CANADA: Unhappy Experiment

Since its incorporation 25 years ago, the Toronto suburb of Forest Hill Village has grown into a typical, well-to-do community, with handsome houses .set off by spacious lawns from the tree-lined streets. Its civic boosters proudly call it "the richest square mile of residential area in Canada." The village has also become the chief residential zone of prosperous Toronto Jews, who today make up 40% of its 18,-ooo inhabitants. There has been little anti-Semitic friction in Forest Hill, however; the village long has been proud of that.

But under Forest Hill's placid...

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