Good News: Bill C-304 Passes First Vote in Parliament
Update: See how your MP voted on C-304 here. See how your MP voted on C-304 here. Last night the House of Commons voted 158 to 131 to pass Bill C-304 ”
An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (protecting freedom).” It will now go to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights where it will be studied in detail. This vote is critical because it shows that a majority of MPs (though not by a large margin) recognize the serious problems with the Canadian Human Rights Act and are willing to stand up against it.
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