Anti-Semitism hit a record-high in Canada in 2016, with a 26 percent increase in anti-Jewish incidents from the previous year, B'nai Brith Canada's Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents shows.
More than 1,700 anti-Semitic incidents were reported across Canada.
B'nai Brith, which describes itself as the Canadian Jewish community's "preeminent human rights agency," recorded more incidents of anti-Semitism in eight of the past 10 years.
Incidents of Holocaust denial, a particular form of anti-Semitism, significantly increased last year. Holocaust denial comprised 5 percent of total reported anti-Semitic acts in 2015, but skyrocketed to 20 percent of total incidents in 2016.