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Before the War
The Holocaust
Liberation
Displaced Persons Camps
Where Can We Go?
The Journey
Welcome to Canada
New Lives
Canadian Immigration Overview
VII. Becoming Canadian
When I see my children and grandchildren growing up in this wonderful, multicultural city of ours, I am more convinced than ever that we must learn to tolerate each other regardless of race, colour or religion. I ask young people to resist all forms of discrimination in their schools, including bullying or exclusion of any kind. I tell them this as someone who saw what prejudice can lead to when it goes unchecked.
David's Map
I. Gherla, Transylvania
II. Deportation
III. Auschwitz
IV. Death March
V. Realizing the Loss
VI. Coming to Canada
VII. Becoming Canadian