‘B.C. Trade School Crosses The Line’

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“After receiving a legal letter from ‘B’nai Brith Canada’, a trade school in British Columbia {Canada} has reversed a discriminatory policy of rejecting Israeli applicants based on their nationality, which it conducted in contravention of the ‘BC Human Rights Code’. It is not known how long this unofficial ban on Israeli nationals has been in place.

“On January 31, 2017, the ‘Jerusalem Post’ published an article about Stav Daron, an Israeli engineering student and amateur carpenter whose application for enrolment at the ‘Island School of Building Arts’ (ISBA) – a trade school located on Gabriola Island, BC – was turned down for no reason other than him being an Israeli national. Continue reading “‘B.C. Trade School Crosses The Line’”