Ontario

North Bay Mayor Recognized For Leadership in Combating Antisemitism

From left to right: Michael Mostyn, Mayor Al McDonald, Marvin Rotrand, Councillor Mac Bain   May 17, 2022 NORTH BAY- The Mayor of North Bay was honoured at a ceremony today by B’nai Brith Canada for his efforts in combating antisemitism in the city. Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada, and Marvin …

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B’nai Brith Gathers Answers From Parties to Help Voters in Ontario

May 13, 2022 TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada is inviting Ontario voters to take note of the responses given to election-survey questions it posed via email to the province’s political parties. These questions, answered by the Ontario Progressive Conservatives and the Ontario New Democratic Party but not by the Ontario Liberal Party, relate to issues important …

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We are hiring! Community Engagement – Program Coordinator

Job Description B’nai Brith is seeking a candidate to recruit, schedule and coordinate our volunteer bingo program, as well as Seniors programs.  These programs will include but are not limited to our daily seniors’ program, our clothing donation pop up shop, our bi-annual food bag program, the Holocaust Education programs, and more. The candidate would …

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Welcoming Marvin Rotrand – New National Director of the League of Human Rights

For the first time in 40 years, Marvin Rotrand’s name was not on the ballot paper for Montreal’s municipal elections. The longest-serving councillor, who represented the Snowdon district for 39 years under eight different mayors, has left city politics for a new position. As National Director of B’nai Brith’s League of Human Rights, he is …

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Emergency Afghan Refugee Relief Campaign Continues

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. Many are facing difficulties, from …

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