2 edition of Canadian Jewish Congress National Archives found in the catalog.
Canadian Jewish Congress National Archives
Canadian Jewish Congress. National Archives.
|Other titles||Guide to boxed collections., Guide des collections en boîtes.|
|LC Classifications||Z6621 .C342 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
Archives Director, Canadian Jewish Congress National Archives, Montreal. Ms. Rosen also serves on the Board of the Association of Canadian Jewish Studies and is the Secretary of the Institut québécois d'études sur la culture juive. The Canadian Jewish Congress national archives in Montreal and the Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre in Toronto hold photos of signs from the era with the following messages: “Christians Only – Jews Not Allowed”; “No Jews Wanted;” “Jews Not Allowed”; and several examples of “Gentiles Only.”.
Canadian Jewish Congress, RG 76, volume , file B, microfilm C Juvenile Inspection Reports (RG 76 C4c) Immigration officials created inspection report cards as they carried out regular inspections of British Home Children brought to . Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives (formerly Canadian Jewish Congress National Archives) Collects documentation on all aspects of social, political, and cultural history of the Jewish presence in Quebec and Canada. Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.
Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives (formerly Canadian Jewish Congress Charities National Archive) The collection includes 75 interviews on VHS and audio tapes and is currently being digitized. At present, the collection is only accessible to researchers. From to , Montrealer Dorothy Reitman served as president of the Canadian Jewish Congress, the first woman to head the national representative organization of Canadian Jews. Goldie Hershon, also from Montreal, served in the same post from to
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The Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives (formerly known as the Canadian Jewish Congress Charities Committee National Archives) is a program of Jewish Federations of Canada-UIA, and is supported by the Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal's Alex Dworkin Foundation for Jewish Archives, through Federation CJA.
Following the cessation of operations of Canadian Jewish Congress and its charitable trust, on January 1, the Archives. National Archives of Canada, Ottawa & Canadian Jewish Congress, Montreal (Archives of the Holocaust) [Troper, Harold, Draper, Paula] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
National Archives of Canada, Ottawa & Canadian Jewish Congress, Montreal (Archives of. The Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives is a program of Jewish Federations of Canada-UIA.
Previously known as the Canadian Jewish Congress CC National Archives (CJCCCNA), the Archives was established by the Canadian Jewish Congress in Our general mandate is to collect and preserve documentation of the Jewish presence in Quebec and Canada.
Source: Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives. We, at Library and Archives Canada (LAC), can appreciate first-hand the importance of legacy projects.
Our own building at Wellington Street, along a corridor which includes Parliament and the Supreme Court, was opened in as a.
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The H.M. Caiserman Book. Montreal: Northern Printing and Lithographing Co., Medres, Israel. Montreal of Yesterday. Montreal: Vehicule Press, *Images courtesy of Canadian Jewish Congress Charities Committee National Archives and the Jewish Public Library Archives.
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IV s/n Z coded 'EE-L'. Foster had just come back off of leave early on the 25th of May. To access the database of our collection descriptions please visit the Canadian Jewish Heritage Network ().
The CJHN is a partnership between the JPL Archives, the Canadian Jewish Congress Charities Committee National Archives, the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre, as well as several other contributing members.
The authors point out that they soon found that neither the three Jewish Members of Parliament nor the Canadian Jewish Congress were able to gain any support in government circles. Saul Hayes, to whom this book is dedicated, became the executive director of a special Jewish refugee organization.
CJC remained the national organization of Canadian Jews for many years – lobbying for, and defending, their rights. For instance, it launched pressure campaigns in an effort to allow Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union.
Init became an organ of the Canadian Council for Israel and Jewish Affairs, and init was officially disbanded. The Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives was established in under the aegis of Canadian Jewish Congress, and the records of the former CJC are an important presence among the hundreds of large and small collections received over the years from individuals and groups.
(Montreal, PQ) – ‘Canadian Jewish Congress Charities Committee National Archives’ will now be known as the ‘Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives’.
The decision to rebrand followed the formal cessation of operations of Canadian Jewish Congress and its charitable trust in late November The Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives is a national program now operating.
"Bialystok makes an enormously important contribution to Canadian Jewish history and to the broader field of ethnic studies. He has brought a new approach to bear and has explored sources hitherto untapped in the archives of the Canadian Jewish Congress and the National Archives of Canada.5/5(1). Jewish calendar for the Canadian Armed Forces in World War II, published by the Canadian Jewish Congress.
The immediate predecessor to the CJC was formed in by the Montreal chapter of Poalei Zion, a working class Labour Zionist organization. They were soon joined by thirteen other organizations, mostly other chapters of Poalei Zion and the Arbeiter Ring, in forming the Canadian Jewish arters: Sparks Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
By the plight of post-war Eastern European Jewry and the need for a united community voice for Canadian Jewry led to the creation of the Canadian Jewish Congress.
Its founding meeting was held on Ma in Montreal. Books from the Canadian Jewish Congress gift on display at the National Library in Source: Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives. We, at Library and Archives Canada (LAC), can appreciate first-hand the importance of legacy projects.
The front page of the first edition of the Kendeder Odler, Aug Canadian Jewish Congress National Archives. The first Yiddish newspaper in Canada, the Keneder Odler (The Canadian Eagle), appeared in Montreal in The award-winning Canadian Jewish News (CJN) is Canada’s largest, weekly Jewish newspaper with an audited circulation of nea and read by more thanpeople each week.
These books are available in the Archives Library Information Center at the National Archives Building downtown and at College Park. We also have over genealogical CD-ROMs available for use in the Library downtown.
(See the Genealogical CD-ROMs web site.) If you have suggestions for books that we should add to this list, please e-mail us at [email protected] Contents: [table. The Canadian Jewish Congress National Archives in Montreal holds the records for the National Joint Community Relations Committee, which contains some files on the Ontario Region, as they reported to the National office.
The whereabouts of the B’nai Brith records pertaining to the Central Region activities are currently unknown. The archives, formerly the Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) national archives, moved one year ago from its longtime premises in the downtown Samuel Bronfman Building, now owned by Concordia, to a commercial building on Jean Talon Street, near Victoria Avenue.
The larger, airier space is more conducive to such visits than the old facility was. This was especially true for the Canadian Jewish Congress records. In a box of records from the Canadian Jewish Congress, Pacific Region’s Multiculturalism Committee, we found an organization structure chart from This chart helped us better understand the organization and informed the arrangement of our records.The Canadian Jewish Congress is an umbrella group of Jewish organizations in Canada and constitutes one of the main lobby groups for the Jewish community in the country, although it often competes with the more conservative B'nai Brith Canada in that regard.
At present, the co-presidents of the CJC are Sylvain Abitbol and Rabbi Dr. Reuven Bulka and its chief executive officer is Bernie Farber.