The Trusts & Estate Group, Lawyers’ Division of B’nai Brith is pleased to invite you to its annual seminar to be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 in Toronto.Read more
B'nai Brith Canada is pleased to offer our supporters an opportunity to help us set our agenda on Holocaust education in Canada.Read more
Competitors face off at the B'nai Brith Invitational Chess Tournament at the Asper Community Centre in Winnipeg
WINNIPEG – It was a "rooking" time at the Asper Community Centre in Winnipeg last Sunday, as B'nai Brith Canada's Midwest Region held its Third Annual B'nai Brith Invitational Chess Tournament.Read more
On Sunday, Oct. 30, B'nai Brith Canada's Midwest Region will be holding its 3rd annual "B'nai Brith Invitational Chess Tournament" at the Asper Community Centre in Winnipeg. Come watch 22 Manitoba chess masters duel it out in five rounds of intense chess competition!Read more
B'nai Brith Canada
To borrow a term from baseball, B'nai Brith Day at the Winnipeg Goldeyes' game this past Sunday was a big hit.Read more
By Jack Borenstein
Special Correspondent, B’nai Brith Canada
Family Day this past Monday turned out to be a wonderful occasion for those who played in, and watched, the First Annual B’nai Brith Canada ice hockey tournament at the Canlan Ice Sport facility in North York, Ont. The tourney was well organized and served as a template to relaunch the B’nai Brith Ice Hockey League, as soon as next season.
Nine under-age-35 (composed of two divisions) and four over-age-35 teams competed in a series of three round-robin games, with the best-record teams advancing to the title games. ‘Wise Guys’ and ‘Adam’ emerged as respective U-35 and 35-O champions and each team received a $300 gift card for use at WEGZ Stadium Bar in Vaughan. Ont. Raffle prizes consisted of Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys, toques, fleeced jackets, gloves and a toaster oven.