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The Editor's Page
By Victor Teboul
Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
Victor Teboul is a writer and the Editor of Tolerance.ca ®, The Tolerance Webzine, which he founded in 2002 to promote a critical discourse on tolerance and diversity. He is the author of several books and numerous articles. He sat on the Jury of Canada’s Governor General’s Literary Awards, for non-fiction.

To learn more on Victor Teboul, please click HERE.

For books in English, please click HERE.

Victor is a regular guest speaker at various events.

Victor's books can be purchased at major bookstores. For more information,  please click HERE.

See also Interviews by Victor Teboul

Victor has also written and hosted several radio series on Radio-Canada's French-language network. He has taught literature at a college, north of Montreal, (Quebec, Canada), and history at l'Université du Québec à Montréal. He sat on the Conseil supérieur de l'éducation and the Quebec Press Council.

For Victor's articles on this web site which are written in French, please click HERE.
Articles in this column
By Victor Teboul, Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®

Victor Teboul at UQAM's Symposium, May 2018.

Photo by Gunther Gamper.

Montreal Jews rely on non-Jewish academics, writers and filmmakers to present and even explain, in French, Jewish realities to the Quebecois public and within Francophone academia. The considerable number of publications on Jewish themes, both in fiction and non-fiction, written in French by non-Jews is certainly unequaled in the Francophone world and most likely in the West, contends writer Victor Teboul. But do these works encourage or dissuade critical assessment of Quebec and of Quebec–Jewish relations, asks Tolerance.ca’s editor, whose most recent book also questions Quebecois identity. (Full Story)
In 1976, the nationalist Parti Québécois came to power in Quebec and governed the province until 1985. A tense period followed its election within business circles and among the Jewish community. In the midst of this crisis, Victor Teboul’s Mythe et images du Juif au Québec had just been published and it exposed a negative portrayal of Jews in Quebec’s most well-read novels and history books. The book had a strong impact on the Jewish leadership and created some controversy among Quebec’s francophone intellectual elite. (Full Story)
How does a polyglot Jewish family from Alexandria, Egypt, get caught up in the power play of the Suez Crisis? In this fascinating ebook by Egyptian-born author and Tolerance.ca Editor Victor Teboul writes about his cosmopolitan experience and his family’s ordeal following the 1956 Suez Crisis and the expulsion of Egypt’s Jewish community.  (Full Story)
By Victor Teboul, Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
According to a a study by a Carleton University researcher, which sampled 2010 newscasts of Radio-Canada's Le Telejournal, 42 per cent of the coverage focused on Quebec, a third dealt with international news and just 20 per cent covered Canadian "national" news. But what about the CBC and its own coverage of Québec? (Full Story)

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