COOPER: University of Calgary’s “cultural engagement” guidelines bear little resemblance to the complex relationship that existed between aboriginals and later immigrants
FIRBY: Listen up politicians, it’s not your abilities that are in question, it’s your backbone; it is no longer enough to be polished and politically correct
KINSELLA: The president faces a constitutional dilemma he created: what he said outside the courtroom is now being used to hammer him inside the courtroom
TAUBE: Individuals and groups cannot simply force a change in speech, language or perception that hasn’t been recognized by the vast majority of society
CARPAY: Censorship’s pure arrogance says: ‘I’m so correct that I can decide on behalf of everyone which ideas may be expressed in public’
MCEWAN: His boasting fans the flame of mistrust, anger and hatred, and has galvanized a segment of the American population
MORZEK: We must be free to think and speak in Canada. If University of Toronto’s Jordan Peterson can’t do it with tenure, then who can?
TAUBE: A court of law has much better things to do than waste valuable time and resources on these types of frivolous matters