UBC sued for violating free speech, cancelling Andy Ngo speaking event
The director of The Free Speech Club said, "Since the cancellation of our event, the environment on campus has only gotten more divisive as a result. UBC has now evolved their justification for stifling free speech. First it was safety, but now the University outright opposes any speakers or events that are controversial or offensive. Who decides what is offensive? It is a slippery slope to merely stifle free speech due to controversy and threats of violence. It's time UBC answers these questions in court."