Submissions from members of our community. (Archived columns from Bulletin columnists).

Ottawa Torah Centre soon to be in full “Blum”

Second generation of Blums to lead young professionals and young families programming in Ottawa

Rabbi Leibel Blum, born and raised in Ottawa, is returning home this summer with his wife Shterna and their one-year-old son Levi, where they will be heading a new department at Ottawa Torah Cent…

A Religion of kindness: The legacy of a Holocaust survivor and mentor

Ottawa student, Anneke Goodwin, shares the powerful impact of her recent participation on the Coast-to-Coast March of the Living.

In memory of Alex Buckman z’l, Holocaust Survivor with the Coast-to-Coast delegation who passed away on April 21, 2023


I entered English class for the fir…

Israel at 75 – A Journey of Learning

A group of 28 Ottawans  representing the Jewish Federation of Ottawa and Congregation Machzikei Hadas along with four Kingston residents recently joined UJA Federation Toronto and Jewish communities across Canada for a historic trip to Israel to mark the nation’s 75th anniversary. Ottawa …

Marking 75 years of independence

 A special message from Dr. Ronen Hoffman, Ambassador of Israel to Canada, on the occasion of Israel’s 75th anniversary
Dear friends of the Ottawa Jewish community, and Friends of the State of Israel,
Our homeland, its residents and citizens as well as its friends and supporters…

Campuses are on front lines of antisemitism

The Network of Engaged Canadian Academics (NECA), made up of concerned Canadian academics who see an urgent need for faculty to join together in the face of an ever-shifting terrain of antisemitism on campuses, explains in this column about the rise of antisemitism and how their network is…