On Feb. 1, the National Heritage Committee submitted the report called for by the passage of M-103 last winter. M-103 surprised its backers when it turned out not to be the slam dunk they thought it would be, given that its founding predecessor document, Petition e-411, which called for a "whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating...
The last newsletter promised to keep you updated on the fight against M-103 even as the related Heritage Committee Report hit the streets.
At the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland, Deborah Weiss, who was one of the panelists on "Wither Freedom", spoke briefly about Canada and Motion M-103.
Motion M-103 evolved from e-petition 411, a House of Commons petition that basically called for the condemnation of "all forms of Islamophobia". The initiative was originally seen as well-intentioned and received unanimous approval by the House on 26 October, 2016.