A Glimmer Of Hope For Religious Minorities in the Middle East: HRC In True North Centre

The signing of the Abraham Accords between Israel, Bahrain and the UAE reflects a changing Middle East. The peace accords also had the impact of increasing freedom for religious minorities. On March 21, Honest Reporting Canada discussed the glimmer of hope for traditionally persecuted minorities in the Middle East in True North. Since the signing […]

True North Centre Covers HRC Insider Briefing with John Baird and Jacques Saada

True North Centre’s Sam Eskenasi covered HRC’s Insider Briefing webinar with Hon. John Baird and Jacques Saada on July 26, observing that these “former ministers say Trudeau government’s international blunders cost security council seat.” “Canada embarrassed itself by changing a vote [on #Israel] to curry favor with Islamic World,” according to former Foreign Minister John […]

HRC Webinar: Behind the Headlines “An Insider View of Canada-Israel Relations”

On Sunday July 26 at 8pm ET, HonestReporting Canada hosted an exclusive behind the headlines webinar which gave an insider’s view of Canada-Israel relations. Featuring an incredible panel consisting of Hon. John Baird, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Conservative Cabinet Minister and Hon. Jacques Saada, former Liberal MP and Cabinet Minister; these political veterans […]

Even Palestinians Don’t Want A Boycott of Israel

Writing on the CBC News website on March 16, HonestReporting Canada Executive Director Mike Fegelman lauds Canadian parliamentarian’s for their overwhelmingly condemnation of BDS while calling out BDS activists for what they are: bigots, hate-mongers, and many who are virulent anti-Semites whose very efforts run contrary to the best interests of Palestinians. To view HRC’s […]

CBC Commissioned Vote Compass Singles Out Canadian Support for Israel

When participating in the CBC commissioned Vote Compass survey tool, many HonestReporting Canada subscribers were alarmed that Canadian support for Israel was singled out. Vote Compass, which has in the past been accused of skewing results in favour of the Liberal Party of Canada, describes itself as “an educational tool developed by political scientists designed […]