The Nizkor Project: Remembering the Holocaust (Shoah)

1995 Audit of
Anti-Semitic Incidents

The Current Climate - Highlights of Issues and Trends

The decline of the neo-Nazi movement in Canada has not resulted in a drop in levels of reported anti-Semitism over the last two years. Instead, the sources of anti-Semitism have diversified and become more diffuse. 1995 was dominated by several issues which served to increase tensions and anxiety within the Jewish communities across the country, namely: the situation in Quebec, increased incidents of anti-Semitism in the media, the targeting of Jews by proselytizing missionary groups, and the proliferation of hate propaganda via the Internet.

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