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Question 1: [11] David Lewis did not actively take part in a religious service again until his granddaughter Ilna's ________ in the late 1970s.
MikvehJewish servicesBar and Bat MitzvahBrit milah

Question 2: The anti-socialist crusade by the Ontario Conservative Party, mostly credited to the ________ (OPP) special investigative branch's agent D-208 (Captain William J.
Toronto Police ServiceYork Regional PoliceOntario Provincial PoliceRoyal Canadian Mounted Police

Question 3: It was also known that his Bundist politics meant that he did not support the creation of the state of Israel, which did not sit well with the mostly ________ community.
ZionismAntisemitismReligious ZionismCanaanism

Question 4: His involvement with the USW also led to a central role in the creation of the ________ in 1956.
Canadian Labour CongressCanadian Auto WorkersClaude JodoinUnited Auto Workers

Question 5: The scholarship examining board included the then-president of the ________ (CPR), Sir Edward Beatty.
Canadian National RailwayUnion Pacific RailroadCanadian Pacific RailwayVia Rail

Question 6: He was national secretary of the ________ (CCF) from 1936 to 1950, and one of the key architects of the New Democratic Party (NDP) in 1961.
Ralliement créditisteCo-operative Commonwealth FederationBloc QuébécoisBloc populaire

Question 7: Starting in 1963, at the age of 26, he was elected to the ________.
39th Legislative Assembly of OntarioLegislative Assembly of OntarioDalton McGuintyOntario general election, 2007

Question 8: [33] The debate was on the resolution "That the ________ is a menace to International good will" and, Lewis was one of the participants for the "Aye" side.
British EmpireNauruInformal EmpireBarbados

Question 9: Woodsworth, T. C. Douglas, M. J. Coldwell, Stanley Knowles, etc., – were informed by the Social Gospel of the ________ Protestant-movement.
ChristianityCatholic ChurchJesusChristian

Question 10: After World War I it became a Polish border town, occasionally occupied by the Soviet Union during the ________ of the early 1920s.
Bar ConfederationNovember UprisingKiev Offensive (1920)Polish–Soviet War
















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