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https://www.algemeiner.com/2022/08/09/canadas-refusal-to-disclose-names-of-nazi-war-criminals-outrages-human-rights-group/

B’nai Brith Canada’s frustrations with the federal government’s lack of interest in seeking justice for the nation’s remaining Holocaust survivors and in holding Nazis accountable is chronicled in the article above.

#cdnpoli #antisemitism #justice

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Communities Agree to Cooperate to Fight Bill 96

(Globe and Mail)   CLIQUEZ ICI pour le français   August 2, 2022 MONTREAL – A virtual community forum on Bill 96 saw B’nai Brith Canada given a mandate to clarify the Quebec Government’s willingness to scale back provisions of Bill 96 and to consider a possible lawsuit against the Government

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