Government to launch inquiry into CHRC “investigative techniques”, section 13



May 31, 2008

Rick DykstraEzra Levant – May 30, 2008

The Conservative government has introduced a motion to Parliament’s Justice Committee proposing an investigation into the abusive, corrupt practises of the Canadian Human Rights Commission. The motion specifically refers to public “concerns” about the CHRC’s “investigative techniques” and their “interpretation and application” of the section 13 thought crimes provision.

The resolution, which you can read here in both official languages, was put forward by Rick Dykstra [pictured at right], the Conservative MP from St. Catharines, Ontario, with the knowledge and approval of the Justice Minister, Rob Nicholson. Read the rest of this article here.

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