Canadian Jewish Congress Reports on Aid to Immigrants in Two Cities
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Canadian Jewish Congress Reports on Aid to Immigrants in Two Cities

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A total of $83, 546 was spent by the Canadian Jewish Congress in the last three months of 1964 for various assistance programs for Jewish immigrants in Montreal and Toronto, conducted by organizations in these cities, according to data released by the CJC today. Most of the funds went to the Jewish Immigrant Aid Services in the two cities.

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