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Saskatchewan Man Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Promoting Antisemitism Following B’nai Brith Canada Advocacy and Testimony

Cliquez ici pour le français Oct. 20, 2022 The former leader of the now-defunct Canadian Nationalist Party has been sentenced to one year in jail by a Saskatchewan judge for promoting hatred against Jews. The sentencing comes years after B’nai Brith Canada advocacy led to an investigation and charges against Travis Patron. An associate of B’nai […]

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Saskatchewan Man Found Guilty for Promoting Antisemitism After B’nai Brith Canada Advocacy and Court Testimony

Cliquez ici pour le français Oct. 6, 2022 Estevan, Sask. –The former leader of the now-defunct Canadian Nationalist Party has been found guilty by a jury in southeast Saskatchewan of promoting hatred against Jews. The decision comes years after B’nai Brith Canada advocacy led to an investigation and charges against Travis Patron, 29. It took a

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B’nai Brith Granted Intervener Status in Court Case Concerning Jewish Judge

  March 14, 2022 OTTAWA – The Federal Court has granted intervener status to B’nai Brith of Canada League for Human Rights for an upcoming case about a Jewish judge, rejecting opposition from parties who sought to exclude the Jewish human rights organization from the legal process. The case concerns Justice David Spiro. Justice Spiro

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Appellate Court Re-Opens Door for “Product of Israel” Labels on Targeted Wines

May 5, 2021 OTTAWA – In brief reasons released today, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has quashed a lower ruling that had barred “Product of Israel” labels for wines produced east of the Green Line. In July of 2020, the Federal Court had ruled that it was “false, misleading or deceptive” for wines produced by

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