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Fri, May 22 2015 - 4 Sivan, 5775
   Shabbat Candle Lighting Times
Candle Lighting Times
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Friday, May 22
Light Candles at: 8:16 pm
Shabbat, May 23
Eve of First day Shavuot
Light Candles after: 9:29 pm
Sunday, May 24
Eve of Second day Shavuot
Light Candles after: 9:31 pm
Monday, May 25
Holiday Ends: 9:32 pm
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CGI Calendar 2015!

The 2015 Camp Gan Israel Calendar is now available. Take a look at all the fun planned for July! 

 
   
Camp Gan Israel
Welcome to CGI of Ottawa! Our camp is part of the largest and fastest growing network of world-wide Jewish Day Camps. Many a child has been known to ...
Westboro Jewish Montessori Preschool
The Westboro Jewish Montessori Preschool provides the highest level of early childhood education to Jewish children from all affiliations and levels ...
Friendship Circle
The Friendship Circle provides services and support for Jewish children and teens with special needs through the help of trained teen volunteers and ...
Jewish Youth Library
The Jewish Youth Library serves all affiliates of the Ottawa Jewish Community and anyone looking for authentic Jewish books. Our large selection of ...
Rosh Chodesh: SoulMates
Romantics of all ages have waxed poetic on the notion of “soulmates,” seeking to grasp what makes love and passion so potent, what drives the ...
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The Talmud tells us that the sages wanted to establish the reading of the Ten ...
 
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Bamidbar is, as it were, a preparation for that special union between G-d and His people.
 
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The Kabbalah of Making Money
We human beings have a knack for seeing how the parts of this world fit back together.
 
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