This Sunday, July 1, is Canada Day, a national holiday that celebrates the history, culture, and achievements of Canada and its citizens. In that spirit, we’ve rounded up blog posts, interviews, and stories by and about Canadians and Canada – all with a Jewish twist.
1. Read about how Canada is leading the way.
With passage of the country’s Civil Marriage Act in 2005, Canada became the first country outside Europe (and the fourth in the world) to legalize marriage equality. Two years later, on May 22, 2007 in Toronto, Harvey Brownstone, the first openly gay judge in Canada,... Read More