Gender, White Racism, CRT
Three years after it was pulled down and beheaded during a protest at Place du Canada, the city of Montreal has decided the statue of John A. Macdonald will not be reinstalled in its former spot.
Christine Rodgers lost her discrimination case but will still receive compensation from the MoD for unfair dismissal
29 August 2023 • 5:22pm
Calling a female civil servant a “clever woman” is not sexist, a tribunal has ruled.
Christine Rodgers tried to sue the Ministry of Defence for sex discrimination after a senior Army…
Western University’s “anti-racism” task force is seeking to “dismantle whiteness” in academia.
The University says its Faculty of Health Sciences’ Anti-Racism Task Force is “designed to address and actively work to prevent racism and other forms of systematic oppression.”
The task force, which is supportive of Critical Race Theory (CRT), was founded in 2020 amid Black Lives Matter riots caused by the death of George Floyd in the United States.
The task force is seeking to “dismantle whiteness and centre anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism strategies, as well as build intellectual empathy as a collective.”
The Trudeau government updated its travel advice and advisories for the United States on Tuesday, telling LGBTQ travellers that some states have enacted laws that might affect their visit.
Although the Global Affairs Canada United States travel advice page continues to tell travellers to “take normal security precautions,” a new section has been added specifically addressing the LGBTQ community.
“Some states have enacted laws and policies that may affect 2SLGBTQI+ persons. Check relevant state and local laws,” the advisory reads.
Such advisories are usually reserved for authoritarian states in which homosexuality is criminalized, raising concerns that this could further strain relations between Canada and the United States.
Global Affairs Canada is cautioning “2SLGBTQI+” persons about travelling to some parts of the United States in an updated travel advisory.
The department in charge of foreign affairs issues advice to Canadians on travelling to different countries and modified the webpage related to the United States on Aug. 29.
The webpage says to “Take normal security precautions” when travelling there, but “latest updates” indicate new advice for “2SLGBTQI+ travellers.”
Federal healing lodges account for a considerable number of prison escapes, according to new data from the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC).
Over a span of four years, there were 56 recorded prison escapes, 43 percent of those having happened at healing lodges, according to a CSC report obtained by Blacklock’s Reporter. Among these incidents, one-fifth were at two Prairie locations: Willow Cree Healing Centre near Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, and Buffalo Sage Wellness House in Edmonton.
Not a single warning. No official statements advancing caution. No health risks, no downside in any capacity.
Incredibly, these words of truth can be applied to the ruling Liberal government of Canada’s approach to the thorny topic of transgenderism.
Want to drive a car? 16 years of age. Feeling like casting a vote? 18 years of age. Time to party? 19 years of age to purchase alcohol.
Fancy a sex-change operation? No minimum age. We speak of one of the most contentious issues within Canadian society.
California governor Newsom’s administration is funneling millions of taxpayer dollars into a nonprofit promoting “neogenders” like foxgender and autismgender and facilitating secret gender transitions for students in his state and across the country.
It’s no longer only “he” and “she” or “man” and “woman” in the California public schools. And if Gavin Newsom gets his way, it’s coming to your school too.
The California Department of Public Health is in partnership with the California-based Gender Spectrum organization through a nine-year grant to “conduct rigorous evaluation” of Gender Spectrum’s “professional development programs.”