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Nasty Internet jokes called poor subject for Canada’s ‘mad’ anti-hate legislation

Date: 20 Feb, 2014| Author: Fred Streiman

By Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press ADVERTISEMENT OAKVILLE, Ont. – Parts of Canada’s human-rights act are a punitive and gross infringement on free expression that have no place in a democratic country that prides itself on freedom, a tribunal heard Wednesday.The legislation, which targets hate on the Internet, has put Canada among a “sorry group […]

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Ruling reserved in case to strike down section of Human Rights Act

Date: 20 Feb, 2014| Author: Fred Streiman

KIRK MAKIN Globe and Mail Update September 17, 2008 TORONTO — Behind every genocide and pogrom in history lies a trail of racially intolerant screeds that helped distort the way a minority group was viewed, a human rights tribunal hearing was told Wednesday.“The road to Auschwitz was paved with hate propaganda, Mein Kampf and the […]

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Teen enters brainwashing battle to seek brothers’ release from parents

Date: 20 Feb, 2014| Author: Fred Streiman

KIRK MAKIN March 10, 2009 BRAMPTON, ONT. — JUSTICE REPORTER An 18-year-old asked a court yesterday to let him rescue his brothers from the clutches of psychiatric deprogramming therapists and “incompetent” parents battling for control of their children. The young man injected himself into the parental alienation case after his brothers – aged 12 and […]

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Ontario teen wants to care for his brothers as parents battle for custody

Date: 20 Feb, 2014| Author: Fred Streiman

TORONTO – An 18-year-old is trying to convince the courts he’s the best person to care for his two younger brothers and wants his feuding parents to pay for the siblings’ new life together.But first a judge must decide if the Mississauga, Ont., teen even deserves a say in the custody case, and whether or […]

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