CANADIAN BILL OF RIGHTS
An act passed for the Recognition and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The parliament of Canada affirming that the Canadian Nation is founded upon the principles that acknowledge the supremacy of God, and dignity, and worth of the human person and the position of the family in a society of free men and free institutions.
The Bill of rights which shall reflect the respect of parliament for it’s constitutional authority and which shall ensure the protection of these rights and freedoms in Canada.Therefore Her Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the senate and the house of commons of Canada.
FREEDOM OF RELIGION
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
Statement of freedom of speech by (CHRC) Investigator
(CHRC) Canadian Human Rights Commission
CHRC Investigator Dean Steacy was asked,What value do you give freedom of speech when you investigate?
Answer: Freedom of Speech is an American concept, so l don’t give it value it’s not my job to give value to an American concept.
Freedom of Speech is not a Canadian concept,however Freedom of expression is.
Toronto lawyer Omar Ha-Redeye cited Steacy’s statement to support his view, restriction of freedom of expression is acceptable in Canadian law where reasonable goals towards democracy are identified.
In 2008 the commission refused to look at the case of Iman Abou Hammad Sulaiman al-Hayiti a Montreal Muslim, who was accused of inciting hatred against homosexuals, western women, and Jews. Ai-Hayiti had said the Allah has taught that if the Jews, Christians, and Zoroastriians refuse to answer the call of Islam, then it is obligatory for Muslims to fight them if they are able. Christianity in particular was denounced as a religion of lies, which is responsible for the perversity, corruption, and adultery.
In declining to hear the case the commission stated that Al-Hayiti was free to make comments against infidels, because they are not an identifiable group. The commission stated that these do not seem to meet the criteria for promoting hatred, the commission believes that Al-Hayiti should be able to promote any interpretation of Islam he chooses

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Human_Rights_Commission_free_speech_controversy

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