"If there is any common sense in Ottawa, and that may be asking a lot, then the federal government's Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights will follow Rick Dykstra's advice.
The St. Catharines MP has introduced a motion to have the committee review the controversial section 13.1 of the Canada Human Rights Act that is at the heart of two recent high-profile human rights cases.
Dykstra is also asking for a review of the mandate and operations of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
We have the right to be free of slander and discrimination, but not to not be offended"
"INVESTIGATORS ordered in by Boris Johnson, the new mayor of London, have found endemic waste in the way millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money was spent by the former regime of Ken Livingstone......
A separate police investigation, led by John Yates, the Scotland Yard detective who headed the cash for honours inquiry, has uncovered evidence of corruption that it believes will produce criminal prosecutions.
Both inquiries focus mainly on the London Development Agency (LDA), a body overseen by Livingstone, which spent £1.5 billion in four years awarding grants to an array of “community projects”
"Minnan-Wong expects the takedown will be over $500 million, a cost the city can ill-afford especially with no money to address the $300-million backlog in road and bridge repairs (and city officials levying a roster of new taxes to pay for their pet projects)".