Perhaps more than any other written work, this masterpiece of COMMUNIST POLITICAL METAPHOR describes Justin Trudeau’s post-modern Canada in a most apocalyptic manner.
“There are only two kinds of journalists in Canada now: those who are PAID by Trudeau, and those who are BANNED by Trudeau.”
The letter does not define “hate speech,” nor does it suggest Guilbeault must work to come up with a definition. While the Criminal Code defines it with a very high threshold, the government has entertained efforts to regulate online hate speech through human rights law instead.
“I understand that some jurisdictions have implemented new, non-criminal sanctions to deter this behavior such as ticketing,” writes Kahlon in a letter to Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth. “I would be grateful if your ministry could determine what options might be available to better deter perpetrators.”
“In 2015, after decades of various legal challenges, the Supreme Court of Canada decided unanimously to allow physician-assisted suicide. In June 2016, the federal government passed the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) Act, which established the eligibility criteria and procedural safeguards for medically-assisted suicide.”