By Tevy Pilc
B’nai Brith Canada
Politicians from across Canada took time out of their busy schedules today to send Yom Kippur greetings to the Jewish community.
Canada extends its best wishes to all Jewish Canadians and Jewish communities abroad on this most holy day #YomKippur pic.twitter.com/Mn6D38Gmht
— Canada (@Canada) October 11, 2016
Tzom Kal & G'mar Chatima Tovah to all of those observing Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. #YomKippur
גמר חתימה טובה pic.twitter.com/5r5NCz1tTl
— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) October 11, 2016
Wishing #Jewish community in #YorkCentre, across Canada & around the world, a meaningful #YomKippur & an easy fast G'marChatimaTova #cdnpoli
— Michael Levitt ???????? (@LevittMichael) October 11, 2016
To my Jewish friends in Canada and abroad; Have a blessed time of introspection, reflection, fasting and prayer for Yom Kippur.
— David Sweet (@DavidSweetMP) October 11, 2016
Read our Leader @brownbarrie’s statement on Yom Kippur: https://t.co/OhJNb95dir #onpoli #YomKippur
— Ontario PC Party (@OntarioPCParty) October 11, 2016
Thornhill MP Peter Kent made a video message on Facebook wishing Jews an easy fast, and according to his itinerary, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be attending a Yom Kippur service in Montreal this afternoon.