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COR Passover Magazine (2017/5777)

The 2017/5777 COR Passover Magazine is available in print at local community establishments. To view an electronic copy click the link below: COR Passover Magazine (2017/5777) For Passover questions please email...

COR- Kashruth Council of Canada Trains Ottawa Community for Pesach

Rabbis from the Kashruth Council of Canada, better known as “COR” for their kosher symbol, made their mark on the nation’s capital with a Pre Pesach lecture for the Ottawa Jewish community...

Pesach, Matzah & Marror: A Pre-Passover Toronto Community Event March 28

Tuesday, March 28thth, 2017 Appetizers & Desserts at 7:30 pm Lecture at 8:00pm Shaarei Shomayim - 470 Glencairn Ave. Toronto   Pesach – Rabbi Sholom H. Adler: Topics in today’s shechita industry  Matzah – Rabbi Dovid...

COR Live in Ottawa for a Pre-Passover Community Event Monday, March 20

COR LIVE IN OTTAWA For… Answers & Appetizers: a Pre-Passover Ottawa Community Event Monday March 20th Appetizers at 7:30 pm Answers at 8:00pm Soloway Jewish Community Centre 21 Nadolny Sachs Private, Ottawa COR Rabbis will outline the most frequent Pesach questions...

Top 15 Questions from the COR Passover Hotline

Top Fifteen Questions from the COR Passover Hotline   COR is pleased to answer questions from kosher consumers throughout the year. This service is especially popular during the weeks leading up to Passover, as...

How to Save Money and Stay Healthy on Passover

By Miriam Leibowitz, MHSc, RD Plan your menu in advance, make a shopping list and stick to it. Avoid impulse buys -- do you really need that $30 jar of cashew...

2016/5776 COR Passover Magazine

The 2016/5776 COR Passover Magazine is available in print at local community establishments. To view an electronic copy click the link below: 2016/5776 COR Passover MagazineFor Passover questions please email us...

Top Ten Questions from the COR Passover Hotline (2016)

Top Ten Questions from the COR Passover Hotline   COR is pleased to answer questions from Canadian kosher consumers throughout the year. This service is especially popular during the weeks leading up to Passover,...

COR-Kashruth Council of Canada Conducts Pre Pesach Community Events Across Canada

From Edmonton, Alberta to Toronto, Ontario, the Kashruth Council of Canada, better known as “COR” for their kosher symbol, has been educating kosher consumers across the country leading up to the holiday...

A Kosher Jew in a Non-Kosher Workplace

A guide for keeping kosher at the office – both during Passover and year round.                                     ...

COR’s Passover Extra Virgin Olive Oil Policy Explained

Consumers may have noticed that we have changed our policy with respect to extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) on Passover, in that we are only recommending those that bear specific kosher for Passover...

2015 COR Passover Magazine

The 2015/5775 COR Passover Magazine is available in print at local community establishments. The electronic copy is available at the link below. This is a large file, so it may...

Top Passover Questions from the COR Kosher Hotline

COR is pleased to answer questions from kosher consumers throughout the year. This service is especially popular during the weeks leading up to Passover, as evidenced by the over three...

COR Answers over 3000 Consumer Questions for Passover

By Chava Fine The COR Passover hotline was ringing nonstop from Purim to Passover, with questions ranging from how to kasher a kitchen for Passover, to whether chocolate matzah can be consumed during...

Shaimos Guidelines: Discarding Holy Objects

As we clean for Passover, we tend to use the opportunity to de-clutter our homes as well. We find that over the course of the year we manage to collect a sizeable...

Pet Food on Passover and Throughout the Year

Although one is allowed to feed pets non-kosher foods, there are still kashrut issues that one has to be aware of. Throughout the year, not only are we commanded not to eat foods...

The ABC's of Kitniyot

In addition to the Torah’s prohibition of chametz on Pesach, many people have the custom to refrain from consuming kitniyot as well. Origins             The earliest literature regarding kitniyot dates back over 700 years. The Smak (R...

PR Creative Caterers: Food that’s Fit for a President

When Israeli President Shimon Peres came to Toronto to speak at the Sony Centre, the organizers of the event needed to find a caterer able of providing a meal that was kosher and,...

COR Hosts Kosher Certifiers at AKO Vaadim Conference

Rabbis representing kashrus agencies from around North America and beyond met for the AKO Vaadim Conference in Toronto Canada July 15-17 to unite, share best practices, and raise kashrus standards. The event was...

A Brief History of COR: 60 Years Serving the Community

This year, 2012/5772, COR – Kashruth Council of Canada is celebrating a milestone -- 60 years serving as Toronto’s community kosher certifier and Canada’s largest kosher agency. Birthdays are often a time to...

COR Pre Passover Lecture Inspires

By Judy Pister On March 26, 2012 COR hosted a Pre Pesach Community lecture in Toronto. Featured guest speakers were Rabbi Moshe Elefant, Chief Operating Officer of OU Kosher and Rabbi Moshe Tuvia...

The Pesach Traveller

By Rabbi Chaim D. Kulik Going away for Pesach? You’re in good company!  For hundreds of years almost all Jews ‘went away’ for Pesach.  During the times of the Bais Hamikdash every Jew had...

The Ten Commandments for a Healthier Passover

By Miriam Leibowitz, MHSc, RD As Passover approaches, I’m sure you are all busy cleaning your homes and stocking your kitchen with Passover foods and snacks. Unfortunately, it is more than likely that the foods...

COR Promotes Continuing Education Amongst Rabbinic Inspectors

Technology is advancing rapidly and food manufacturing facilities are no exception. As a result, COR – Kashruth Council of Canada, Canada’s largest kosher certifier, has instituted an aggressive continuing education regimen for its...

Bakers Journal Magazine Profiles COR Presentation at Guelph Food Technology Centre Seminar

February 1, 2012, Brampton, ON - Kosher is capturing a growing share of the food market as consumers of all faiths put their trust in food products prepared according to...

A Baker's Tale: COR's Bulik Bakery Featured in Mishpacha Magazine

A fascinating feature article in Mishpacha magazine about COR certified Bulik Bakery. Attached below....

Video: Behind the COR with Rabbi Tuvia Basser

Behind the COR with Rabbi Tuvia Basser from COR Kosher on Vimeo....

Video: Behind the COR with Rabbi Sholom H. Adler

Behind the COR with Rabbi Sholom H. Adler from COR Kosher on Vimeo....

Video: Behind the COR with Rabbi Tsvi Heber

Behind the COR with Rabbi Tsvi Heber from COR Kosher on Vimeo....

Video: Behind the COR with Rabbi J. Norman

Behind the COR with Rabbi J. Norman from COR Kosher on Vimeo....

Video: COR Kosher Certificates

COR Kosher Certificates from COR Kosher on Vimeo....

GFTC Conference on Kosher to Feature COR

The Guelph Food Technology Centre (GFTC) is pleased to announce their first "Innovation Breakfast" for 2012, on Wednesday January 25th and the Person Convention Centre in Brampton, Ontario. The subject will be three emerging...

Who's Who at the COR: Joseph Sheinis, Software Developer

Joseph Sheinis was born in Korosten, Ukraine before moving with his family to St. Petersburg when he was five years old. After graduating high school he went to St. Petersburg Technical ...

Canadian Business Journal Profiles COR

Promoting koshers products in Canada Kashruth specifically refers to the Jewish dietary laws. Conforming...

iCOR: COR Rabbinic Inspectors Go Digital

The kosher dietary laws are thousands of years old. But that doesn’t mean COR (the Kashruth Council of Canada) is behind the times because COR’s industrial Rabbinic Inspectors have recently gone digital....

Bug Off: COR in the Community Presents at Eitz Chaim in Toronto

How could something so small be that bad for you? That was one of the questions addressed at COR’s recent bug checking seminar given to the Eitz Chaim girl’s school in Toronto....

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