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I was going to open this post by complaining about the derogation of real human rights or the continuing absurdity of Canada’s “human rights” complaints, but that line is starting to get a little repetitive (see some of the recent stories below).
The human right to lug your bulky baby carriage wherever you darn well please, including into private establishments, has been threatened. Th A small restaurant in Brampton has implemented a policy which does not allow baby strollers. Note: the policy does not ban babies; it bans their strollers. But that’s just not okay for
Stand Up for Freedom Canada sat down with John Carpay, president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms , after a presentation he made for Alberta ARPA chapters in Edmonton this spring. In this video Mr. Carpay explains the work he does and the opportunity for Western Canadians to stand up for freedom by reforming their human rights codes.
The National Post published an editorial on July 3rd, titled "Taking the free speech campaign to the provinces". They note that, now that the Federal hate speech provision has been repealed, those provinces with hate speech provisions should be the next to reform.
ARPA Canada is thrilled to finally see Bill C-304 pass through the Senate this week, removing the infamous Section 13 from the Canadian Human Rights Code. This Section has chilled free speech in Canada and been used to classify the truth as hate speech. We tip our hats to MP Brian Storseth, who had the courage to introduce this legislation and defend it all the way through Parliament over the past couple years. The fact that it is a private member's bill and still passed is a huge testament to...
Stand Up for Freedom Canada salutes MP Brian Storseth for making Canada much more free this Canada Day! He tirelessly worked to reform the Canadian Human Rights Code. Canadians, don't relent. Many more reforms can be made provincially and federally. Freedom must be protected day to day.