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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Intellectual freedom in Canada: What goes around comes around

The excellent Franklin Carter of the Book and Periodical Council of Canada sends the following re intellectual freedom in Canada.
If you are an American, please care. What goes around, comes around.

The debate over whether Canada's human rights commissions and their tribunals should investigate and punish "hate speech" continues unabated.


In the National Post, Joseph Brean reports Jennifer Lynch's and Richard Moon's latest remarks about the Canadian Human Rights Commission:


In the Calgary Sun, Peter Worthington comments on the federal commission:

In the Calgary Herald, an editorial writer comments on the federal commission:

In the Ottawa Citizen, Kate Heartfield comments briefly on Canada's HRCs:

In The Toronto Star, Haroon Siddiqui comments on the Ontario and federal conservative parties' thinking about the HRCs:

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