Canadian Young Judaea was established by Bernard Joseph at the 15th Zionist Convention in Winnipeg in 1917. Acting as the youth wing of Canadian Hadassah-WIZO and the Zionist Organization of Canada, Young Judaea held biennial and regional conferences and facilitated transnational social contact between members with its Correspondence Club. At weekly meetings, activities included lectures and discussions on Jewish history, current affairs and topics related to Zionism.
By 1925, there were 75 clubs across Canada and by 1935 national membership reached 5,000.Louis Rasminsky served as national vice-president in 1926.A. M. Klein served as editor of The Judaean, the movement's magazine, from 1928 to 1932 and as national president in 1934. Young Judaea became officially affiliated with HaNoar HaTzioni in 1950.
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