Toronto

My first cousin Zara’s grandson, Alon Gold

Meeting My Cousin Zara Smushkovich

Meeting My Cousin Zara Smushkovich

Toronto, Canada 30 July 2017 I meet my first cousin Zara Zeldin Smushkovich again after 42 years. It is a delightful reunion at a restaurant and then at her condo. The only other time we met was in…

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Getting There

Meeting My Cousin Zara Smushkovich

Shmoozing in Toronto

Books by Renate Krakauer and David Woolf

Jewish Studies Centre

History of the Jews in Toronto – Wikipedia

History of the Jews in Toronto – Wikipedia

The History of the Jews in Toronto refers to the history of the Jewish community of Toronto, Ontario. Jews have resided in Toronto since the early 19th century. Since the 1970s, the city has been home to the largest Jewish population in Canada and become a centre of Jewish Canadian culture. Toronto’s Jews have played an important role in the development of the city.

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Mame Loshn Yiddish Exhibition at Robarts Library

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Robarts Library

Robarts Library – Wikipedia

The John P. Robarts Research Library, commonly referred to as Robarts Library, is the main humanities and social sciences library of the University of Toronto Libraries and the largest individual library in the university. Opened in 1973 and named for John Robarts, the 17th Premier of Ontario, the library contains more than 4.5 million bookform items, 4.1 million microform items and 740,000 other items.

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University of Toronto – Wikipedia

University of Toronto – Wikipedia

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Toronto Eaton Centre – Wikipedia

Toronto Eaton Centre – Wikipedia

The Toronto Eaton Centre (corporately styled as the CF Toronto Eaton Centre since September 2015)[2] is a shopping mall and office complex located in the downtown core of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview (CF). It was named after the Eaton’s department store chain that once anchored it before the chain became defunct in the late 1990s.

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