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York University Centre for Jewish Studies. Provides information about undergraduate courses, graduate programs, certificate programs, and scholarships. Includes special lectures and events.
Canadian foundation organization that helps Jewish community development.
Canadian Jewish Congress works to foster a Canada where Jews, as part of the multicultural fabric of this country, live in and contribute to an environment of opportunity and mutual respect.
Established in January 2002, The Jewish Nature Centre Of Canada is a Jewish community-based organization promoting ecological awareness.
Supports healthy development of individuals, families and communities in Greater Toronto and York Region through prevention, protection, counselling, education and advocacy services, within the context of Jewish values. Programs and services include foster care, adoption services, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, chaplain services, etc.
Its about learning to value nature, one another and oneself through positive experience.
A Guide for Prospective Jewish Parents. Intended to answer some of the often-asked questions regarding Brit Milah. Performed by a properly trained and certified Rabbi Moshe Shulman.
Established in 1949, Toronto's central Jewish educational organization. Fosters Jewish education in all its dimensions, and the communities. Serves more than 70 schools.
A non-profit organization with a goal of repairing the world - through partnerships with the Jewish community and other worldwide organizations. Includes information articles, education workshop details, volunteer programs, and a discussion board.
For almost one hundred years, Associated Hebrew Schools of Toronto has been at the cutting edge of Jewish day school education.
Desires to instruct believers both Jewish and non-Jewish in the word of God and in the Jewish roots of the Christian faith.
An Egalatarian Conservative Jewish congregation currently serving the Halton and Peel regions. With monthly Shabbat services, festival and high holy day services. Inclusive of women in services and leadership. Fair balance of Hebrew and English liturgy. Offering social and adult educational programs throughout the year.
Featuring Hebrew name necklaces, Hebrew name rings, Jewish art, (woman of valor, physician's oath, baby naming certificates), Diamond Hebrew letter pendants, and personalized kippahs for wedding and bar/bat mitzvahs.
Featuring limited edition ketubahs by Canadian artist Marion Zimmer. Wholesale samples available to local judaica shops. All texts.
A volunteer association committed to lowering tuition fees of the Jewish Day Schools of Toronto and ensuring education quality standards. Includes economic information articles related to taxation, inflation and tuition costs. Also provides a discussion board, and how to get involved.
Bialik is a Hebrew Day School for students in junior kindergarten to grade eight.
Chabad Lubavitch of Aurora is a traditional Orthodox Jewish congregation and Synagogue, with an emphasis on outreach.
Lubavitch Day Camp is a Jewish day camp for boys and girls ages 2-12 located near Toronto, Ontario. Features sports, field trips, martial arts, hot lunches, and door-to-door transportation.
At The Toronto Heschel School we approach your child's growth as a whole: intellectual, social, creative, physical and ethical. Our community is inclusive and respectful of all Jewish practices. At Heschel, the whole curriculum is integrated which promotes a deeper understanding of the content, so children apply their learning across all disciplines. The Toronto Heschel School is a Gold Standard, Ontario Certified EcoSchool, where the students recycle, compost and garden.