A representative of Acrosport Barani, who identified himself as the manager but would not give his full name, said his trampoline centre in Laval is no longer accepting reservations from Jewish day camps.
He told CJAD the situation is regrettable but necessary, given that he has had trouble collecting payment from Jewish day camps in the past.
But he said that the private company can refuse any business it chooses.
Except it can't, according to the Quebec Human Rights Charter.
Steven Slimovitch of the local chapter of B'nai Brith says he is stunned by the allegations.
"There's no question that this kind of anti-Semitism is extremely rare, in other words blatant, in-your-face anti-Semitism," he said. "You simply don't see this in the year 2014."
He says his organization will contact Acrosport Barani to get their side of the story and try to reach some sort of resolution.
But Slimovitch says that if they are not satisfied, they may bring the case before the Quebec Human Rights Commission.