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[15 Sep 2018 | Comments Off on Groups tell BC Attorney General: End Complicity in Violations of Int’l Law | ]
Groups tell BC Attorney General: End Complicity in Violations of Int’l Law

“We wish to bring to your attention our concerns about Israeli wines, many of them produced in the Occupied Territories, which are being sold in our publicly owned BC Liquor Stores…The wines in question are either from the Galil Winery, which is a joint venture with the Golan Heights Winery (the name of which speaks for itself), or from the occupied West Bank, including the illegal Gush Etzion settlement bloc around Jerusalem. Two wines of particular note are the Efrat Judean Hills Kosher and Vision Malbec, both produced by the Israeli Teperberg Winery…We do not wish to be made complicit in these violations of international law.”
Response to David Eby’s brief reply and refusal to meet with representatives.

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[10 Mar 2012 | Comments Off on Boycott The Jim Pattison Group‏ | ]

The following is a statement issued by the Canada Palestine Association, Vancouver.
The list of group and individual endorsers is at the end of the statement.
We hope you support this statement by endorsing it and check back for further updates on the campaign.
Thank you.

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[29 Aug 2011 | Comments Off on Boycott Canadian Tire | ]

Below is a letter Canada Palestine Association sent to the CEO and President of Canadian Tire regarding their carrying Israeli products, including those from illegal settlements. CPA is calling on supporters and friends to boycott all Canadian Tire outlets and to cancel their Canadian Tire credit cards.

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[16 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Boycott Cactus Club | ]
Boycott Cactus Club

Don’t Drink with Apartheid, It’ll Surely Ruin your Appetite!

Cactus Club, a chain of restaurants in Western Canada, is carrying one of the Galil wines labelled from Israel on its wine list. Despite several attempts to engage with their management on this issue (see letter below), they have not even acknowledged receiving our messages; rather, they have chosen to ignore the human rights principles at stake. We must let Cactus Club know that many of its customers find this offensive and that it will affect our decision to patronize their restaurants.