When you visit Canada, remember to see Niagara Falls, or the Fairgrounds in Montreal.
You could take a fantastic train ride across the country to see the beautiful and picturesque landscapes.
There could also be a stop in Quebec, one of the oldest and grandest cities in Canada.
Just remember, while traveling, if you happen to eat out and wish to compliment your waitress’ service to the manager, make sure you don’t use the wrong pronoun when discussing her.
If you do, you could be brought up on charges.
Hey, the U.S. Army just made “transgender sensitivity training” mandatory so don’t be surprised if such a law passes soon in our PC-driven country.
“Canada passed a law Thursday making it illegal to use the wrong gender pronouns.
…Canadians who do not subscribe to progressive gender theory could be accused of hate crimes, jailed, fined, and made to take anti-bias training.
Canada’s Senate passed Bill C-16, which puts ‘gender identity’ and “gender expression’ into both the country’s Human Rights Code, as well as the hate crime category of its Criminal Code by a vote of 67-11, according to LifeSiteNews.
The bill now only needs royal assent from the governor general.”
As you might expect, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was very happy about this:
Great news: Bill C-16 has passed the Senate – making it illegal to discriminate based on gender identity or expression. #LoveisLove
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) June 16, 2017
But not everyone was pleased with the move, as one professor says this infringement on freedom of speech is just plain wrong:
“Jordan Peterson, a professor at the University of Toronto, and one of the bill’s fiercest critics, spoke to the Senate before the vote, insisting that it infringed upon citizens’ freedom of speech and institutes what he views as dubious gender ideology into law.
‘Compelled speech has come to Canada,’ stated Peterson. ‘We will seriously regret this.‘
‘[Ideologues are] using unsuspecting and sometimes complicit members of the so-called transgender community to push their ideological vanguard forward,’ said the professor to the Senate in May.
‘The very idea that calling someone a term that they didn’t choose causes them such irreparable harm that legal remedies should be sought [is] an indication of just how deeply the culture of victimization has sunk into our society.’”
While it’s a bit weird to be seeing a professor stand up for a Conservative point of view, I’ll take it.
After all, who else in a country still obsessed with Barack Obama would be up to the task?
Source: The Daily Caller