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Bill 613.com - News, events, and opinions from the Montreal Jewish community

When You Get Angry Take A Breath and Count to 10. Throw a punch at 8. No one expects that. Hehehehe

Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Seems that baggage handlers, security and wheelchair people are going on strike tomorrow night at 10:00 pm at both La Guardia and JFK airports. These people make $15 per hour and want more more money and other perks. No Blanche, they are not unionized so we are guessing they could all be fired and Continue Reading...
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Around the city: 19 July, 2015

Here’s a list of activities for Jewish families to do in and around Montreal, courtesy of bill613.com. Feel free to add to the list by commenting below. Laval Nature Centre activities: A large park with lots of open space, several playgrounds, a lake, a very popular farm with many animals inside (horses, cows, ducks, chickens, sheep etc), walking trails and Continue Reading...
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The Blanche report: Here’s What the Greeks Really Want to Say to the World: We Feel Like Putting An ‘Out of Order’ Sticker on our Foreheads

Where does finishing a project ahead of schedule make the front pages of the papers and lead off the news? Why in la belle province of Quebec where such things are of historic proportions and virtually never happen in our lifetime. Things here are so provincial and so corrupt here that finishing repairs early is an anomaly. Something is very Continue Reading...
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The Blanche report: Memo to the Office de la Langue Francais: Are you always so idiotic or are you making a special effort today?

The escape of that Mexican drug dude was not just any old escape. Did you know that there was a tunnel complete with lighting, ventilation and even a modified motorcycle on tracks? It is also thought that when he exited the tunnel he had an armed escort of a mixture of prison guards and other unsavory characters. Quite a few people Continue Reading...
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Vizhnitz Rebbe visits Montreal

The Vizhnitz Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Hager, recently spent an inspiring weekend in Montreal where he met with members of the Vizhnitz community, visited Vizhnitz institutions, and held a grand Tish. The Rebbe was welcomed to Montreal and received many individuals for blessings. The visit was filled with inspiration, singing and dancing. Photos by Yehoshua Fruchter...
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Rabbi Simcha Zirkind, Pioneer of Chabad Activities in Quebec, 76

Rabbi Simcha Zirkind, 76, Chabad representative in Montreal, QC, tragically passed away on Shabbat. Founding the first Chabad House in the city at McGill University in Downtown Montreal, he was beloved by the many whom he personally nurtured in their growth of Judaism. Simcha Yerachmiel was born in Brooklyn to Mordechai Shachne and Ada, and grew up studying in Chabad Continue Reading...
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Baruch Dayan Emes: Rabbi Simcha Zirkind

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Simcha Zirkind, a pillar of Montreal’s Lubavitch community and Director of the Canadian branch of the Machane Yisroel Development Fund. He spearheaded many programs for Chabad Lubavitch Youth Organization and was instrumental in the opening of Chabad of McGill and downtown Montreal. He was 76 years old. Continue Reading...
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Around the city: 12 July, 2015

Here’s a list of activities for Jewish families to do in and around Montreal, courtesy of bill613.com. Feel free to add to the list by commenting below. Laval Nature Centre activities: A large park with lots of open space, several playgrounds, a lake, a very popular farm with many animals inside (horses, cows, ducks, chickens, sheep etc), walking trails and Continue Reading...
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Quebec Human Right’s Commission calls out Youth Protection and School Board Officials for Lev Tahor fiasco

Youth Protection, School Board Officials, Social Services and the Police didn’t act fast enough to save 134 children who were stuck in the Lev Tahor cult from alleged abuse, according to a report by Quebec’s Human Right’s Commission. The report blasted the agencies for “a lack of consultation and coordination” in saving 134 children from the cult. “Clearly, youth protection Continue Reading...
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The Blanche report: Sometimes The Thoughts in My head Get Bored so they Go Out For a Stroll Through My Mouth…It rarely ends well

Yesterday there were multiple major ‘glitches’ on the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines, Wall Street Journal and one more place that no one knew about.Everyone involved kept saying that it was just a coincidence. Tell it to the marines. Today it was revealed that anonymous sent out a cryptic threat the night before the NYSE went down for hours Continue Reading...
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Jewish Defence League disrupts pro-BDS event at Concordia University

It’s official. The Jewish Defence League has arrived in Montreal. On July 7th, the Montreal chapter of the JDL, a controversial organization aimed at exposing anti-Semitism, held their first protest at a pro-BDS (Boycott, Divest, Sanction of Israeli products) event in the Concordia Student Union Lounge. The event was titled “The BDS movement: a ten year retrospective” and featured a group of Continue Reading...
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Two bridges and a business vandalized with neo-Nazi graffiti

The Lachapelle bridge connecting Montreal with Laval, an underpass and business in Ville St Laurent were all targeted in a recent string of neo-Nazi graffiti that has many in the Jewish community concerned. The first incident took place on June 23rd shortly after midnight when a vandal spray-painted a large swastika next to the front door of a business owned by Continue Reading...
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The Blanche report: If Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees, then Why do Banks have Branches?

Let’s see, where were we in the never-ending Greek saga? Oh yes, the majority of voters in their referendum voted no to a bail-out from Europe. Seems they didn’t like the sanctions that were going to be imposed upon them. Let’s play this out: You decide one day to stop working and starting spending like it’s going out of style. You Continue Reading...
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Around the city: 5 July, 2015

Here’s a list of activities for Jewish families to do in and around Montreal, courtesy of bill613.com. Feel free to add to the list by commenting below. Please note that the 17th of Tammuz is a fast day that ends at 9:23 PM. Laval Nature Centre activities: A large park with lots of open space, several playgrounds, a lake, a Continue Reading...
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The Blanche report: Money Does Not Grow on Trees. Bananas Do. Really???

So who believes that Arthur Porter is dead? Is this not the most bizarre business you have seen in a long time? His ‘friend’ the doctor said he died. His other friend the ‘biographer’ also said he died. Alas,  no one has seen a  death certificate. Seems we’re not the only ones with suspicions. Quebec’s anti-corruption squad is sending two investigators Continue Reading...
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Hundreds of children register their bikes at free Chaverim Shomrim safety course

Hundreds of children received free safety courses from Chaverim, Police and Fire officials at a massive event organized by Chaverim Shomrim. For the past 15 years, Chaverim / Shomrim has been working together with the police, fire department and Sun Youth to teach Jewish youth bike safety and to register their bicycles and scooters at the beginning of the summer. This Continue Reading...
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New Kosher steakhouse with an Italian twist opens in Montreal

A refreshing new Kosher steakhouse with an Italian twist recently opened in Montreal and patrons are singing its praises. Mediterraneo, located at the corner of St Louis and Marcel Laurin in Ville St Laurent, provides a wonderful casual dining atmosphere where you can enjoy the comfort and privacy of the patio with trellis-wrapped outdoor patio seats – an immeasurably prettier and more Continue Reading...
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Around the city: 28 June, 2015

Here’s a list of activities for Jewish families to do in and around Montreal, courtesy of bill613.com. Feel free to add to the list by commenting below. Laval Nature Centre activities: A large park with lots of open space, several playgrounds, a lake, a very popular farm with many animals inside (horses, cows, ducks, chickens, sheep etc), walking trails and Continue Reading...
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