Canadian law mandates that national elections be held on the third Monday in October in the fourth calendar year following the previous election.
New Democratic Party candidate Rana Zaman also compared Israel to Nazi Germany.
One Jewish leader called the law “reckless,” and some Jewish-majority municipalities have passed motions promising not to enforce the measure.
The election date on Shemini Atzeret is discriminatory, a Jewish candidate and a Jewish voter say, because it prevents observant Jews from voting.
He also allegedly vandalized the place with anti-Semitic slurs.
“Stop racism now,” he said while burning the flag.
B’nai Brith Canada officials said the rise in anti-Semitism seems to be a “new normal.”
It was the fourth attack on the café in the last five months.
Mayor Brian Bowman said her history of “racialized identity politics” and criticism of Israel meant she shouldn’t be invited to speak in the city.
Is a bill in Quebec to ban teachers from wearing a kippah or hijab a form of ethnic cleansing?