The Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League signed lineman Khalif Mitchell Wednesday, drawing criticism from Canada's Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs.
Attorney Gilad Paz says that when two key ministers launched anti-BDS efforts, ‘I started to feel the ground burning under my feet.’
Change in uniform code will better reflect diversity of Canada and encourage Muslim women to join the force, says Mounted Police commissioner.
Human rights complains have been filed against Monika Schaefer, who describes the Holocaust as 'the most persistent lie in all of history.'
Oberlander, an ethnic German born in Ukraine, claims to have been a low-level interpreter who was conscripted under duress, that he never took part in killings and that he would have been shot had he tried to escape.
The Canadian premier toured the concentration camp together with a survivor who now lives in Toronto.
Judy Foote, the federal minister responsible for Canada Post, issued an order on June 6 against the future delivery of Your Ward News, a free, low-budget newspaper sent to homes in the east end of Toronto.
The court chose not to review two lower court rulings that blocked the transfer of a deceased man's estate, estimated at $250,000, to an American white supremacist group.
Kathleen Wynne made the suggestion following the defeat of a motion last month in the Ontario legislature that condemned the BDS campaign as the 'insidious new face of anti-Semitism.'
After being barred entry into Canada, Dieudonné M’bala M’bala entertains a loyal audience of 600 remotely.