Watch Here Over 1000 people tuned in on March 23, 2023 to our townhall Unity Not Uniformity: Unpacking the Controversy where expert panelists Professor Adam Dodek, Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur...Read More
The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) joins Jewish Federations across Canada in celebrating and encouraging the progress of the Canada Disability Benefit Act. This has been a longstanding...Read More
Join CIJA and Jewish Federations across Canada at Democracy in Action in Ottawa on October 16-17, 2023. Democracy in Action will assemble hundreds of representatives from Jewish communities and organizations...Read More
Samidoun (Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network) is a security threat. Operating in Canada, Samidoun has direct affiliation and ties to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) – an organization that has been placed on the list of terrorist entities.
As seen in attacks on Jewish communities in Pittsburgh, San Diego County, Jersey City, and Monsey, as well as on mosques in Christchurch and elsewhere, online threats can – and often do – lead to real-world violence.
Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, an effective but flawed tool in combating online hate speech, was removed in 2013. This left a gap in the effort to protect Canadians from hate speech that could be addressed in several ways