The nation had a fifth consecutive record-setting year of antisemitic incidents in 2020, nearly half related to COVID.
Montreal and Toronto were especially hard hit, but incidents occurred elsewhere prior to the cease-fire reached last week.
The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, a Jewish advocacy organization, said in a statement that it was “deeply disappointed” by the ruling.
Canadian Jewish groups decried the vandalism, with Rabbi Reuben Poupko of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs calling it “vile.”
In a Facebook post, Canadian Nationalist Party leader Travis Patron describes Jews as “swindlers, “snakes,” and “inside manipulators.”
Police were investigating the attack as a possible hate crime but face the challenge of finding out when the incident actually happened.
Jewish Canadians streaming from Florida to outrun the coronavirus unwittingly helped stoke one of the highest virus-positive rates in Quebec.
The trip, called “Face to Face,” leaves at the end of the month and includes visiting Palestinian areas of the West Bank.
Hassan Guillet’s past has included celebrating the release of a pro-Hamas activist Raed Salah, who said Jews were behind the 9/11 attack.
The publication promoted Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic blood libel claims and published columns justifying rape.