This is no different from when president Trump was attacked last year for not mentioning jews during his Holocaust remembrance day statement.
However, in this case, the plaque only said "millions of men, women and children [were] murdered during the Holocaust" --- which simply is not enough. Other parts of the memorial mention jews, but still it cost an estimated $5,000 + $50,000 to remove and replace this plaque.
I wonder if someone will get fired for this
https://www.thepostmillennial.com/holoc ... sh-people/
Holocaust memorial plaque unveiled by Trudeau fails to mention Jewish people
The Ottawa Citizen reports that a memorial plaque unveiled by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the National Holocaust Museum in Ottawa, omitted the identity of the victims in the Holocaust.
Visitors had noticed that the big steel “dedication plaque” said that it was dedicated to millions of victims killed by the Nazi regime, but said nothing about their Jewish identity. It only mentioned that “millions of men, women and children [were] murdered during the Holocaust.”
Some Jewish groups felt that this was a failure.
Newly released government documents show that Canadian Heritage staffers focused on many details when planning the construction of the plaque. These were mainly related to measurements, manufacturing, and layout. However, they seemed to overlook the content of the plaque.
The Citizen wrote that hundreds of pages of emails from Canadian Heritage show that the design team discussed “the nuts and bolts of
manufacturing and positioning the plaque,” but never discussed the content of the message, which left them “unprepared for the public reaction.”
Three months before the opening, the team was analyzing the layout and text of the plaque, and specifying the dimensions for the manufacturer. They were also editing and proofreading the text, and making sure the translations were correct.
Then, a month before the unveiling, discussions were had about the positioning of the plaque, approving the text of mural labels, interpretive panels, and the big plaques. Finally, the plaques were ordered, costing about $53,810.
When the monument was unveiled, it was noticed that although the 13 interpretive panels and other content of the monument clearly mentioned Jewish people, the dedication plaque did not.
The then minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly scrambled to get answers about how this mistake could have been made. She asked employees. “What was the approval process for this text? Did it go by the committee? Was it included in the final decision note?” The final decision note signed by Joly did not mention the next.
They inquired as to whether the plaque could be removed and replaced. A few days later, it was removed. They told the media that the plaque was being rewritten to “better align with the interpretive panels.”
It cost $5,000 to remove it, and it is estimated to cost $50,000 to replace it.