I found this interesting:
The city’s anti-discrimination policy says that, “groups that accept funding grants” must “protect the right to be free of hate activity based on age, ancestry, citizenship, creed (religion) colour, disability, ethnic origin, family status, gender identity, level of literacy, marital status, place of origin, membership in a union or staff association, political affiliation, race, receipt of public assistance, record of offences, sex, sexual orientation or any other personal characteristics by or within the organization.”
Look at that list, could it get any more ridiculous? What happened to the half ape/half man, why is he excluded from that list? How about we don't discriminate against individuals. Full Stop. Period. The End.
I don't care if you are black, gay, a union worker or a combination of all of the above, it shouldn't make you different or special in any way. Until we look at people as individuals and not some special interest group, no-one will be equal.
I notice the only characteristic listed that is in brackets is (religion), why??? They just made (religion) different from all the other things. That is obvious discrimination. Typical lefties. They knew they had to include (religion) but they didn't like it, so they put it in brackets so we could all understand that it was only put there to be politically correct. Ninnies.
How about they watch this (religion) and see if they know the difference between free speech and hate speech.
I feel sad for the women and girls of Islam, I wonder where the feminists are to help defend them. I know for a fact that our military is trying to protect them because their Canadian Moms taught them that women are special, not cattle.
The pride parade draws out big crowds of people, not in support of their cause but to watch the spectacle they make of themselves. I feel sorry for those people who think it's necessary to walk around with their boobs/dicks drooping, they obviously have no self respect. Being gay is not an excuse for bad behaviour. When you have won everything you want, maybe it is time to thank Canadians for their acceptance, not to shove a radical group in our faces. Tolerance only goes so far.
Forget tolerance, you know that (religion) is being challenged by the lefties, but that's acceptable, because they say so. Let's just get rid of God. He's an old fashioned symbol that only the uneducated cling to.
When a judge last month ruled that a Catholic high school in Montreal could choose its own religious curriculum, in defiance of an order by the Quebec government, he wrote that the Charter of Rights and Freedoms specifically referred to “the supremacy of God” in its preamble. Now, in the ruling’s aftermath, some are wondering whether that language is out of place in a society that has grown increasingly secular.
“From an atheist’s perspective, what happens to those who don’t believe God exists?” asks Justin Trottier, executive director of the Centre for Inquiry Canada in Toronto.
“If God needs to be defended [by a court], then does God need to be defended by those of us who don’t believe in God?”