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When does B'nai Brith intervene in the court?

When does B'nai Brith intervene in the court?

B'nai Brith will regularly intervene before the courts to defend human rights as a matter of public policy for all Canadians. In recent years we have intervened in a number of cases, some all the way to the Supreme Court. Some of the most notable cases with which we have been involved in recent years have been R v Keegstra, McCorkell v Streed, The Air India Trial, and B'nai Brith's lawsuit against the Federal Government of Canada regarding the failure to list of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. 

 

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