Canadian News and Politics

Among the most recent targets of professional assassination is Professor Ricardo Duchense of the University of New Brunswick. "[M]ulticulturalism," Duchesne writes in The Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age, is "an asymmetrical system in which Europeans, and only Europeans, [are] expected to celebrate other cultures, feel guilty about their own...

In this instance Faisal Khan Suri was offended because a Conservative Member of Parliament, Michael Cooper, had the unmitigated gall to refer to the 74-page manifesto of New Zealand mass shooting suspect Brenton Tarrant, accused of killing 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch, N.Z., who rejected "conservatism." Cooper shared the information to...

The group warfare ideology cannot acknowledge that Mr. Cooper and Mr. Suri were deeply offended by each other's comments, and thereafter leave matters alone. Mr. Suri would no doubt score higher in the so-called "oppression Olympics" than Mr. Cooper. Therefore, in a world where identity politics prevail, Mr. Cooper is made to apologize (and is...

The debate over the unique nature of the crime of genocide has become part of Canada's political dialogue going into the fall election campaign. In its final report, released this week, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls described those thousands of victims as casualties of a "genocide." Yesterday, Prime...

This is the full morning session of the "Hate Speech Hearings" of June 4, 2019. Mark Steyn, John Robson, and Lindsay Shepherd are the speakers against the motion of reinstitution of Section 13 of the Hate Speech act back into the criminal code.

The biggest threat to free speech is "the malign alliance between government and high-tech," warned Steyn. He described as chilling a recent meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participated in with French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May sitting opposite the heads of Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Apple - "six woke...