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Afn Shvel
Periodical · 1941-

Started in 1941 by the Freeland League for Jewish Territorial Colonization (renamed the League for Yiddish in 1979), Afn Shvel ("On the Threshold") is the world's oldest continually published Yiddish-language magazine. It is the only all-Yiddish general interest magazine currently in print, and continues publishing two double issues each year.

Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung
Periodical · 1892-1945

The Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung ("Berlin Illustrated Newspaper"), often abbreviated BIZ, was a German weekly illustrated magazine published in Berlin from 1892 to 1945. It was the first mass-market German magazine and pioneered the format of the illustrated news magazine.

Bridge Digest
Periodical · 1968-1977

A publication of the Canadian Bridge Federation (CBF), dedicated to promoting the card game bridge in Canada. Renamed the Canadian Bridge Digest in 1977, and then Bridge Canada in 1998.

Periodical · 1975-2008

CCL/LCJ was a bilingual academic journal publishing works related to the knowledge and understanding of texts produced for children in Canada. It was produced under the sponsorship of the Dean of Arts at the University of Winnipeg. In 2009, CCL/LCJ became "Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures" and was transferrred ownership to the University of Toronto Press in 2021.

Canadian Jewish Chronicle
Periodical · 1914-1966

A Montreal-based newspaper, and Canada's oldest weekly anglophone Jewish periodical. Notable poet A. M. Klein was editor from 1938-1955. The Chronicle merged with the Canadian Jewish Review in 1966, becoming the Chronicle Review.

Periodical · 1966-1976

The Chronicle Review newspaper formed from the merger of the Canadian Jewish Review and the Canadian Jewish Chronicle in 1966. It ceased functioning a decade later in 1976.

Canadian Jewish News
Periodical · 1960-

A weekly English-language newspaper dedicated to the Canadian Jewish community, with headquarters in Toronto and a bilingual English-French Montreal edition. Since December 2020, the CJN has been moved to a digital-first format.