City of Edmonton shuts down pro-life group’s plans for the second time
Edmonton must treat groups that dissent from popular opinions with the same respect and rights to tax-funded spaces as those with popular opinions.
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.
Vancouver Library updates its regulations, claims it will not restrict freedom of expression
The new booking guidelines come after a decision, made by the library in January of this year, to allow feminist activist Meghan Murphy to speak.
Why does The New York Times want you to have less free speech?
The New York Times is free to rail against free speech, but it is unwise. Free speech is a sacred right that, once taken away, is impossible to get back
Equity and diversity initiatives in universities serve ideological ends: Campus Freedom Index
The 2019 Campus Freedom Index sheds light on the increasing efforts by Canadian universities to promote ideological advocacy under the guise of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) programs.
Eight Canadian universities are completely failing at free speech
Eight different Canadian universities, and 13 different Canadian university student unions received an F rating for either their policies or their practices.
Cineplex stands up for free speech, will show Jordan Peterson film
Cineplex now has permitted The Rise of Jordan Peterson documentary to play in their theatres across the country.
Activists threaten to shut down Dave Rubin and Maxime Bernier event at Canadian college
It appears that Dave Rubin’s event with Canadian candidate for Prime Minister Maxime Bernier may have its venue cancelled.
‘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.
Yasmine Mohammed speaks on freedom, minority rights at UBC
Although Yasmine is a feminist fighting for freedom, minority rights, and equality, she was opposed by some in the UBC community.