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Opening Our Hearts

by Roselyn Allen, February 26, 2020

It seems that every time I’ve looked at the news in the last few weeks anti-semitism has been there. Why shouldn’t it? It’s been around for thousands of years…why should…

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Resolutions Large and Small

by Rabbi Audrey Pollack, December 25, 2019

At the start of a new secular year people often think about resolutions for the year ahead. As Jews we are already well on our way to working on making…

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Familiarity Breeds Content

by Roselyn Allen, December 1, 2019

When I went to the University of King’s College in Halifax, I was a campus police officer over a summer holiday. King’s was founded as an Anglican institution and still…

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Safety and Freedom

by Roselyn Allen, October 30, 2019

October 27th marked the first anniversary of the Tree of Life shootings in Pittsburgh. Eleven lives were tragically lost, others in the congregation were physically injured, and all Jewish communities…

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