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Ontario Government Sued Over Inequitable COVID Safety Funding

July 28, 2021 TORONTO – Three Ontario schools are taking the provincial government to court over inequitable distribution of the Safe Return to Class Fund. The schools argue that when the Ontario Ministry of Education distributed the province’s $763 million portion of the federally provided Fund in the fall of

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Protect Your Community – Get Fully Vaccinated

Version française | French Version The COVID 19 virus has affected so many facets of our lives. Fortunately, with the success of the vaccine rollout, we’ve all begun to enjoy more freedom and a return to normalcy. But the fight isn’t over. Some community members have yet to make an

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We Mourn the Loss of a One-of-a-Kind Soul

July 24, 2021 TORONTO – It is with deep shock and sorrow that B’nai Brith Canada reports the sudden passing of our beloved Communications Director, Paul Michaels. As all those who knew him can attest, Paul was among the most caring, genuine and warm-hearted people in our community. As modest

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B’nai Brith Demands Action on Antisemitism

July 21, 2021 OTTAWA — B’nai Brith Canada has been working hard to raise awareness about the recent rise in antisemitism, and to demand it be taken more seriously by the government and the public. Earlier this month, our Chief Executive Officer, Michael Mostyn, wrote an op-ed in Le Devoir,

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Watch: Last Night’s Remembering AMIA Event

Last night, B’nai Brith Canada paid tribute to the memory of the victims of the AMIA attack and their pursuit of justice. Our League for Human Rights conducted a virtual commemoration service, to mark 27 years since the attack. On July 18, 1994, the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) Jewish

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B’nai Brith Hails Rejection of Your Ward News Appeal

July 16, 2021 TORONTO — B’nai Brith Canada has learned that the editor-in-chief of a notorious antisemitic and misogynistic Toronto publication has lost his bid to appeal his conviction for promoting hate. James Sears, otherwise known as “Dimitri the Lover,” was found guilty alongside Your Ward News publisher LeRoy St.

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