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Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada Collection

Canadian Jewish Congress. National Archives.

Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada Collection

supplementary finding aid = Services canadiens d"aide aux immigrants juifs : guide supplementaire.

by Canadian Jewish Congress. National Archives.

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Published by Canadian Jewish Congress, National Archives in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada,
  • Jews -- Canada -- Charities.,
  • Jews -- Migrations.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesServices canadiens d"aide aux immigrants juifs, guide supplementaire
    SeriesJIAS of Canada Supplementary Series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV3193.C2 C45 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[7 leaves]
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14906081M

      Daniel Soyer's Jewish Immigrant Associations and American Identity: is an ambitious, dizzying volume of American Immigrant History. It offers many examples of how the landsmanshaftn incorporated the American ideology of mutual aid, and how they grew from supplying simple community benefits to endorsing political s: 2. JEWISH IMMIGRANT AID SERVICES OF CANADA A non-Profit Agency Serving Jewish Immigrants, Refugees, and Communities since Bathurst Street, Suite Toronto, Ontario, M3R 3V3 Tel: Ext Fax: E-mail: [email protected]

    This book focuses principally on the first post-war generation from the late s to the mids: a generation of reconstitution. Moreover there will be increasing numbers of aged people who will require Jewish social services, a trend that was apparent by , Immigration and Integration in Canada (Montreal: Jewish Immigrant Aid.   Emigration and immigration sources list the names of people leaving (emigration) or coming into (immigration) a country. Because Jews emigrated at various time periods throughout the centuries and went to many different countries, the records that were kept vary from time period to time period and place to place. Records prior to the 18th century, if they .

    A diverse assortment of synagogue records and bulletins, material on Jewish life in small towns across Ontario, Jewish Immigrant Aid Services and Jewish refugee files, and other items help round out the picture. There is more of interest to family historians in the OJA’s extensive holdings than can be neatly summarized here. The Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, through the Hicem, Hias, Ica, and Emigdirekt, has appropriated $6, for the year for Jewish immigrant aid in Canada.


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Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada Collection by Canadian Jewish Congress. National Archives. Download PDF EPUB FB2

SinceJIAS has been welcoming and settling Jewish immigrants and refugees. Today, we are the only Jewish agency in Canada solely dedicated to the settlement of immigrants and refugees. We are looking forward to celebrating our th anniversary in In preparation for this milestone, we will be planning some exciting events.

JEWISH IMMIGRANT AID SERVICES OF CANADA (JIAS), one of the oldest chartered nonprofit settlement organizations in over 80 years JIAS has been the voice of the Canadian Jewish community on issues of integration and resettlement in Canada and has Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada Collection book in the settlement of hundreds of thousands of Jewish immigrants to Canada.

The agency continues. Jewish Immigrant Aid Services The Jewish Immigrant Aid Society of Canada was established in by the newly-formed Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC). A Toronto branch was established in Toronto in a storefront office on Spadina Avenue, but the organization was rudimentary, and as the enthusiasm that spurred the founding of CJC died out, JIAS.

Our professional staff provide expert outreach, support, counseling, training, referral services and English language programs supported by our funders -- Citizenship and Immigration Canada, UJA Federation, and the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration -- and by working in partnership with our network of government funded agencies, immigrant.

The Jewish Immigrant Aid Society of Canada was established in by the newly-formed Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC). A Toronto branch was established in Toronto in a storefront office on Spadina Avenue, but the organization was rudimentary, and as the enthusiasm that spurred the founding of CJC died out, JIAS soon faltered.

JIAS Canada serves as the voice of the Canadian Jewish community on issues of immigration, re-settlement and information in Canada. Champions the cause of new immigrants and refugees by positively influencing Canadian immigration laws, policies and practices, and by ensuring that they are humane in nature and responsive to the needs of potential newcomers.

Playing a major role in refugee integration and support work beginning in the s, the Jewish Immigrant Aid Society (JIAS) was a cornerstone of Jewish community services in Montreal for almost ninety years. JIAS was an autonomous organization first envisioned by the Canadian Jewish Congress in Jewish Immigrant Aid Services.

C Doncaster Street Winnipeg, MB R3N 2B2. P: () F: () [email protected] Services in Winnipeg provided by Jewish Child and Family Services, Resettlement Department.

Print; Jewish Community Center 18; Jewish Immigrant. Toronto Office. Lipa Green Building. Bathurst St. Suite Toronto, ON M2R 3V3. Toronto English Language School (LINC) 15 Hove Street Toronto, ON M3H 2S1.

HIAS works around the world to protect refugees who have been forced to flee their homelands because of who they are, including ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities. The Wexler Oral History Project has collected many stories about the Jewish immigrant experience, both to the United States and to other parts of the world.

was an infant when his family immigrated to Canada from a Displaced Persons camp in While Canadian regulations restricted Jewish immigration at the time, Gonshor's father gained. The 12 Jewish communities affiliated with the Canadian office of the Council of Jewish Federations share responsibility for the Canadian Jewish Congress, student services at Canadian universities, a Jewish continuity commission, the Canada-Israel Committee, the Jewish Immigrant Aid Services, a detailed analysis of census data on Jews and other.

Jewish Immigrant Aid Services (JIAS) Toronto is a Sponsorship Agreement Holder and a settlement agency. As a Sponsorship Agreement Holder, we work with Constituent Groups throughout the community to sponsor, welcome, and integrate refugees from Syria, Iraq, Eritrea, and.

Gottesfeld family in Sonnefeld, Sask. (JCA Collection. Alen Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives) By the early decades of the 20th century, the story of Jewish economic history in Canada becomes broken up into sub-narratives defined by geography, industry and social class.

Generalizations become more difficult. During this time the Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada (JIAS), which was established in the early s, continued its efforts to lobby the government while directly assisting Jewish immigrants. With the end of the war, Canada's policy changed and from – a large wave of immigrants came to Canada.

Jewish Immigrant Aid Services (JIAS) and Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada provide for the integration of Jewish immigrants to Canada. There are also a number of women community organizations: Na’amat Canada, Hadassah-WIZO Council of Vancouver, Emunah Women of Canada, National Council of Jewish Women, Ladies Auxiliary of Louis.

Jewish Immigrant Aid Services Montreal no longer exists. It merged with two other organizations (Jewish Family Services and Jewish Employment Montreal) in to form a new organization called Agence Ometz.

Quebec Other Categories: Montreal Jewish Community» Organizations» Social. Collection includes materials on Jewish Immigrant Aid Society, Canada.

Consult the finding aid, which will help locate correspondence and some immigrant lists from specific European countries to Canada for the period of YIVO Record Group National Jewish Welfare Board, Bureau of War Records.

Include data cards on individuals in. =Jewish Community Centre of Ottawa fonds 1; AJA 50 + fonds = Active Jewish Adults 50 + fonds 1; Agudath Achim Congregation = United Brethren Congregation fonds 2; Agudath Israel Congregation fonds 38; Ami Hai Israeli Dance Company fonds 1; Archibald and Lillian Freiman family fonds 4; Arie van Mansum fonds 5; Beth Israel (Pembroke) Congregation fonds 7.

JEWISH IMMIGRANT AID SERVICES (JIAS) ; JEWISH WOMEN INTERNATIONAL OF CANADA = JWIC: formerly B'nai Brith Women. 1; JIAS Montreal Client Cards 36; JIAS Montreal Immigrant Case Files ; KENEDER ADLER 16 More. Names. Apply. View Jewish Immigrant Aid Services () location in Ontario, Canada, revenue, industry and description.

Find related and similar companies as well as .Assisted by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid society and the National Council of Jewish Women, the immigrants received temporary housing, food, clothing, medical care, and instruction in English.

As laws outlawing discrimination in housing were passed during the ’s, Jews moved to urban suburbs, established new temples and synagogues, and started.JEWISH IMMIGRANT AID SERVICES OF CANADA (jias)JEWISH IMMIGRANT AID SERVICES OF CANADA (jias), one of the oldest chartered nonprofit settlement organizations in Canada.

For over 80 years jias has been the voice of the Canadian Jewish community on issues of integration and resettlement in Canada and has helped in the settlement of hundreds of thousands of Jewish immigrants to Canada.