JSpaceCanada condemns adoption of Bill 21 in Quebec

JSpaceCanada deplores the recent adoption of Bill 21, Quebec’s new secularism legislation that bans the wearing of religious symbols by public sector employees.

“Not only does Bill 21 trample on rights guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but its consequences disproportionately affect minority communities, including Jews, Muslims, and Sikhs,” said Dr. Karen Mock, President of JSpaceCanada.

Job posting for Social Justice summer intern plus special upcoming event

JSpaceCanada is hiring for a summer position, a Social Justice Intern, to help expand our outreach to diverse communities and partners, and to assist with invigorating our social media platforms. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about the issues and implementing exciting programs, and also understands that in small non-profit organizations there is both high level and mundane administrative work to do.

Statement on May 2019 rocket attacks

JSpaceCanada strongly condemns the barrage of rockets launched from Gaza at Israel over the past two days by militants from Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
We are deeply concerned by this escalation of violence, in which four Israelis and several Palestinian civilians have been killed, with countless more wounded. We admire the defiance of Israeli communities in the South, who have been subject to rocket attacks for nearly two decades.Statement on May 2019 rocket attacks Click To Tweet

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