Vivian Bercovici

Vivian Bercovici

Vivian Bercovici served as Canada’s Ambassador to Israel from 2014-16 and in a short time established herself as a strong, articulate and forceful commentator and leader on Israeli politics, foreign policy relationships and the business environment. 

Prior to her appointment by former PM Stephen Harper as Ambassador, Vivian practiced law in Toronto for 24 years. She was actively involved in the dynamic Jewish community in Toronto, wrote a column on Israel-related issues in The Toronto Star, taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and raised two lovely daughters as a single parent.

She currently resides in Israel with your younger daughter and is engaged in private business ventures as well as public speaking on issues related to the Middle East, with a particular focus on Israel. 

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Hype and happy endings for Na'ama Issachar

The Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island

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‘NUMBERED FOREARMS were everywhere and everyone knew what that meant, including the children.’

Numbered forearms were everywhere, and everyone knew what that meant


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Eurovision: Not the time for inside jokes

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley addresses AIPAC, March 2018

The redoubtable Nikki Haley: Warming up for the Oval Office

Palestinians prepare an incendiary device attached to a kite before trying to fly it over the border

When toys become weapons and nobody notices


The vanity and art of the deal

THE PERIMETER fence of Auschwitz II-Birkenau is enveloped in a thick evening fog during the ceremoni

Of ravines and lakeside retreats

THE PERIMETER fence of Auschwitz II-Birkenau is enveloped in a thick evening fog during the ceremoni

Fact and fantasy in Polish historical revisionism

PHOTOGRAPH OF Auschwitz-Birkenau taken in February 2017.

On the linguistics of Polish death camps and other things antisemitic

Men lay flowers at a cemetery to commemorate victims of the St. Petersberg metro blast

Of Leningrad and St. Petersberg; refuseniks and ISIS


Of Leningrad and St. Petersburg; refuseniks and ISIS


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