The article also claimed that Jews were responsible for the creation of ISIS and called Israel “an emanation of the Devil himself.”
An upset parent called a Jewish group, which contacted the Canadian province’s education minister.
A monument honoring the 1st Ukrainian Division of the Ukrainian National Army, known as the Waffen-SS “Galicia” Division, was vandalized.
In a Facebook post, Canadian Nationalist Party leader Travis Patron describes Jews as “swindlers, “snakes,” and “inside manipulators.”
The owner, whose previous social media posts include “Zionists are Nazis,” says she’s not referring to Jewish people.
“We have a profound lack of diversity at the highest levels in our political leadership and it has always been the case.”
Police were investigating the attack as a possible hate crime but face the challenge of finding out when the incident actually happened.
Online harassment made up most of the 2,207 incidents recorded in 2019, up 8% from the previous year.
“Unfortunately, we too have become a victim of COVID-19,” Canadian Jewish News president Elizabeth Wolfe wrote.
Jewish Canadians streaming from Florida to outrun the coronavirus unwittingly helped stoke one of the highest virus-positive rates in Quebec.