B.C.’s Mental Health Act fails human rights test

The treatment of mentally-ill inmates in B.C. is the most regressive in the country, according to a Community Legal Assistance Society report

B.C.’s Mental Health Act fails human rights test
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The treatment of mentally-ill inmates in B.C. is the most regressive in the country, according to a Community Legal Assistance Society report

Painting a masterpiece: the art of dissent in search of truth

Freedom of expression in the arts is as fragile as freedom of the press, and it’s just as vital to human rights as freedom of thought

Painting a masterpiece: the art of dissent in search of truth
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Freedom of expression in the arts is as fragile as freedom of the press, and it’s just as vital to human rights as freedom of thought

When inclusivity runs counter to simple common sense

Inclusion is a virtue, but not when it erodes the boundaries of taste, truth and common sense

When inclusivity runs counter to simple common sense
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Inclusion is a virtue, but not when it erodes the boundaries of taste, truth and common sense

Dispelling the myth of rape culture on campus

The concept of rape culture was invented by feminists to tar all men with the brush of the worst of them

Dispelling the myth of rape culture on campus
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The concept of rape culture was invented by feminists to tar all men with the brush of the worst of them

Using student job funding to silence critics

The Liberals’ latest decision means summer employment is now a testing ground for ideological adhesion, obedience and purity

Using student job funding to silence critics
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The Liberals’ latest decision means summer employment is now a testing ground for ideological adhesion, obedience and purity

The soft tyranny of Quebec’s ongoing linguistic crossfire

Quebecers find themselves taking sides in language squabbles their better judgment says are irrelevant to life outside the political bubble

The soft tyranny of Quebec’s ongoing linguistic crossfire
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Quebecers find themselves taking sides in language squabbles their better judgment says are irrelevant to life outside the political bubble

Justin Trudeau stands tall in China

You’d have thought conservatives would have rejoiced at a Liberal standing up for Canadians. But no, they slammed him

Justin Trudeau stands tall in China
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You’d have thought conservatives would have rejoiced at a Liberal standing up for Canadians. But no, they slammed him

Standing on guard for human rights critical to a civil society

The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission celebrates 50 years of exemplary work, but much more can be done to allow citizens to move ahead

Standing on guard for human rights critical to a civil society
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The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission celebrates 50 years of exemplary work, but much more can be done to allow citizens to move ahead

Alberta’s sex-ed showdown

In a tolerant, civil society, we embrace a diversity of beliefs. But we need to take care that society's core values aren't undermined by religious beliefs

Alberta’s sex-ed showdown
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In a tolerant, civil society, we embrace a diversity of beliefs. But we need to take care that society’s core values aren’t undermined by religious beliefs

Criminal Code changes put sacred spaces at risk

The federal government needs to affirm the importance of freedom of religion and conscience by preserving Section 176

Criminal Code changes put sacred spaces at risk
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The federal government needs to affirm the importance of freedom of religion and conscience by preserving Section 176

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