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Newcomer Pablo Listingart's charity provides training in software development

Pablo Listingart
Back in 2012, husband and wife, Pablo Listingart and Solange Flomin began seriously thinking about leaving Argentina. This, explained Listingart, was “because the political situation and other aspects [that] were degrading. We also wanted to have the experience of living in another country.”
So, the couple began traveling to explore other countries. They went to the U.S., but did not feel it was a good fit. Then, they went to several countries in Europe, but with a similar result.

Lethbridge community sells shul, buys 1 ambulance and 2 medi-scooters

Members of Lethbridge’s small Jewish community - which once had 64 families, but now has only seven aging couples remaining (l-r): Dan Shapiro, Linda Kohn, Garry Kohn, Sharon Fraiman (Western Canadian representative, Canadian Magen David Adom), David Serkin, Evelyn Hardin Serkin, Joel Bermack, Annette Bermack. (The Bermacks are originally from Winnipeg.)

When the Lethbridge Hebrew Congregation was inaugurated in 1954, the local Jewish community was a vibrant community made up of 64 families.

Latest WJT play tells riveting story based on true-life experience

Eric Craig as Mr. Marks and Beverley Ndukwu as Esther in a scene from "Intimate Apparel"

(Posted Feb. 3) Reviewed by BERNIE BELLAN
Set in 1905 New York City, “Intimate Apparel” tells the fascinating story of a black seamstress by the name of Esther who is wonderfully gifted at her craft, yet frustrated over her still being single while in her mid-30s.