Oppenheimer family celebrates Canadian citizenship

Oppenheimer CitizenshipSaturday, October 26, 2019 — The Oppenheimer family have recently become Canadian Citizens. Seen holding their certificates are (l-r) Lucila, Ana, Rachel & Robert. They were among 101 people from 27 countries to receive their citizenship certificates at the ceremony. In celebration of this event they invite you to join them for a kiddush luncheon following services on Saturday, October 26, 2019.

Call for engagement in Canadian political process

Tuesday, March 31st, 7pm, at Congregation Emanu-El (1461 Blanshard St.)

The Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee (CJPAC) presents:

“Get Engaged!  How British Columbia’s Jewish Community
Can Volunteer and Be Active in the Canadian Political Process”

The Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee (CJPAC) is a national, independent and multi-partisan organization. Our mandate is to engage Jewish and pro-Israel Canadians in the democratic process and to foster active political participation.

Over the course of our discussion you will learn why it is important for our community to volunteer in the democratic process and what you can do to get engaged – politically!
We look forward to meeting you for an interactive and thought-provoking discussion to learn tips and tricks directly from the campaign trail to help you feel more confident about engaging in Election 2015!
There is no cost for this event.  All are welcome!
CLICK HERE for more information about CJPAC,
Kara Mintzberg (CJPAC’s BC Regional Director, Vancouver)
Zane Colt (CJPAC’s Small Communities Coordinator, Toronto)
Tel. 778-903-1854