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COR acronym[edit]

COR does stand for Canadian Orthodox Rabbinate which is the modern-orthodox equivalent of OU based in Toronto Kashrut certifications in Quebec are mainly issued by MK which stands for Montreal Kosher. MK is the kashrut department of the Vaad haIr, the rabbinical council of orthodox judaism in Montreal. MK is associated with the ultra-orthodox wing of judaism.Ezra haGuer 18:36, 14 May 2007 (UTC)

The Kashruth Council of Canada labels their products with the COR symbol trademark. The COR of the trademark is the acronym for "Council of Orthodox Rabbis". It's Rabbinical and Lay Boards are made up from the whole spectrum of the Orthodox community. It certifies products produced in companies from all 10 provinces across Canada from Newfoundland to British Colombia. Applesandhoney (talk) 19:42, 15 March 2012 (UTC)

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