Canadian human rights codes, tribunals open door for misuse

Rory Leishman, London Free Press

And it’s not just Muslims who are using Canada’s human rights tribunals to suppress viewpoints they find offensive. The Canadian Human Rights Commission is currently investigating Toronto-based Catholic Insight magazine at the request of a reader in Edmonton who charges the magazine violated the ban on “hate literature” in section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Code in a number of articles that simply uphold the universal and constant teaching of the Catholic Church on homosexuality.

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