Friday, February 10, 2012

Section 13 censorship to be discussed in Parliament. Bill C-304 coming to a vote Feb 15 (debate Feb 14, 2012)

UPDATE:  Bill C-304 coming to Parliament Next week

Conservative MP’s Brian Storseth’s Bill C-304 is coming up for second reading (second hour of debate) on February 14, 2012.  Then a recorded vote will be held on February 15, 2012.

Private Members' Business
C-304 — Mr. Storseth (Westlock—St. Paul) — An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (protecting freedom) — Second reading (resuming debate)

Ezra Levant and Brian Storseth discuss Bill C-304

Bill C-304, an Act to Protect Freedom of Speech, will strip the powers of the fanatical Canadian Human Rights Commission to censor the internet using sections 13 and 54 of the Canadian Human Rights Act the CHRC has attacked the freedom of expression guaranteed to us under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The provisions of these sections allows the Canadian Human Rights Commission to prosecute anyone alleged to have said or written something “likely to expose a person or persons to hatred or contempt” whether there is a living, breathing victim or not.

Every journalist, writer, Internet webmaster, publisher and private citizen in Canada can be the subject of a Human Rights complaint for expressing an opinion or telling the truth. Bill C-304 will repeal Section 13 and no longer allow the fanatics of the CHRC to censor another Canadian posting on the Internet.

Arbitrary censorship and punishment are wrong, and can never be justified in a free society!

Bill C-304: See MP Brian Storseths website for further information:

For more information on the censorship provisions of Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act see: or