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June 18, 2021 OTTAWA — B’nai Brith Canada is calling for a change to the way hatred is dealt with in this country — namely, that hate crimes against all minorities must be fought together in a united effort. B’nai Brith has just issued a policy paper detailing steps that can bring this ideal
June 17, 2021 PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. – A vessel owned by an Israel-based company managed to unload its cargo at a northern British Columbia port last night, following an ultimately unsuccessful blockade effort by anti-Israel extremists. The ship in question is the Volans, a Liberian-flagged container ship carrying cargo for ZIM,
15 juin 2021 MONTRÉAL – Un restaurant casher local ramasse les morceaux après avoir subi des dommages lors d’une attaque récente qui, selon la police de Montréal, pourrait être un crime haineux. Dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi, des inconnus ont fracassé la porte d’entrée de Chez Benny à
June 14, 2021 MONTREAL – A local kosher restaurant is picking up the pieces after suffering damage in a recent attack that Montreal police are investigating as a potential hate crime. On Sunday night, unknown assailants shattered the front door of Chez Benny in Ville Saint-Laurent with a rock, then
June 14, 2021 VANCOUVER – An attempt by anti-Israel activists to obstruct Israel-linked shipping off Canada’s west coast has failed, B’nai Brith Canada has learned. On Tuesday, a coalition of anti-Israel groups gathered at Woodland Park, just south of the Port of Vancouver, and marched to the Port in an attempt to obstruct
An image of IRGC members (Washington Post) June 11, 2021 OTTAWA – B’nai Brith Canada is baffled and disturbed that the Canadian government has failed to comply, three years after the fact, to a parliamentary motion to list Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist entity. Tomorrow will mark the third
CLICK HERE TO READ THE OP-ED Our CEO, Michael Mostyn, just penned an important op-ed for the Toronto Star. It urges Canadians, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, to learn about the long and fascinating history of the Jewish nation and our origins in the land of Israel. Too often, contemporary political discourse erases
June 8, 2021 TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada condemns in the strongest possible terms what appears to be a hate-motivated mass murder that killed four members of a Muslim Canadian family in London, Ont. this weekend. It is reported that the family was specifically targeted because they were identifiably Muslim.
National Post: Michael Mostyn: Anti-Semitic boycott of University of Toronto is a threat to diversity of thought in academia
Our CEO, Michael Mostyn, penned an op-ed in the National Post about the Azarova case at the University of Toronto. CLICK HERE to read it in full.
Our CEO, Michael Mostyn, appeared on The Daily Edition with Matt Gurney to discuss the recent rise of anitsemitism in Canada. CLICK HERE to listen to the full interview.