Alberta’s Human Rights Tribunal’s dangerous foolishness
- 8:36 am, February 15th, 2014
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Decision takes Canada in a forward direction
By Trevor Scott Howell and Natalie Stechyson, Calgary Herald; Postmedia News December 21, 2012
Leaders in Calgary’s Muslim community praised Thursday’s decision by the Supreme Court of Canada that could allow women, under certain circumstances, to wear a niqab while testifying in court.
“This is a very good decision,” said Syed Soharwardy, founder of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada. “It takes the Canadian society in a forward direction rather than backward direction. For a fair trial, it is OK to reveal your identity and remove the niqab. In my view it matches with the Islamic teachings.”read more
Posted November 5th, 2012 by Spencer Fernando
verb (used with object), ra·cial·ized, ra·cial·iz·ing.
1: To impose a racial interpretation on; place in a racial context.
2: To perceive, view, or experience in a racial context.
3: To categorize or differentiate on the basis of race.
Canada’s core values are strong
By: Staff Writer
Posted: 1:00 AM | Comments: 4
dale cummings / winnipeg free press
Statistics Canada released a batch of new figures this week that shows Canada’s multicultural mosaic is flourishing. Some 200 languages are actively used here and one in five Canadians (6.6 million people) speak a language other than French or English at home.
The data are not that different from previous census figures that showed nearly as many people using a non-official language in the home, but it was all too much for Salim Mansur, a political scientist from the University of Western Ontario, who says it demonstrates Canada is a country “without a core culture.”read more
Back in June, the organisers of the Canadian Immigration Report (CIR) were invited to appear as witnesses before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration to present arguments in support of Bill C-31, also known as the Protecting Canada’s Immigration System Act. The bill, sponsored by the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney, is aimed at introducing important changes in the refugee system in order to cut down the number of bogus claims. The CIR witnesses were scheduled to make a ten-minute opening presentation and answer questions from Committee members of the rest of the hour.
After being rescheduled six times, the meeting was finally to take place on Wednesday 26 September. The following day, the CIR reported:
We made the long drive to Parliament Hill and just a moment after entering the meeting room, a clerk informed us that our time had been given to someone else and that we were not to appear before the committee.