Ian Kagedan (March 3, 1955 – February 17, 2014) was Canadian public servant known for his work on inter-religious and inter-ethnic relations. Formerly National Director of Government Relations of B'nai Brith Canada He was appointed to serve on the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.
Kagedan has supported the Canadian ban on telephone hate messages, saying that, "It is not a matter of free speech. It is poison."
Kagedan is a recipient of the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal (January 1993).
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