Sheila’s light of generosity and sensitivity continues to shine.

Remembering Dr. Mark Dover 1927-2019

Dr. Mark Dover was Ottawa’s first Jewish surgeon.

Creative connections: Meeting new people

Jay Kassirer and Rita Finnigan, with Patsy Royer at the keyboard, lead a singalong session for Creative Connections, November 5. (Matthew Horwood) Gloria Schwartz leads a ‘Gentle Gym’ workout for older seniors during Creative Connections’ day of activities, November 5. (Matthew Horwood)