Director / Editor: Victor Teboul, Ph.D.
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Press Release
ALBERTA – On May 29, Alberta celebrated an important milestone for women's representation in Canadian politics. The results of the Alberta provincial election revealed a notable increase in the number of women joining Alberta's Legislative Assembly, marking a momentous step forward in achieving gender equality in political leadership. (Full Story)
To live as a Black Jew in North America is to live with a keen awareness of just how precarious group belonging can be, yet a felt sense of ‘belonging’ is a core human need. Between this self-evident need for community and the complexities of contemporary identity lies a unique space bounded by subtle challenges and creative possibilities.  (Full Story)
In this alarming moment ⁠— as Israel’s new government makes bold moves to undermine democratic protections ⁠— important Israeli voices are urging supporters abroad to stand with them.

NIFC is proud to tour Lihi Shmuely, Deputy Director of Israel Hofsheet, one of the leading grassroots groups fighting for religious freedom for all Israelis, across Canada to raise important issues at the heart of Israeli-Canadian shared values: (Full Story)

Opening reception with artists: December 3rd, 2pm-6pm.
BBAM! Gallery is presenting Courtney Clinton’s first solo exhibition,  Post-Monumental, an interactive art project led by Clinton, inviting various artists and voices from around Tiohti:áke/Montreal to "write" on the landscape of our city.
Over 12 weeks, 24 participating artists received one postcard per week illustrated with a Tiohti:áke monument. On the back of the postcards, artists responded to the image with their own creative production. The 288 cards will all come together as an installation piece in an exhibition at BBAM Gallery (808 Atwater Ave) from December 3rd to January 13th. (Full Story)

We are very pleased to announce our international symposium GOLDEN YEARS, which will take place at the Cœur des sciences of UQAM on June 17-18-19, 2022. Come and celebrate with us the bicentenary of Egyptology. Many prestigious guests, conferences, debates and workshops for kids are on the program. (Full Story)
Montreal, February 7, 2022 – The Montreal Holocaust Museum (MHM) is proud to announce the construction of a new museum. The facility will open in 2025 at 3535 Saint-Laurent Boulevard in the Plateau Mont-Royal borough. This important project addresses growing public interest and demand from the education community for opportunities to learn about the history of the Holocaust, genocide, human rights, and the fight against racism and antisemitism. (Full Story)
CUPE commends the agreement between the federal Liberals and NDP to focus on supporting everyday people in the aftermath of the pandemic, and avert an election until 2025. (Full Story)
Author Victor Teboul, Editor of the online magazine, will be speaking at the Arab World Festival of Montreal, on November 4, 2011, at 7.30. p.m. at Librairie Paulines, 2653, rue Masson, in Montreal. He will give a lecture on Irony and self-criticism in a pluralistic world and will present his new novel, ''Bienvenue chez Monsieur B. ! '' published by L'Harmattan, in Paris.  (Full Story)
KNOWLEDGE IS THE BEGINNING, a film about the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, directed by Paul Smaczny, April 19TH, 2009 3:30 P.M. at the Unitarian Church... (Full Story)
The Black Coalition of Quebec will hold a press conference on Wednesday January 14, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. at 5201 Decarie Blvd to answer to enquiries of many citizens on the program Bye Bye 2008 on Radio Canada by Veronique Cloutier and other artist Jean-François Mercier and Louis Morissette. (Full Story)
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