VTT in the News

Curious to learn more about VTT? Check out our various media coverage.

Jewish Community Garden Offers Space To Celebrate Faith

Grand Opening of the Jewish Community Garden Photo credit: Tybie Lipetz

Learning About First Nations

Read about our weeklong carving program with father-son team Gerry & Matthew Sheena from the Interior First Nation.

Vancouver Jewish Community Garden Podcast

Where Heaven Meets Earth: Vancouver Jewish Community Garden Grows Fresh Veggies on Rooftop

Canada's Oldest Living Veteran at VTT

Reuben Sinclair joins VTT's 2022 Remembrance Day Ceremony. Photo credit: Tybie Lipetz

Israeli Integration Into STEAM

VTT's collaboration with Dr. Tal David from the Center for Israel Education is gaining traction--and attention!

2nd Place in Return It Contest

Refundable beverage containers can go a long way! Learn about how we used these proceeds to buy a cow for a skills centre in Uganda--and won $2500 for these efforts.

Stable Harvest Farm Collaboration

Our partnership with Syd Belzberg's Stable Harvest Farm is yielding enormous benefits. Learn about this incredible hands-on learning experience.

Oldest Living Veteran Honoured at VTT

110-year-old Reuben Sinclair, who is also Jewish with VTT connections, was recognized for his service at VTT's 2021 Remembrance Day Assembly.

Interfaith Care Package Effort

At VTT, our students are always eager to make a difference! Watch GlobalTV's coverage of our care packages to brighten people's days.

2019 Class Act Winner

Random Acts recognized VTT's many Chesed Clubs for spreading kindness, compassion and love both locally and abroad.

Interfaith Collaboration

VTT led an initiative to join forces with a Catholic school and the Ismaili community to create gifts of hope for residents of the DTES.

National Coverage for Acts of Chesed

The Canadian Jewish News profiled VTT for its myriad chesed activities to better the lives of others.

Promoting Diversity & Religious Tolerance

Students from Vancouver Talmud Torah, St. Augustine's schools share stories of holiday traditions.

Fourth Grader Wins STEM Contest

Winning “Step-O-Maker” design draws on Amy Chodos's personal experience with ADHD.