Calls To Action
B’nai Brith regularly initiates grassroots campaigns to drive positive societal change. Only together can we succeed in our quest for a more civil Canada.
Past Campaigns and Petitions
Pour le français voir ci-dessous May 4, 2022 OTTAWA – For more than two years, B’nai Brith Canada has been leading the struggle to expel a dangerous antisemitic terror group from Canada. Today, it’s your turn to make your voice heard. Last week, journalist Terry Glavin exposed the Khaled Barakat scandal in the National Post. Despite
Dec. 05, 2021 TORONTO — B’nai Brith Canada is standing in solidarity with a Jewish trustee of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) who is facing persecution for speaking out against antisemitism. In May, in the midst of a controversy over materials distributed by TDSB equity advisor Javier Dávila, trustee
B’nai Brith sent an open letter to Irwin Cotler, Canada’s Canada’s Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism. The letter calls for a four-point plan that: Encourages legislation to be tabled in Parliament in the coming weeks to combat a disturbing increase in online hate; Invites the Special
TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada and Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) are partnering with the Afghan Women’s Organization Refugee & Immigrant Service and The Neighbourhood Organization to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghan refugees. Thousands of Afghan refugees are being resettled in Canada because of the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
B’nai Brith Canada is excited to announce that we are launching this country’s first anti-hate mobile app. The app is free and available on both Android and Apple platforms. It is also available in both English and French. This app allows members of the public to instantly report a hate
Many were upset by the decision of Ben & Jerry’s to stop selling ice cream in the West Bank. This is another example of Israel being unfairly singled out because the company has no plans of halting its sales in other countries riddled by conflict. B’nai Brith did not just