Interesting that Peter Kent's public apperance as an MP was at the BAYT synagogue the largest Orthodox synagogue in Canada.
Frank Dimant, executive vice-president of B’nai Brith Canada,
acknowledged that it was a “lonely battle” waged by Conservative Party
supporters back in the days when Stockwell Day, minister of public
safety, and others were accused of having a dangerous hidden agenda.
only wish Stephen Harper was running for the premiership of Israel,” he
declared, calling the present Canadian leadership a “government of
integrity and principle.”
Kent, Peter Shurman and John Tory also came to a Chabad sukkah which turned into a victory celebration.
And some continue to downplay the politics of religion in Canadian politics and especially its relationship to the Conservative Party.