Monday, 28 October 2013

Stats Show Quebec's Jewish Population Has Stopped Declining

FSWC Reports:


Despite a growing secularism in Quebec, most recently sparked by a bill that seeks to ban visual religious wear on public employees, the Jewish community’s decades-long exodus from Quebec seems to have plateaud.

An analysis of Canada’s 2011 census suggests that Quebec’s Jewish population had not dropped below the 90,000 threshold, a stat that was a concern for Quebec’s Jewish community.


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