Jewish Students in Canadian Universities: The Rise and Fall of a Quota System

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Title
Jewish Students in Canadian Universities: The Rise and Fall of a Quota System
Abstract
An examination of the quota systems in Canadian universities up to the 1960s that were placed on Jewish students wishing to pursue a higher education. Among the universities that had a Jewish quota, according to the author, were McGill University and Sir George Williams University (now part of Concordia university). The one Montreal university that apparently did not place a quota on Jewish students was the Université de Montréal.
Publication
Canadian Content: The McGill Undergraduate Journal of Canadian Studies
Pages
147-171
Date
Spring 2009
Language
en
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Citation
Fineberg, Sheri. “Jewish Students in Canadian Universities: The Rise and Fall of a Quota System.” Canadian Content: The McGill Undergraduate Journal of Canadian Studies (Spring 2009): 147–171. https://www.mcgill.ca/files/misc/CANADIAN_CONTENT_JOURNAL.pdf#page=148.
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