Maclean’s human rights case not over

While the complaints against Maclean’s were dismissed in Ontario in April, the BC human rights commission will hear the case this week. The CAJ — who stepped in the first time around calling for amendments to the human rights law — has been granted intervenor status in the BC case to defend freedom of expression. Most of the J-Source background and commentary on the case can be found in this Town Hall Post, but a keyword search for “human rights” yields more, related content.

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