Archive for July 16th, 2012

VIDEO: Lilley & Coren, how long until conservative Islamic dress is mainstream in Canada

- July 16th, 2012

VIDEO: Lilley & Robson on out of control government spending

- July 16th, 2012

No whites allowed conference held for Ontario jail guards

- July 16th, 2012

This is one of the many problems with our affirmative action society, inviting employees based on race is considered a-okay.

No problem with no caucasians allowed at Ontario correctional services conference: Ruling

TORONTO - A group of white, Ontario correctional officers was barred from attending a government conference on anti-racism and diversity in the workplace, documents obtained by the Toronto Sun show.

The “Race Matters” conference to address “human rights and group development” was held three years ago at Toronto’s Don Jail for non-Caucasian officers only, according to a grievance filed by their union.

The conference sparked a backlash from white officers, according to the documents, who alleged the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services discriminated against them because they weren’t part of an identifiable ethnic group.

More here….

COLUMN: Furey – Those crickets you hear……feminists vs Islamists

- July 16th, 2012

Muslim cleric highlights SlutWalk hypocrisy

by Anthony Furey

A Toronto Muslim cleric’s comments that laws should make women cover up to avoid rape disgusted me. But what’s going to sicken me more is the silence of the left.

Al-Haashim Kamena Atangana, a street preacher, thinks Canadian laws “give too much freedom to women.” Excuse me? We need more freedoms for everyone, regardless of gender. Read more…

COLUMN: Solberg – Don’t believe the hype on Harper

- July 16th, 2012

Canada is alive and well, thank you

by Monte Solberg

Recently I received an e-mail from someone who informed me that Stephen Harper had destroyed Canada.

This was news to me because, even as I read his e-mail, I was sitting in Canada, which didn’t look like it had been destroyed. Being a nice summer day, Canada looked especially lovely dressed in greens against a backdrop of blue sky.

Nevertheless, I sensed my virtual friend was angry and I suppose it was his opinion that Stephen Harper had made Canada a less attractive place to live. Read more…