Free speech, even in Canada, by Tracy Warner
In Canada, apparently, freedom of the press is not freedom for the press. It is only freedom within the confines the government sets. Break the rules, step over, and you can be prosecuted, fined, forced to publish contrary opinion, and forbidden for all time from expressing the same offending views again. It’s all because you wrote or said something that made a government-favored group angry or uncomfortable. It is against the law to be offensive. You have the freedom to be agreeable.