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Protégez votre communauté – Faites-vous entièrement vaccine

Version anglaise | English Version Le virus de la COVID19 a affecté de nombreuses facettes de nos vies. Heureusement, avec le succès du déploiement du vaccin, nous avons tous commencé à profiter de plus de liberté et d’un graduel retour à la normale. Mais le combat n’est pas terminé. Certains membres de la communauté n’ont …

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B’nai Brith Canada’s Volunteer of the Month: The Sadeh Family

B’nai Brith Canada has introduced a new feature that is being posted regularly at www.bnaibrith.ca/volunteer-with-us. This feature allows us to pay tribute and express gratitude to exceptional volunteers who have given their time and energy to further the missions of our grassroots, human-rights organization. We are grateful and proud of — Alon and Helen Sadeh …

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OMNI Cuts Ties with Arabic-Language Program following B’nai Brith Complaint

June 30, 2021 TORONTO – Canada’s largest multicultural television channel has pledged to no longer broadcast an Arabic-language program after B’nai Brith exposed antisemitic rhetoric used by the program online. Lama TV, founded and produced by Lama Aggad, describes itself as “the largest Canadian Arabic TV show that airs on OMNI and OMNI 2 National Television channels.” OMNI, in turn, …

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SPECIAL REPORT: Last Month’s Surge of Antisemitism Far Worse Than First Thought

Warning: Graphic and Violent Events Discussed OTTAWA – Calls to rape Jewish women. Rocks thrown at peaceful protesters. Nazi emblems in our streets. From coast to coast, Canada’s Jewish community came under assault on multiple fronts throughout the month of May, 2021. And we’re talking about unprecedented ways. B’nai Brith Canada’s staffers were overwhelmed by …

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OUR APPEAL TO CANADIANS:  Stand with the Jewish Community in the Face of 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 frightening is not the brazen …

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B’nai Brith Canada’s Volunteer of the Month: Linda Hartum

B’nai Brith Canada has introduced a new feature that is being posted regularly at www.bnaibrith.ca/volunteer-with-us. This feature allows us to pay tribute and express gratitude to exceptional volunteers who have given their time and energy to further the missions of our grassroots, human-rights organization. We are grateful and proud of — Linda Hartum’s love of …

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Harvey Levine – Passionate, Caring and a Mensch Through and Through

It is with deep sorrow that B’nai Brith Canada shares the sad news tonight that Harvey Levine, our veteran Regional Director in Quebec, passed away this morning after a courageous battle with cancer. “Harvey was passionate in his love for the Jewish community and for Israel,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith …

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B’nai Brith Canada Rejects Allegations by Teachers’ Union

An image of the University of Toronto April 30, 2021 TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada welcomes the University of Toronto’s support of recommendations made recently by former Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cromwell – but rejects the inappropriate censure of the university by the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT). These sentiments were expressed clearly in …

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