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Harper says Canada should have denounced anti-Israel UN resolution

In an interview for the Near East Report, published by the America Israel Public Affairs Committed (AIPAC), a bipartisan organization of U.S. citizens committed to strengthening U.S.-Israel relations, Canada’s former Prime Minister said that the nuclear agreement with Iran should be scrapped if the Iranian regime does not comply with it.

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York University’s Glendon College evacuated after threats targeted Jews, Blacks

For the second time this week, buildings at York University’s Glendon College Campus were evacuated after a bomb threat targeted the Jewish and other communities, reported B’nai Brith. This followed a similar incident that took place Tuesday (March 22, 2017). Glendon College Principal Donald Ipperciel said that in the last two weeks there have been six instances of graffiti targeting ...

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2016 police report shows that Jews again are the most targeted community in Toronto

One day before the Parliament is scheduled to debate an “anti-Islamophobia” motion, Toronto Police released its 2016 Hate Bias Crime Statistical Report, which shows that this year, as in every year since 2008, Jews continue to be the most targeted community in Toronto for hate crimes.

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Complaint filed against U of T professor for promoting Israel Apartheid Week

Hasbara Fellowships Canada, the country’s largest pro-Israel campus advocacy organization, received complaints from students about Dr. June Larkin, professor at the Women & Gender Studies Institute at the University of Toronto, who exploited her academic position by promoting Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) which takes place at U of T professor during the week of March 9, 2017.

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BDS referendum fails at King’s University College

On March 15, 2017 a referendum at King’s University College (University of Western Ontario) in London, Ontario which called for a boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel failed because it did not meet the required 30% threshold. Had the referendum passed, it would have given a green light to anti-Israel activists to advocate for divestment from Israeli companies.

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Town Hall meeting to discuss decision to close TanenbaumCHAT’s Kimel campus

Rabbi Lee Buckman, Head of School at TanenbaumCHAT Kimel Family Education Centre (known as TCK) in Vaughan, Ontario sent out an invitation to the TCK student community to partake in a town hall meeting to discuss the decision to merge the Kimel campus into a single campus in the Wilmington location effective September, 2017.

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Trudeau on Purim: We reaffirm “our responsibility to stand against anti-Semitism”

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement on Purim (March 10, 2017): Tomorrow at sunset, Jewish communities in Canada and around the world will join together to celebrate Purim. Purim is a joyous holiday where loved ones wear costumes, exchange gifts, give to charity, and partake in traditional feasts. During this time, friends and family will come together ...

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