...supported by the CPC and most of the LPC (some dissented, and some more didn't show for the vote); opposed by the NDP; and therefore ultimately adopted...It's a stupid thing. Anti-free speech, maybe. Anti-Democracy, Anti-Capitalist, I'd even argue. Telling you that you are bad if you have made certain decisions about how you spend your money; and that its bad to try and change things by directing your consumer choices one way or another. I don't think the BDS movement is inherently anti-semitic, although I am sure some anti-semites find it a convenient method of legitimizing their hate. But even if it were, I'd probably argue that its OK to be racist with your money; or at least that you have an absolute right to be racist with your money. You want to protest the homosexual agenda and be clean in my books, then go boycott Disneyland (*). Its a free country, and you express that freedom through your money.
But the thing is, the HOC just passed a motion. Just a statement of condemnation. Everyone in support might as well have dropped their pants and farted in the direction of McGill. It would have had a similar practical effect, meaning none. So it isn't really something to get too worked up over. Nobody is going to, because nobody can, force you to buy Israeli wine, or to stop you from trying to convince others that they too should avoid buying Israeli wine.
(*) Its been tried, incidentally. It didn't really work.