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JP&N interview: Rabbi Kliel Rose takes stock of his first year back in Winnipeg

It’s been almost a year since Rabbi Kliel Rose returned to his hometown of Winnipeg to become the rabbi of Congregation Etz Chayim. (August 7, 2018 is the exact date he took over the position.) I thought that now that he’s had a chance to establish himself here, I would ask him whether he’s like to engage in a fairly lengthy interview.

Guest speaker at Jewish Child & Family Service AGM opens up about her own family’s troubles

Al Benarroch (JCFS Executive Director) with Blair Kaplan Venables (at the exact moment she was waving to her father, who was in the audience)

Blair Kaplan Venables is a 31-year-old former Winnipegger who has found success as a communications expert in Pemberton, British Columbia, specializing in social media marketing.
But when Blair spoke to the members of the audience at the Jewish Child & Family Service Annual General Meeting on Thursday, June 21, her message had nothing to do with social media marketing.

New clinic on Corydon Ave. made up of ER doctors working to fill gap in care

Dr. NORMAN SILVER of the Illness & Injury Clinic, located at Corydon & Harrow, with his wife, HEATHER SILVER (who is a receptionist at the clinic)

The Minor Illness & Injury Clinic, started up by emergency room doctors Norman Silver, Gerald Brennan, Erik Smith, and Amin Kabani, aided by medical technology consultant, David Berkowits, is now up and running, with the goal of changing how urgent care is delivered in Winnipeg.