You asked us. We delivered! Canada’s Passover Magazine is the hottest item of the year, flying off the shelves. You asked us to make our magazine in a smaller format and we did it!
It is a much smaller format with more information and easy to carry around making us your go-to Passover shopping guide.
With over 20,000 copies distributed across Canada, we take our responsibility to the greater Jewish community very seriously.
This year you will find expanded lists, taking the guide to a whole new level. Included guides are:
-Enhanced Medications and Toiletries
-How-to Kosher Explanations
-Stories of interest from Chabad across Canada to new companies to human interest
Please note the following important dates for your convenience:
Passover in a Nutshell – Live sessions with Rabbonim Sunday March 26 at the Jewish Community Council – 6825 Decarie from 12:00 – 3:15.
Kashering Service will take place on Wednesday, April 5th from 2:00 – 7:00 pm in the parking lot of the JCC from 2:00 – 7:00 pm.
Community | May 1st, 2017
Barq’s Red Cream Soda Barq’s Root Beer Coca Cola Fanta Banana Fanta Banana Pineapple Fanta Blackberry Lemonade Fanta Blood Orange Fanta Blue Raspberry Fanta Blueberry Lemonade Fanta Cherry Limeade Fanta Cranberry Fanta Dragonfruit Fanta Grape Fanta Light Mango Passionfruit Fanta Lime Vanilla Fanta Mango Melon Fanta Orange Lime Fanta Pomegranate [Passionfruit Fanta Sensation Berry Fnata…
Uncategorised | November 1st, 2016
“For over a year we have been researching kosher websites worldwide, gleaning the best from each one. The result is a user-friendly, bright, information-filled and creative site serving all of Canada. The new JCC of Montreal site will be launched simultaneously with a new site for Montreal’s Beth Din, Geirut. www.jccmontreal.org,” says Kalman Emanuel “Among…
Community | November 1st, 2016
“With the appointment of Rabbi Pinto as our Rabbinical Coordinator & Training Facilitator, MK is taking another important step in cementing our position as the leader in kashruth in Canada and for that matter North America,” explains Rabbi Saul Emanuel. Working together with MK Rabbanim and office staff, Rabbi Pinto drafted Montreal’s first bilingual Mashgiach…
Articles of Interest | November 1st, 2016
After trying all kinds of different recipes, spending hours combining ingredients, fruits and vegetables, testing and tasting, Peter Klein and his partners took a leap of faith and opened their Juspur on Bernard in Montreal in 2014. Today the juice bar is flourishing, and their drinks are sold over the island of Montreal, in Laval,…