CHRC Wants to BAN Humour
Look Out the CHRC Joke Police are trolling for Jokes that are "Not Funny"
But seriously, don't you remember a lot more laughter when you were growing up? Aunties and uncles, neighbours, classmates . . when
So what happened?
Margot Blight happened. Far from nurturing
At the Marc Lemire Canadian Human Rights Tribunal v. freedom of speech case, Commission lawyer Margot “Blight argued against a recommendation by Mr. Lemire that jokes and emotional expressions which are a spontaneous reaction to material already posted [on Internet message boards & blogs] should be exempted from prosecution as a human rights violation. 'The jokes for which the exemption is sought are not, in my submission, funny,' Ms. Blight said. 'There is no free pass for jokes, either.' Globe and Mail, Sept 15
- Come to think of it, when did you last laugh 'til you cried?
“Make an Ethnic JOKE will you….”