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Friday, November 30, 2007

Alberta Human Rights Commission Releases Panel Decision on Boissoin and The Concerned Christian Coalition Inc.

If you are cocooning at home this cold weekend take some time to read the just released Alberta Human Rights Commission Panel’s Decision on Darren E. Lund and Stephen Boissoin and The Concerned Christian Coalition Inc. and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Attorney General of Alberta.

It is very enlightening and chilling read about how some people and some organizations have been conducting themselves in ways that contravenes the Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Act.

2 comments:

  1. Interesting article

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  2. Holly Stick11:18 am

    Thanks for posting that. I found the testimony and cross-exam of Dr. Barry Cooper quite interesting (starts page 20). I've heard Tom Flanagan acting as a so-called expert witness in a case where a First Nation was suing the government, and he had the same tendency to pronounce on matters he was not qualified to pronounce upon. I honestly think he did not realise how ignorant he was on some topics about which he was making statements that sounded authoritative. I wonder if this is a characteristic of rightwing political scientists?

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