History of the Jews in Canada facts for kids
The history of the Jews in Canada is the history of Canadian citizens who follow Judaism as their religion and/or are ethnically Jewish.
- Early history (1759-1850)
- Growth of the Canadian Jewish community (1850-1939)
- World War (1939-1945
- Post-war (1945-1999)
- Canadian Jews today
- Jewish culture in Canada
- Images for kids
Early history (1759-1850)
Growth of the Canadian Jewish community (1850-1939)
Jewish settlement in the West
Growth and community organization
World War (1939-1945
Canadian Jews today
Jewish Canadians by providence or territory
Jewish Canadians by city
Jewish culture in Canada
Museums and monuments
Images for kids
Jewish soldiers fought in the Canadian military during World War II.
Israeli Canadians and Jewish Canadians celebrating Yom Ha'atzmaut in Toronto.
Dedication of the new Synagogue, Kirkland Lake, Ontario. Rabbi Joseph Rabin carrying the Torah, 1929
The Canadian Jewish Farm School in Georgetown, Ontario was established in 1927 and served as a training school for Polish war orphans brought to Canada after the First World War
History of the Jews in Canada Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.