From its origins as a confederation of kingdoms in the 13th century, Canada was a nation divided by political factions and political agendas.
One of the largest nations in the Middle Eastern world, Canada’s first elected government was made up of religious minorities.
But even before Confederation, Canada had a long history of dealing with its religious divisions.
In 1858, after years of civil war and persecution, the first Jewish immigrants arrived in Canada.
They were welcomed by the newly formed Liberal government, but by 1868, Canada could no longer count on the help of the Jewish community.
The country became divided between those who believed in Judaism as the religion of the Jews and those who did not.
The conflict between these two groups became known as the First World War.
This was also a time of political and religious upheaval in Canada, with many Jews fleeing the country and some returning to Palestine.
The war forced many of Canada’s religious minorities to become politically active.
For many of them, the conflict was a defining moment.
After the war, Canadian Judaism began to change and grow.
As the country began to recover from the conflict, Jewish organizations began to grow and spread.
Today, Jewish groups exist in all parts of Canada.
In the 1990s, a group of Canadian rabbis founded a synagogue in Ottawa called the Temple of the Prophets.
Today the temple is home to more than 100 congregants and many Jewish students.
A few years ago, the Temple moved into a more prominent spot on Parliament Hill.
The building houses the Canadian Council of Chief Rabbis and a branch of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
Canadian Jewish communities are now more diverse than ever before.
They have a range of religions and belief systems, and the number of people who belong to them has grown.
One aspect of diversity that Canada’s Jewish communities have in common is the lack of a religion.
While Canada is home of the most Jews in the world, the number is not growing.
The number of Jewish people living in Canada is about 2.5 million people, according to the 2015 census.
That is up from 1.7 million in 2000.
According to the census, there are more Jews living in Quebec, New Brunswick and Manitoba than in any other province in Canada: Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Yukon.
to Statistics Canada, there were about 4,500 Jews in Canada in 2012, an increase of 8,600 from 2005.
This growth was largely due to immigration.
According the Canadian Jewish Congress, the Canadian population of Jews in 2017 was about 8 per cent higher than the number in 2010.
As Canada’s population has grown, so has the number and diversity of Jewish communities in Canada and the world.
There are more than 700 Jewish congregations in Canada with around 5,000 to 6,000 active.
They are based mostly in the west, the north and the east, with Jewish communities scattered throughout the country.
Canada’s largest Jewish community is in Montreal.
There is also a thriving Jewish community in the Toronto area.
In Montreal, there is the Jewish Community Centre and the Jewish Museum.
There’s also the Montreal Jewish Centre for International Affairs and the Montreal Synagogue.
There also is a Jewish community centre in Toronto.
Jewish communities around the world have their own unique set of challenges.
In recent years, there has been a significant rise in anti-Semitism and discrimination against Jews in various parts of the world and in Canada’s own country.
In 2017, the U.S. president of the United States, Donald Trump, issued a controversial executive order banning citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United State, including Canada.
The order was quickly blocked by a court, but the Trump administration appealed the ruling.
Earlier this year, there was a spike in anti of anti-Semitic attacks in Canada following the election of Donald Trump as the United Nations General Assembly president.
This led to a series of protests in Toronto in early December against the ban on immigration from certain countries, including Israel.
The protests were largely peaceful.
In March, the Ontario government declared a state of emergency in the province of Ontario after anti-Jewish incidents.
The provincial government is facing a significant funding crisis, with only $2.6 million available for 2017.
The Canadian Jewish Federation says the number that can be raised for the state of the province’s social services is expected to fall in the coming years.
Some of the concerns about the state are related to the federal government’s decision to revoke the citizenship of the president of Israel and the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, as well as the leader of the Israel Defense Forces, Benny Gantz, after it was revealed that they voted in favour of the bill.
The state of Israel is considered a Jewish state, but many Canadians feel that Israel’s policies and behaviour are racist and discriminatory.
Some Jewish groups say that while they believe in Israel’s right to exist