Parliamentary Press Gallery has double standard on media “advocacy”
If Mr. Lafrance is correct in his assessment of True North and Rebel News, then these two media outlets would fit in well with many of the Press Gallery’s existing members, which advocate openly and actively for causes, perspectives and ideologies.
Once again, security fee censorship punishes the victim
By extorting security fees from those who seek only to express their opinions and listen to others, Mohawk College has effectively blamed the victim and encouraged the bullies.
‘Killing Europe’ and killing politically incorrect expression
In the same way that libraries, as public bodies, should not be censoring “incorrect” books, libraries should not be censoring “incorrect” opinions when it comes to room-rentals.
Victory for children and parents: Alberta repeals Bill 24
Known as Bill 24, the new law took away the discretion of teachers and principals to inform – or not inform – parents about their children’s involvement with a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) or GSA-related activities.
B.C. court ruling against father in child hormone treatment case sets dangerous precedent
Justice Bowden’s Order prohibits the father from trying to persuade his female-born child to refrain from experimental and irreversible testosterone treatments.
Mainstream media ignores the inconvenient truth of B.C. transgender male genitalia waxing case
For someone with male genitalia to bring forward a “human rights” claim to being legally entitled to have male genitals handled by an …
The “human right” to compel women to wax male genitalia
JY is a transwoman with male genitalia, who in early 2018 filed more than a dozen human rights complaints against female estheticians who declined to provide JY with a “Brazilian” bikini wax.
Saskatchewan court orders City of Prince Albert to pay $6,000 for denying pro-life group equal access to flag pole
The local pro-life group had been one of the many organizations to participate, raising its flag during “Celebrate Life Week” for over 20 years. But in early 2017, in response to two complaints, Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne declared that only a “national flag” or “nationally recognized flag” could be raised.
Once again, identity politics trump rational debate
Last week, Canadians were presented with yet another example as to why offensiveness is not a fair or reliable criterion for restricting speech in politics.