Seldom does a day go by that I don’t see something disturbing about the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) that justifies a public inquiry into that organization.
This group was set up originally to deal expeditiously with cases of discrimination in the workplace and housing. A worthy objective no doubt. But now, with “hate speech” added to their mandate, they seem to be operating in a fashion more familiar to those who lived behind the Iron Curtain than one would expect of a government agency in an open western society.
The most recent case in point is outlined at Ezra Lavant’s blog. Mr. Levant tells us about the rather bizarre experiences folks from Free Dominion had when they visited the CHRC’s offices at Ottawa. Recommended reading for all.