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
Lethbridge University: Say NO to Antisemitism! B’nai Brith Canada is urging the University of Lethbridge in Alberta to investigate one of its professors over suggestions that he has promoted Holocaust denial and other antisemitic conspiracy theories. Anthony Hall, who teaches Globalization Studies, is a proponent of what he refers to
Dear Principal and Vice-Chancellor Suzanne Fortier, On Monday night, three students were removed from the Board of Directors of the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU), McGill’s main student government. All three were targeted for removal either because they are Jewish or have vocally opposed anti-Jewish discrimination on campus. This
Feb. 14, 2018 By Aidan Fishman Interim National Director of the League for Human Rights B’nai Brith Canada OTTAWA – Canadians should be concerned that the country’s third-largest political party will be asked to consider voting for a resolution that aims to eliminate Israel as a Jewish State. B’nai Brith Canada
Dear Mayor Dennis Lever, and Councillors Bulmer, Fielding, Roth and Sepulis, On Dec. 20, 2017, residents of Puslinch Township will ask you to rename “Swastika Trail.” This is your opportunity to stand on the right side of history, and make your town a more welcoming place for all Canadians. Streets
Nov. 23, 2017 PUSLINCH, Ont. – B’nai Brith Canada is calling on Canadians of good conscience from across the country to help remove the name “Swastika Trail” from an Ontario town by signing a petition that will be presented to the town’s council. To sign the petition, click here. On Dec.
Dear Mayor Dennis Lever, and Councillors Bulmer, Fielding, Roth and Sepulis, On Dec. 20, 2017, residents of Puslinch Township will ask you to rename “Swastika Trail.” This is your opportunity to stand on the right side of history, and make your town a more welcoming place for all Canadians.