The Jewish Tribune (Canada)

The Jewish Tribune (Canada)

The "Jewish Tribune" is a privately owned community-based weekly newspaper published by B'nai Brith Canada.

With a circulation of over 60,000, the paper bills itself as "the largest Jewish weekly in Canada". It is mainly distributed in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Hamilton and Windsor.

Notable contributors to the newspaper include Mike Cohen, who in addition to his duties as a city councillor for Cote Saint Luc, is a prominent Montreal journalist for such publications as the Suburban, and the Montreal Jewish Magazine, and Daniel Smajovits who is well known throughout the Montreal community as a writer for various media outlets, including the CFL's Montreal Alouettes.

Editorial, it is considered to be slightly more right-leaning in regards to Israeli politics than its counterpart, the Canadian Jewish News.

Complete copies of previous editions in PDF form can be found on its website.

External links

* [ Jewish Tribune website]
* [ American Jewish Press Association Member Profile]

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