Thousands back Israel in Montreal

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Journalist Elias Levy reports on the Israeli Solidary Rally in the Canadian Jewish News.

Designed to Educate

Tent: Fashion aura lieu à Montréal du 10 au 17 août 2014.

Tent: Fashion comes to Montreal with a week-long seminar and interactive learning.

Making Chaverim

L’hôtesse du groupe Ofakim du mois de juillet, Libby Nasimok, et son fils.

Ofakim brings Jewish community to Montreal’s South Shore.

For the Love of Camp

« Je suis très attaché aux camps de vacances juifs, a expliqué le président de l’Initiative des camps du Fonds Générations de la Fédération CJA Martin Schwartz, parce que je crois — et toutes les statistiques le prouvent — qu’en passant leurs étés dans un camp de vacances juif, les jeunes Juifs se transforment en des adultes engagés et à l’esprit vif. Ce sont eux qui formeront les piliers d’une communauté juive forte et dynamique. »

Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) convenes Board of Directors Meeting in Montreal

Memorable. Meaningful. Magical.


Close to 600 Jewish Montrealers took part in a historic Mega Mission to Israel.

Montreal Mega Mission participants visit Beer Sheva

On May 20th, Montreal Mega Mission participants visited Montreal’s sister city of Beer Sheva and the region of Bnei Shimon to see firsthand the work done on the ground.

The Montreal Jewish Community has strong ties to Beer Sheva and the entire Bnei Shimon region – in fact, Montreal and Beer Sheva are sister cities.

Access for All


The Access for All program’s mission is to open the doors of Israel’s elite universities and allow them to share their knowledge and resources with disadvantaged populations in Israel. Introductory academic courses are available in various fields such as law, medicine, business, and psychology.

Happy Birthday Israel!

Federation CJA’s annual celebration of Israel’s Independence Day held in the West Island.

Israel celebrates its 66th anniversary in 2014

A Century of Literature and Learning at the Jewish Public Library

The Jewish Public Library (Yidishe-folks-Bibliotek) officially opened its doors on May 1, 1914 in a small flat at 669 St-Urbain Street. Today, the JPL continues to play its critical role as cultural bridge, between the Montreal Jewish community’s past, present, and future.

The first clause of the founding principles of the JPL 100 years ago stated that “The People’s Library is a People’s Institution, founded by the People for the People.” From beginning, JPL didn’t want to be just shelves of books, but became a centre of culture, particularly Yiddish culture, with world renowned authors’ visits, courses, lectures, and social activity.

Colour My Journey

Participants at Colour My Journey

Federation CJA pioneers groundbreaking program, culminating in exhibition featuring beautiful artwork created by children and Holocaust survivors.

Jewish Identity


“This year, graduates of the first and second sessions of the Leadership Program invested their energies in the fund-raising project « Family Feud ».”

A NU way to engage Jewish Millennials

NU Montreal

with Mike Savatovsky
“In order to flourish in these competitive times, it is critical for businesses, communities and cultures to understand Millennials’ hyper-connected mindset.”

Interactive Museum of Jewish Montreal uncovers a forgotten past

Many exhibits showcase a photographic archive of Montreal's Jewish heritage

with Zev Moses
The IMJM collects user-generated content. Anyone with a mobile phone can experience the history of the neighbourhood through its former inhabitants.

Jewish identity in the world today

A Bit Off the Top

by Gabriel Couture
“We live in exciting times: the pace of innovation and change is dramatic and the Jewish community now has the means to connect in ways that were previously impossible.”