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Hey … some bad news for you. York U only made the most widely-observed Jewish holidays days off for students and staff. (It had not, of course, made them “universal” for students and staff. Not sure how it would go about doing that — synagogue at gunpoint, perhaps?).

Those who are observant enough to observe Jewish holidays have therefore, as usual, had to make other arrangements for regularly-scheduled classes held on Sukkot, Simhat Torah, Shavuot, and all of the other Jewish holidays on which Jews are prohibited from working. You can learn more about it all on, say, Wikipedia.


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