Northern Exposure: The Jewish Federation in Canada
Steven M. Drysdale
Journal of Jewish Communal Service
Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA)
The most significant feature that Canadian federations, which represent the vast majority of Canadian Jewry, have in common is their differences from federations in the United States. These differences stem from fundamental premises of Canadian culture, as well as the role historically played by United Israel Appeal of Canada. Canadian Jewry must continue its quest to define itself as a Diaspora distinct from that of the United States. In Journal of Jewish Communal Service, v.72 no.1-2, Fall/Winter 1995/1996.
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