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Report an Incident

Please note: If your incident is an emergency, please contact the police immediately.

If you have been the victim of antisemitism, please fill out the incident report form below. Some helpful tips, to make sure that we can best assist you:

  • Include as much information as possible in your report. The more detailed information we have, the more effective we can be in helping you determine the next steps
  • If appropriate, take photo or video evidence of the incident, and mention it in your report. We will contact you to determine how best to send it
  • Please indicate in your report if you would like someone to contact you to follow up

Once you submit a confidential report, a representative will be in touch within 1 business day to follow up.

The information provided to B'nai Brith will be kept in the strictest confidence. Your name, location or identifying information will not be shared or published without your consent. 

While we cannot take legal action on your behalf, there are a number of things we can do to assist. First, we can help you to understand the steps necessary in filing a complaint with the police (and in many cases, connect you with hate crimes units in your area), assist you in filing a complaint with other agencies (e.g., the Human Rights Commission), or help you to find legal representation. We may also act as an advocate on your behalf, writing letters of support or offering expert statements to proceedings.

Finally, we maintain detailed statistics on the rates and types of antisemitism being experienced in Canada, which we use to make recommendations to law makers, governments and officials. Simply adding your voice to our files, and sharing your experience, adds weight to our advocacy efforts. 

Alternatively, please call our 24/7 Anti-Hate Hotline at 1-800-892-2624

Have you experienced antisemitism, racism or discrimination? Report an Incident