The exhibit will be on display in the month of June.
For nearly 250 years, the Jewish community has made important contributions to life in Canada, from human rights and architecture to government and the arts. This valuable legacy is explored in a new, multi-panel exhibition, supported by an extensive website. The exhibition, prepared by volunteers and funded by private donations, has been displayed at the Canadian National Capitol Commission, at the Canadian War Museum, and in 17 cities across Canada, and is now making its way to the United States. The US-Canada border is the longest undefended border in the world. Mount Zion is proud to be the first Minnesota host.