Full speed backward: Woke Puritanism has now penetrated even the CRTC to the point the CRTC thinks it can tell Radio-Canada (and CBC) what to say and what not to say down to a single word. This is a CRTC attitude that the law ruled out thirty years ago. Pierre Trudel, Le Devoir July 5th, […]
It’s done. The long-awaited Academic Freedom Act was adopted by the (Quebec) National Assembly on June 3.
The following excerpts come from a judgement by Mr. Justice A. Pazaratz of the Ontario Superior Court. The full judgement can be found here: 2022 ONSC 1198 (CanLII) | J.N. v. C.G. | CanLII “When did it become illegal to ask questions? Especially in the courtroom?  And when did it […]
Welcome to Canada Shahdin Farsai! Farsai, a practicing lawyer since 2016, wrote a short, innocuous article suggesting recent British Columbia court directives asking for people’s gender pronouns amounted to compelled speech, endangered privacy rights and could prejudice the court in certain cases. The article was accepted for publication in the BC law magazine, The Advocate, […]