Okay, this brought up the question of Canadian Jewish demographics. The numbers are inexact but there seem to be approximately 370,000 Jews in Canada out of a population of around 32,000,000.
The census numbers seem a bit low. For example, the Manitoba Jewish community believes there are 14,000 Jews in Winnipeg with an influx of 600 new families since 2002. The census counts a total of 13,040 Jews in all of Manitoba.
Anyway, here is a very rough and inexact breakdown of Canada’s Jewish population:
Ontario – 200,000 (probably 180,000 in Toronto; 13,000 in Ottawa)
Quebec – 90,000
British Columbia – 21,250 (Victoria has a synagogue built in 1863)
Alberta – 11,100
Nova Scotia – 2,120
Saskatchewan – 865
New Brunswick – 670
Newfoundland Labrador- 140
Prince Edward Island – 55
Yukon – 35 (out of total pop of 28,500)
North West Territories – 30
Nonavut – 10
In every province, including Nonavut, Muslims outnumber Jews.
Obviously, the odds of finding a Jewish partner in life are highest in Ontario and Quebec. And Israel.