25 Sep Chai Blog: Miriam Leibowitz

Team Lifeline Season  2017/2018 is HERE! I am so excited that we already have over 90 Canadian runners and walkers participating in both the Vegas Rock 'n Roll Run in November 2017 and the Miami Marathon in January 2018. They are training and fundraising hard to...

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18 Sep Chai Blog: Mordechai Rothman

Making Dreams Come True As the summer season ends, I look toward the new year and would like to take the opportunity to speak about a few of the programs we ran this summer at Chai Lifeline Canada. Since Chai Lifeline Canada celebrated its 10th anniversary this...

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04 Sep Chai Blog: Craig Fried

I had the privilege of taking my family to visit Camp Simcha last month and wanted to reflect on our experience. As we approach the Jewish New Year, it provides for an opportunity to look back and truly consider and evaluate all aspects of one’s...

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25 Aug Chai Blog: Natasha Koss

When your child gets diagnosed with a critical illness it's easy to feel like the unluckiest family in the world.You feel alone, lost and afraid. If that is how I feel as an adult can you imagine what a child must feel? Chai Lifeline Canada...

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21 Aug ChaiBlog: Milestones

People ask me how I find the courage to go on after Matthew passed away. Sometimes, it’s easy for me to get caught up in the everyday routine. We’ve had a wonderful summer,  the kids loved camp and hanging out with friends. But I woke...

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09 Aug ChaiBites: When Our Warriors Become Our Heroes

While we love sharing stories of our big events and programs, at Chai Lifeline we know how important the every day little things are. In that spirit, we're proud to launch ChaiBites, a recurring collection of snack-sized stories to brighten your day!   [caption id="attachment_2422" align="alignleft" width="300"]...

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08 Aug Chai Blog: Linsday Frieberg

At Chai Lifeline, we know that family comes first. We offer a holistic approach to supporting our kids, because we know that in a crisis, every member of the family suffers alongside their brother, sister, or child. So, we offer services to serve every member...

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31 Jul ChaiBlog: Riki Drazin

I had a remarkable opportunity the other week. Sarah is 11 years old, and had never been to camp before. She’s fighting cancer, and when I broached the subject of Camp Simcha, her parents were skeptical. “Leave us for 2 weeks? You must not know...

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