List of synagogues in Canada

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A partial list of synagogues in Canada:

Alberta Alberta[edit]

Beth Israel Edmonton Alberta

Calgary[edit]

  • Beth Tzedec Congregation, Calgary, Alberta
  • Chabad Lubavitch of Alberta, Calgary, Alberta
  • House of Jacob, Calgary, Alberta
  • Kehilat Shalom, Calgary, Alberta
  • Temple Bnai Tikvah, Calgary, Alberta

Edmonton[edit]

Hanna[edit]

British Columbia British Columbia[edit]

Richmond[edit]

  • Beth Tikvah Congregation, Richmond, BC
  • Chabad of Richmond, BC
  • Etz Chaim Congregation, Richmond, BC
  • Young Israel of Richmond, BC

Surrey[edit]

  • Center for Judaism of Fraser Valley, Surrey, BC

Vancouver[edit]

  • Ahavat Olam Congregation, Vancouver, BC
  • Chabad of Vancouver, BC
  • Congregation Beth Hamidrash, Vancouver, BC
  • Congregation Beth Israel, Vancouver, BC
  • Congregation Har El, Vancouver, BC
  • Congregation Beth Israel (Vancouver)
  • Congregation Schara Tzedeck (Vancouver)
  • Jewish Synagogue (1914), Melville Street, (Vancouver) designed by Hugh Braunton [1]
  • Lubavitch of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
  • Or Shalom Synagogue, Vancouver, BC
  • Pacific Torah Institute, Vancouver, BC
  • Temple Sholom, Vancouver, BC
  • The Ohel Ya'akov Community Kollel, Vancouver, BC

Victoria[edit]

  • Aish Ha'Torah, Victoria, BC
  • Congregation Emanu-El (Victoria)
  • Jewish Synagogue, 1891 designed by Thomas Hooper (Victoria) [2]
  • Kolot Mayim Temple, Victoria, BC
  • Victoria Society for Humanistic Judaism, Victoria, BC

Manitoba Manitoba[edit]

Winnipeg[edit]

New Brunswick New Brunswick[edit]

Congregation Tiferes Israel, Moncton, New Brunswick

Fredericton[edit]

Moncton[edit]

Saint John[edit]

Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

St. John's[edit]

Nova Scotia Nova Scotia[edit]

Old Synagogue - vacated - Saint John, New Brunswick.

Halifax[edit]

Sydney[edit]

Ontario Ontario[edit]

Congregation Beth Jacob Aberdeen, Aberdeen Avenue West, Hamilton, Ontario

Barrie[edit]

Fort William[edit]

Greater Toronto Area[edit]

Hamilton[edit]

  • Adas Israel Synagogue, Hamilton, Ontario
  • Anshe Sholom Congregation, Hamilton, Ontario, (1931) Hughson Street, designed by William James Walsh [9]
  • Beth Jacob Synagogue, Hamilton, Ontario
  • Chabad Lubavitch of Hamilton, Ontario
  • Jewish Community Center of Hamilton, Ontario
  • Jewish Synagogue (1880-1) Hamilton, Ontario, Hughson Street at Augusta Street, designed by Charles Willer Mulligan [10]
  • United Hebrew Memorial Chapel, Hamilton, Ontario

Kingston[edit]

Niagara Falls[edit]

North Bay[edit]

London[edit]

  • Beth Tefilah Synagogue, London, Ontario
  • Chabad House at University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario
  • Or Shalom Congregation, London, Ontario
  • Temple Israel of London, London, Ontario
  • Synagogue (London) (1899) Richmond Street near Simcoe Street, (London, Ontario) designed by George Craddock [11]

Ottawa[edit]

Owen Sound[edit]

Peterborough[edit]

Sault Ste. Marie[edit]

Saint Catharines[edit]

Sudbury[edit]

Thunder Bay[edit]

Waterloo[edit]

Whitby[edit]

Windsor[edit]

Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island[edit]

Charlottetown[edit]

Quebec Quebec[edit]

Boisbriand[edit]

Côte-Saint-Luc[edit]

  • Beth Chabad Cote St. Luc, Côte-Saint-Luc, Quebec
  • Beth Israel Beth Aaron Congregation, Côte-Saint-Luc, Quebec
  • Beth Zion Congregation Synagogue, Côte-Saint-Luc, Quebec
  • Chaya Mushka Seminary, Côte-Saint-Luc, Quebec
  • Congrégation Juive Francophone Chouva Israël, Côte Saint-Luc, Québec
  • Congrégation Sepharade Or Hahayim, Côte-Saint-Luc, Quebec
  • Congregation Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem, Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec
  • Communauté Sépharade Beth Rambam, Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec

Dollard-des-Ormeaux[edit]

Hampstead[edit]

Montreal[edit]

Mount Royal[edit]

  • Agudath Israel of Montreal (Orthodox), Mount Royal, Quebec
  • Congregation First Mesifta of Canada, Mount Royal, Quebec
  • École Première Mesifta Du Canada, Mount Royal, Quebec
  • Kollel Kesser Torah, Mount Royal, Quebec

La Prairie[edit]

Laval[edit]

  • Centre Sépharade de Torah, Laval, Quebec
  • Chevra Mishnais Jacob Joseph, Laval, Quebec
  • Communauté Sépharade de Laval, Quebec
  • Congregation Beth Abraham, Laval, Quebec
  • Congregation Shaar Shalom (Conservative) Laval, Quebec
  • Young Israel of Chomedey, Chomedey, Laval, Quebec

Outremont[edit]

  • Congrégation Ahavath Israël, Outremont, Quebec
  • Congregation Beth Moishe (1952), Durocher Avenue, Outremont, designed by Reuben Fisher
  • Congregation Toldos Yaakov Yosef of Skver, Outremont, Quebec
  • Congregation Yetev Lev Satmar, Outremont, Quebec

Quebec City[edit]

Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts[edit]

Saint-Laurent[edit]

  • Chabad Ville Saint Laurent and Bois Franc, Saint-Laurent, Quebec
  • Congregation Beth Ora, Saint Laurent, Quebec
  • Communauté Sépharade Hekhal Shalom, Saint Laurent, Quebec
  • Communauté Sepharade de Ville Saint Laurent, Quebec
  • Nétivot Haïm Inc, Ville Saint Laurent, Quebec

Snowdon[edit]

Westmount[edit]

Saskatchewan Saskatchewan[edit]

Edenbridge[edit]

Regina[edit]

  • Beth Jacob Synagogue - Pearl and Max B. Herman Centre. Regina, SK[31][32]synagogue designed by Francis Henry Portnall in 1949.

Saskatoon[edit]

  • Chabad Discovery Centre of Saskatoon. Saskatoon, SK
  • Congregation Agudas Israel - Jewish Community Centre. Saskatoon, SK
  • Congregation Shir Chadash. Saskatoon, SK

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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