Civil Liberties charity launches free speech application against Trudeau government
The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF), a non-partisan charity, has launched an application against the Liberal government over concerns of free speech violations found in the Canada Elections Act, which allows certain speech deemed inaccurate to be effectively blocked from publication.
Mount Royal Professor believes freedom of speech is a “weapon” meant to destroy academic freedom
Professor and Mount Royal Faculty Association (MRFA) representative on MRU’s board of governors, Dr. Roberta Lexier, believes that freedom of speech infringes on her academic freedoms. The Justification for this stance is shaky at first glance, and the explanation isn’t exactly convincing.
Minds IRL finds new venue, books preeminent anti-racist headliner
After losing their venue in Pitman, New Jersey last week, the Minds IRL conference has found a new venue in Philidelphia and added a new headliner, Daryl Davis.
National Observer swings and misses with attempted hit piece on The Post Millennial
We continue to provide Canadians with the ideologically diverse journalism and commentary they crave, and outlets like the National Observer hate us for it.
The case of Jessica Yaniv proves that compelled speech is toxic
We are witnessing Dr. Jordan Peterson’s warning about compelled speech become a reality in the very dangerous case of Jessica Yaniv.
UPDATED: Minds IRL free speech event will take place despite smear tactics and threats of violence
Emerging social media platform Minds has received threats of violence in advance of its upcoming conference. “It will happen no matter what,” Tim Pool says.
U.K. PhD student to be investigated for “transphobia”
A PhD student at the University of Huddersfield has found himself the subject of a formal investigation after a complaint was filed against him for “transphobia.”