Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae, whose wife Arlene Perly is past vice president of the Canadian Jewish Congress, met with Netanyahu on his official visit to Canada in February this year, and afterwards said the visit "gives all Canadians the chance to reflect on the deep friendship and strong ties between Israel and Canada".
What does CJC stand for?
CJC stands for Canadian Jewish Congress (Congrès Juif Canadien)
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We have 93 other meanings of CJC in our Acronym Attic
- Central Jersey Basketball League
- Collectif Jazz de Basse Normandie (French: Lower Normandy Jazz Collective; Normandy, France)
- Conservatoire et Jardins Botaniques de Nancy (French: Nancy Conservatory and Botanical Gardens; Nancy, France)
- Consiliul Judetean Bistrita-Nasaud (Romanian: County Council Bistrita-Nasaud)
- Caribbean Jewel Beach Resort
- California Junior Bull Riders Association
- Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science (various universities)
- Coastal Jazz and Blues Society (Canada)
- Cal Japan Club (University of California, Berkeley)
- Camberley Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
- Canadian Joint Council
- Canadian Journal of Chemistry (est. 1929)
- Canadian Journal of Communication
- Canadian Judicial Council
- Canberra Japan Club (est. 1997)
- Catholic Junior College (Singapore)
- Central Johannesburg College (South Africa)
- Certified Junior Culinarian (American Culinary Federation)
- Chicago Jobs Council
- Chief Justice of Canada
Samples in periodicals archive:
Leaders of the Canadian Jewish Congress felt uneasy with de Corneille's dialogue program.
The Attorney General of Canada, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Jewish Congress, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre and B'nai Brith Canada will be intervening in the Lemire case in support of Section 13, arguing that it is a reasonable restriction on freedom of speech" (Canadian Constitution Foundation Letter of April 28, 2008).
The Just For Laughs festival this week confirmed they had cleared the Navan funnyman to perform at this year's event after discussions with the Canadian Jewish Congress, which had branded his remarks as "repulsive" and "toxic".
But Bernie Farber, of the Canadian Jewish Congress, said: "Surely, there's a better way to explore evil than to throw a swastika on a baby.
Urn, as long as you don't tick off Immigration Minister Jason Kenney or the Canadian Jewish Congress, otherwise shut up and stay out, George Galloway.
There need not necessarily be a conviction for justice to be done," said Bernie Farber, CEO for the Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC).
The Canadian Jewish Congress said Galloway was clearly a risk to Canadians for his "moral and, in some cases, financial support for internationally recognized terrorist organizations".