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Bathurst Jewish Community Centre
4588 Bathurst St.,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 1W6
(416) 636-1880
(416) 636-5813
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BJCC provides fitness, recreational, special needs and sports programs. Activities for children and seniors. Day camp and early childhood services.
Programs also include Stroke Recovery, Hebrew Club for the Blind, Parkinson's support group and MS support group.

Bernard Betel Centre For Creative Living
1003 Steeles Ave. W,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3T6
(416) 225-2112
(416) 225-2097
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A vibrant community centre with over 40 years in providing high quality recreational, educational, community support and wellness service to seniors living in the community.
Provides high quality recreational, educational and fitness courses to seniors 55+. Also offers health promotional lectures, health screening clinics, chiropody, nutrition and social work counselling, home support services and religious services. Kosher cafeteria. Facilities for bar mitzvahs, engagement parties and special celebrations. Kosher catering available.

Beth Chabad Israeli Community Centre
1136 Centre Street, Suite 209,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, L4J 3M8
(905) 709-7770
(905) 709-7917
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The BCIC is a central resource for any Israeli immigrant, regardless of their religious affiliation. The Chabad Israeli community is characterized by a warm, family spirit and an attitude of acceptance and genuine caring. All Hebrew-speakers are encouraged to contact us.
Programs are all in Hebrew and include Holiday and life-cycle celebrations, classes, Women;s group, Bar and Bat Mitzva preparation, Synagogue services, personal counseling, charity fund for emergency situations, spiritual advice and guidance, children's programs and social and cultural gatherings. Most programs and Shabbat or holiday services are held at the Chabad Lubavitch Centre, 770 Chabad Gate in Thornhill.

Borochov Cultural Centre
272 Codsell Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M3H 3X2
(416) 630-9444
(416) 636-5248
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Cultural centre that houses a synagogue, seniors group, etc.
Kol Yisroel is Conservative style synagogue located in the Borochov Cultural Centre. Weekly Shabbat services are held in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Bar and Bat mitzvah and other special occasions are held. No membership fee. High Holy Day services are held in the main hall in the Centre.

Family Resource Centre
1 Promenade Circle, Suite 313,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, L4J 4P8
(905) 882-8509
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Drop in centre located on the third floor of the Promenade in Thornhill. Ages are from birth to 6 years.
Daily craft, kosher snack, music circle and a weekly Shabbat party. Children's programs and parenting workshops available throughout the year. Toy and parenting library. A joint program of Jewish Family & Child, Bathurst Jewish Community Centre and UJA Federation.

Jewish Caucasus Community Centre
100 Antibes Drive, suite 203,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3N1
(416) 986-7583
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Caucasian Jews or Gorsky Jews originate from the Caucasus Mountain region in the southwest of the former Soviet Union.
The Jewish Caucasus Community Centre was established in September 2007 to help Caucasian Jews integrating in Canadian society and Toronto's Jewish community, while also maintaining their "self-defining" cultural and linguistic identities. The vision of the Jewish Caucasus Community Centre is having one centre where the Caucasian Jews can receive cultural, educational, recreational, social or financial services. The community centre was established to be used for workshops, programs, athletics, drama, art, dancing, music, handicrafts, hobbies and recreation for the general public. The JCC includes the cultural and recreational programs (including women, children, youth and senior programs), Jewish holiday and cultural activities, social and immigration services, Jewish education and post secondary education services, communication and publications, etc.

Jewish Russian Community Centre of Greater Toronto
5987 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 1Z3
(416) 222-7105
(416) 222-7812
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Orthodox - affiliated with Lubavitch
Main office for the synagogues, minyanim and services that make up the JRCC. Includes the Institute of Jewish Studies, Exodus Magazine, Gen J for Young Adults, JRCC Hebrew School, Pre-school + Day Care and Holiday Programs.

Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre
750 Spadina Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 2J2
(416) 924-6211
(416) 924-0442
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The Miles Nadal JCC provides recreation, pre-school, nursery school, after school programs, sports, children's activities, cultural arts, music classes, seniors activities, holiday celebrations.
MNJCC also offers Sunday Morning Study Series, Movie Nights, Adult Education classes including Conversational Hebrew and Yiddish. Also has community choir. MNJCC also has the Al Green Theatre which presents theatre events, music series, and film programs through rental and co-production. Formerly known as the Bloor Jewish Community Centre.

Schwartz Reisman Centre (SRC)
4600 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3V2
(416) 849-1010
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The Schwartz/Reisman Centre is committed to developing a vibrant community in York Region.
The Centre is characterized by its diversity, unity, compassion, generosity and commitment to Israel and the Jewish values.

Winchevsky Centre
585 Cranbrooke Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6A 2X9
(416) 789-5502
(416) 789-5981
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Toronto's centre for secular Jewish culture and education.
An inclusive contemporary & welcoming community offering a wide variety of cultural, social and educational programs with a progressive humanistic perspective. Home to the United Jewish Peoples' Order, Toronto's Secular Jewish Community School (comprised of Kinder Kapers for toddlers), the Morris Winchevsky School (SK-Grade 5), Bnai Mitzvah Program (Grades 6-7) and Youth Theatre Ensemble (for teens), Camp Naivelt, Toronto Jewish Choir and the Velvl Katz Yiddish Reading Circle.