BC Human Rights Tribunal’s Latest Bizarre Decision

I call the decision awarding 55 tree planters over $600,000 bizarre not because it is wrong (for a change) but because they value the “dignity and self-respect” of black African workers so much less than a single white wannabe doctor.

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B.C. Human Rights Tribunal Utterly Disconnected From Reality… Again.

In an astounding display of the bureaucratic disconnect from reality B.C. Human Rights Tribunal member Enid Marion awarded $475,000 in damages, including a whopping $75,000 specifically for “injury to dignity, feelings and self-respect“, to University of British Columbia (UBC) medical

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Are you offended by something I said? Get over it already.

The problem with some folks is they can’t accept the fact an opinion exists of which they don’t approve. The problem with politicians is they feel compelled to pander to the people who cannot accept another’s point of view. Combine

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Canadian Human Rights Tribunal’s 100% Conviction Rate is No Surprise

Since 1978 the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal had a 100% conviction rate for cases brought before the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) under Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. This perfect conviction rate is hardly a surprise given

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Thought Police Compare Publisher with Child Pornographers and Sexual Predators

The Arthur Topham criminal “hate speech” case here in British Columbia continues to leave me scratching my head in amazement that we actually pay Crown Prosecutors good money to act like such idiots.  I’m specifically talking about Quesnel Crown Counsel

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Why Marc Lemire Must Challenge Constitutionality of A Law That May Be Repealed

Bill C-304 History Brian Storseth introduced his Private Member’s Bill C-304 to repeal Section 13 (and its resultant penalty clause in Section 54) of the Canadian Human Rights Act on September 30, 2011. On June 6, 2012 Parliament Repealed Section

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