BC is pretty distant from Ontario (their parties are even all backwards), but I would be hopeful about this potentially setting off a chain reaction that leads to other provinces also killing their fake courts.Perhaps this is the perfect time for Yaniv to get attention.
This was regarding the now-defunct """hate speech""" section of the commission, the fact that Yaniv (and other lawfare goblins, some of which are members of the tribunals themselves) can harass businesses for free is proof that the rest of it also needs to go.For decades, Canadians had meekly submitted to a system of administrative law that potentially made de facto criminals out of anyone with politically incorrect views about women, gays, or racial and religious minority groups. All that was required was a complainant (often someone with professional ties to the CHRC itself) willing to sign his name to a piece of paper, claim he was offended, and then collect his cash winnings at the end of the process. The system was bogus and corrupt. But very few Canadians wanted to be seen as posturing against policies that were branded under the aegis of “human rights.”