Ian Mulgrew, Vancouver Sun
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has once again exposed itself to ridicule and disdain.
Scant weeks after it was globally rebuked for trying to regulate free speech, the provincial agency has waded into another controversy it should have sidestepped.
This time the social engineers masquerading as bureaucrats appointed by the B.C. government have decided they should regulate the international labour market under the guise of defending the oppressed.