Blaise Alleyne at 2018-01-10T05:17:08Z

I have done a thing: I'm taking the Canadian government to court, asking in judicial review that a policy to compel speech attesting support for a variety of social beliefs in order to qualify for unrelated funding be declared unconstitutional. It's not illegal to disagree with the government, and the government of the day should not be able to compel speech or discriminate on the basis of beliefs.
It's been getting attention in the Canadian media: http://nationalpost.com/opinion/john-ivison-no-picking-and-choosing-on-the-charter-unless-it-suits-trudeaus-liberals

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