The feds can be more forthright to condemn Nazi glorification and anti-Semitism in Europe, says a leading Jewish Canadian advocacy group.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre right, meets with Latvian Prime Minister Māris Kučinskis, opposite him, last week during Mr. Trudeau's visit to the European nation. Photograph courtesy of Harjit Sajjan's Twitter
The Prime Minister’s Office is staying quiet on whether Justin Trudeau discussed concerns over creeping anti-Semitism and Nazi glorification in Europe with the Latvian prime minister or NATO leaders during his recent trip abroad.
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