Canada's Mountain Jews

Neither Ashkenazi nor Sephardi, this tenacious Jewish community has roots in the Caucasus going back more than a thousand years.

Lost, not forgotten, but never found

A Hamilton native searches her family history and records to discovers her long-lost baby relative.

Einstein faced antisemitism in his early career

Long after relativity theory had made Albert Einstein an international celebrity, he continued to face criticism that focused on his Jewish heritage, particularly in his native Germany.

Family garden brings isolation salvation

Mother of four discovers gardening is the perfect family activity during the time of COVID-19.

Where Karl Marx met Shalom Aleichem

Turned away from the beaches of Toronto, a group of Jewish factory workers in the 1930s bought a piece of land as a summer home for their children. Ninety years later, the spirit of Camp Naivelt endures.