Audit of AntiSemitic Incidents
The Annual Audit serves as the authoritative document on antisemitism in Canada. It is regularly cited by media outlets, public officials, NGOs, and government bodies.
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2019 Audit Report
2018 Audit Report
2017 Audit Report
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May 3, 2019 QUEBEC CONFIDENTIAL | By Mike Cohen MONTREAL – B’nai Brith Canada released its 2018 Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents this week. Representatives Harvey Levine (Director, Quebec Region), Ted Greenfield (Past President), Alan Adel (Co-Chair, Advocacy and Policy Committee) and Jerry Tarasofsky (Board Member) have all been asked to comment
April 29, 2019 OTTAWA – For the third consecutive year, records were set in 2018 for antisemitism in Canada. The 2018 Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents, produced by B’nai Brith Canada’s advocacy arm, the League for Human Rights, recorded 2,041 incidents of antisemitism, a 16.5 per cent increase over the previous year.
Quebec Confidential The opinions, facts and any media content presented do not necessarily reflect the position of B’nai Brith Canada. April 25, 2018 MONTREAL – It was more than two years ago that then Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre was participating in a focus group on antisemitism, with the League for Human Rights
April 24, 2018 By Daniel Koren Media Coordinator B’nai Brith Canada The year 2017 set records for antisemitism in Canada. B’nai Brith Canada’s Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents reports that 2017 was the second consecutive year in which record numbers were reached. The authoritative study on antisemitism in Canada, the Audit recorded 1,752 incidents,
1. Supported Jewish students on campus. B’nai Brith Canada was active in helping Canadian students fight antisemitism on campus this year. In Montreal, after students were unfairly targeted for supporting pro-Israel causes, our petition to McGill Principal Suzanne Fortier prompted her to investigate and condemn the incident. In a separate incident at McGill,
June 29, 2017 This week marks the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the first in the Harry Potter series. It might seem strange to bring that up here, in an opinion piece for B’nai Brith Canada, but as a fan of the series I think it