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.
Version française | French Version The COVID 19 virus has affected so many facets of our lives. Fortunately, with the success of the vaccine rollout, we’ve all begun to enjoy more freedom and a return to normalcy. But the fight isn’t over. Some community members have yet to make an
To: Meric Gertler President, University of Toronto Keith Adamson Chair, Membership Committee University of Toronto Faculty Association Brenda Austin-Smith President, CAUT Dear esteemed leaders, For the past year and a half, Jewish faculty members at the University of Toronto have been sounding the alarm about unchecked antisemitism
The past month has been extremely difficult for Canadian Jews. We have witnessed Jewish businesses boycotted, Jewish organizations targeted, Jewish students intimidated, and Jewish citizens assaulted, all ostensibly triggered by the recent conflict between Hamas, an organization long recognized by Canada as a terrorist entity, and Israel. What is most
Pour le français, voir ci-dessous April 29, 2021 OTTAWA – People all over the world have spoken out this week to demand justice for Sarah Halimi. B’nai Brith Canada wants to help turn these calls for justice into action. CLICK HERE to add your name to a petition that we
CLICK HERE TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THIS PETITION The Honourable Karina Gould Minister of International Development House of Commons Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 Dear Minister Gould, As concerned citizens, we call for the Government of Canada to immediately suspend its funding of the United Nations Relief and Works
December 10, 2020 OTTAWA – B’nai Brith Canada is calling on the public to demand justice for the Uyghur people, including an end to the Chinese government’s persecution of the Uyghurs and other minorities. In a virtual event Thursday, Ran Ukashi, National Director of B’nai Brith’s League for Human Rights,