Canada's Supreme Court Is 40% Zionist

Marie Deschamps, William Ian Corneil Binnie, Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, Louis LaBel   and Morris Fish. Back row (L-R) Marshall Rothstein, Rosalie Silberman Abella, Louise Charron, and Thomas Cromwell.








Justice Marshall Rothstein








The Honourable Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, to Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. He was called to the Bar of Manitoba in 1966, and would in 1979 be made a Queen's Counsel. Rothstein also married Sheila Dorfman in 1966; he and Dorfman, a Montreal native and family doctor, have four children, Ronald Rothstein (J.D., Valparaiso) an attorney in Chicago [2], Douglas Rothstein (M.B.A., Boston College), a business executive in Cambridge, MA[3], Tracey Rosenberg (M.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook), a dentist in New York City[4] and Robert (Bo) Rothstein, an attorney in Vancouver. 5








Justice Silberman

The Honourable Madam Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella, FRSC (born July 1, 1946) is a Canadian jurist. She was appointed in 2004 to the Supreme Court of Canada, becoming the first Jewish woman to sit on the Canadian Supreme Court bench[citation needed.

Abella was born in a displaced persons camp in Stuttgart, Germany, and moved to Canada with her family in 1950.







Justice Morris Fish

Born in Montreal, Quebec, the son of Aaron S. Fish and Zlata Grober.

He practiced law mostly in Quebec for the law firm Cohen, Leithman, Kaufman, Yarosky, Zigman, & Isaacs.








Justice Louie LeBel

He was called to the bar in 1962 and practiced in Quebec City in several Jewish law firms until 1984. During this period he taught at University of Ottawa and Université Laval.  6








Madam Justice Marie Deschamps

Justice Deschamps was born in Repentigny, Quebec, on October 2, 1952. Her spouse, Paul Gobeil, is a Jewish businessman. They have two children: Valérie and Maxime.






The tragic death of a Canadian Soldier

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