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The Jewish community of Sudbury, Ontario

Canadian Jewish Congress. Central Region. Research Committee

The Jewish community of Sudbury, Ontario

a self survey.

by Canadian Jewish Congress. Central Region. Research Committee

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Published in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- Ontario -- Sudbury,
  • Sudbury (Ont.)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCommunity self-surveys series -- 5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[20] leaves. map, chart, tables.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14813109M

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    A Reform Jewish camp located in Parry Sound, Ontario, for children from age 7 – Camp Shomria in Canada A Zionist Secular Jewish camp located in Perth, Ontario, for children from age 7 – Camp Solelim A Zionist Jewish camp located in Sudbury, Ontario. Central Canada (mainly Ontario) has generally been the largest destination for Finns, followed by British Columbia, record (ON) (BC) Finns in Several small rural Finnish communities were established in Alberta and Saskatchewan.. Today, the communities of Thunder Bay, Sudbury Alberta: 16,

    Sudbury, officially Greater Sudbury (French: Grand-Sudbury), is a city in Ontario, is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population, with a population of , at the Canadian Census. By land area, it is the largest in Ontario Province: Ontario. Greater Sudbury is 3, square kilometres in area, making it the geographically largest municipality in Ontario and second largest in Canada. Greater Sudbury is considered a city of lakes, containing lakes and and the largest lake contained within a city, Lake Wanapitei. In , Greater Sudbury .


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The Jewish community of Sudbury, Ontario by Canadian Jewish Congress. Central Region. Research Committee Download PDF EPUB FB2

We are an unaffiliated community-led synagogue in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. We strive to provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere as well as a meaningful, inspiring, participatory prayer experience.

We. Included are Shaar Hashomayim cash receipt books for donations and membership dues, income and expense ledgers, bank reconciliation statements, a change of address notice, list of members of the Jewish Community of Sudbury, B'nai Brith Sudbury Lodge No.

membership record book, and a letter from the Canadian Jewish. The project culminated with the release of a selection of their work in a book entitled Treasures of a People: The Synagogues of Canada (Toronto: Lest & Orpen Dennys Limited, ).

Following the publication, the authors donated their research and photographs to the Ontario Jewish. Unlike many other small towns, Sudbury had two Jewish residents during the early years who declared themselves to be rabbis.

The first was Rabbi David Wichefsky, who arrived aroundbringing his wife Esther. As one of the first Jewish children born in Sudbury, future hockey star Sam Rothschild received Ontario book early Hebrew education from Rabbi Wichefsky.

Pagnucco, Frank. Home grown heroes: A sports Ontario book of Sudbury. Sudbury: Miller Publishing, Sam Rothschild, the son of Annie and Dan Rothschild.

Please email [email protected] with any questions. First night of Rosh Hashanah – Sunday October 2nd. Evening Service pm. First day of Rosh Hashanah – Monday October 3rd. Morning Service am, Shofar approx. Community. He later purchased the Sudbury Hotel at Elgin and Van Horne.

These early settlers thrived and some even moved into grand homes, like Dan Rothschild's family. They constructed a large brick home on Elm Street, importing all of the bricks from Montreal.

The Rothschild home. WelcomeWelcome to the Chabad Center of Sudbury!An open community that is dedicated to Jewish education, values and continuity. Covid Community Response & Resources Community Help.

Category: Sudbury Community. Articles relating to life in the Sudbury Jewish community. Posted on Febru SIN, REPENTANCE AND FORGIVENESS. SIN, REPENTANCE AND FORGIVENESS: AN INTERFAITH DIALOGUE OF JEWISH. Join the MetroWest Jewish Community for a Zoom Shavuot celebration on May 28th PM.

For more information and to register click on title. For more information and to register click on title. May 7, Ontario Jewish Archives, accession /6. Hannah Suk Cammy and reunion co-chair Vivian (Ironstone)Field. Hannah (Suk) Cammy lived in Sudbury from Vivian (Ironstone) Field was another prominent community member during the s.

She is the granddaughter of one of the first wave of Jews to settle in Sudbury during the s, Hyman Ironstone. You can contact us by the following methods: All email inquiries: [email protected] Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue: Sha’ar Hashomayim Synagogue John St.

Sudbury, Ontario. Friends of Wahnapitae Lake and River, Sudbury, Ontario. 1K likes. We are a group of concerned citizens interested in maintaining and enhancing the health and beauty of Lake Wahnapitae and the Followers: K. Prior to establishing the Chabad Center of Sudbury Rabbi Freeman served as the Rabbi of the Greystone Jewish Center in Yonkers, NY.

Languages include English, Hebrew, Yiddish and Spanish. Rabbi Freeman. This item is a copy print and corresponding negative of a group of students standing in front of the Jewish community center and Hebrew school in Sudbury, Ontario. Front row, from left to right:. The Journey of a Sefer Torah from Cairo, Egypt to Montreal, Canada by Jacques Abourbih.

The two decades following Israel’s war of independence in were a time of great upheaval for all the Jewish. Max Silverman (Aug – October 5, ) was a Canadian ice hockey manager and politician.

As president and general manager of the Sudbury Wolves, Silverman and coach Samuel Rothschild Born: AugNew York City, New York, United. This is a list of people from the Canadian city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. It includes people from all communities and nations within the current city boundaries.

This list is incomplete ; you can help by. The History of the Jews in Toronto refers to the history of the Jewish community of Toronto, Ontario, have resided in Toronto since the early 19th century. Since the s, the city has been home to the largest Jewish population in Canada and become a centre of Jewish.

Early life. Rothschild was born in Sudbury, Ontario, to Daniel and Annie Rothschild, the city's first Jewish settlers. Daniel Rothschild was a merchant in the city, whose retail and office property is listed Played for: NHL, Montreal Maroons, Pittsburgh Pirates.

John St, Sudbury, ON P3E 1P4 Get directions We are an unaffiliated lay-led community in Sudbury, strive to provide a warm,welcoming atmosphere as well as a Location: John St, Sudbury, P3E 1P4, ON.Young Judea convention at Jewish Community Centre, Sudbury [graphic material] – [ca.

]. Level Item ID Item Source Archival Descriptions. Level Item Item Material Format graphic material Date [ca. ] Toronto, Ontario .In a small city like Sudbury, Ont., where I live, we sometimes trick ourselves into believing that the Jewish community is more unified than it really is.

Because we’re so small, we don’t have the luxury Author: Emily Caruso Parnell.