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Antisemitic Priest Barred from Canadian Archdiocese

An image of Fr. Rydzyk, second from left, at an event in Poland (New York Times) September 17, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada EDMONTON – A figure with a long history of inciting hatred has been denied a platform in Canada following community and B’nai Brith Canada advocacy. Continue reading

Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce and B'nai Brith to Join Forces

September 16, 2020 TORONTO - B'nai Brith Canada and the Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC) are thrilled to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between our organizations.  Continue reading

B’nai Brith to PM: Throne Speech Should Confront Antisemitism

An image of the Senate (Canada.ca) September 14, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada OTTAWA - In advance of the Speech from the Throne in nine days, B’nai Brith Canada has written Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterating the importance of confronting antisemitism during this challenging time of COVID-19. Continue reading

Our Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau

P.O. Box #77510 Sheppard Plaza Post Office                                                                                                 Toronto, Ontario                                                                                                 M3H 2W0                                                                                                   September 4, 2020   The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, P.C., M.P. Prime Minister of Canada House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario    K1A 0A6   Dear Prime Minister, B’nai Brith Canada wrote you November 20, 2019, to assure your government of our firm support in continuing efforts by the Government to combat antisemitism, hate crimes and hate speech, and further address the challenges facing Canada’s Jewish community. Continue reading

Congratulations to Manitoba's Diverse Minds Contest Winners!

September 10, 2020 We're thrilled to congratulate the winners of last night's Diverse Minds creative writing competition in Manitoba. Continue reading

Tackling Online Hate and Antisemitism: B’nai Brith Urges Government Action

An image of Parliament Hill in Ottawa (National Post) September 10, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada OTTAWA - B’nai Brith Canada is pushing for forthright action by the Government of Canada to confront online hate and antisemitism. Continue reading

China’s Human Rights Abuses Can't Be Ignored: B'nai Brith Canada & Uyghur Leaders

B'nai Brith Canada CEO Michael Mostyn (left) holds a torch alongside fellow dignitaries at a 2008 Parliament Hill event about China's abuse of the Uyghurs (Epoch Times) September 4, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada OTTAWA - B'nai Brith Canada is joining with leaders of the Uyghur community to demand that Canada, the United Nations and all world leaders take concrete steps to bring China's brutality against the Uyghur people to an end. Continue reading

B'nai Brith Committee Leader Helps Launch New Mobility App

Eddie Rice (right) with former Ontario lieutenant-governor David Onley (Canadian Jewish News) September 3, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada TORONTO - B’nai Brith Canada's League for Human Rights is proudly supporting the launch of a new app to help make life easier for Canadians with disabilities. Continue reading

Prominent Neo-Nazi Recruiter Finally Before the Courts in Montreal

Gabriel Sohier Chaput a.k.a. "Charles Zeiger"  August 28, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada MONTREAL – Nearly two years after B'nai Brith Canada alerted both police and the Jewish community to one of the internet's leading neo-Nazi influencers, the culprit is finally due to appear in court. Continue reading

Street Honouring Nazi Captain Must Be Renamed

Third Reich Naval Captain Hans Langsdorff (Getty Images) August 17, 2020 B'nai Brith Canada TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada is urging a Greater Toronto Area municipality to rename a street dedicated to a Nazi battleship captain who fought in the Second World War. Continue reading
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