The Regional Executive, the principal legislative body of Canadian Jewish Congress in Ontario, was named from among the members of the Dominion Council, itself named at Plenary Assemblies. Consisting of between 25 to 40 people, the Regional Executive usually met monthly. Its function was to approve or veto issues of policy and to consider matters arising from comittees.
Scope and Content
Series consists of meeting minutes, notices and correspondence of the Regional Executive Committee.