Freedom to assemble and speak freely about man-woman marriage, family, and sexuality is now restricted.

Most faith communities have become “politically correct” to avoid fines and loss of charitable status.

Canadian media are restricted by the Canadian Radio, Television, and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which is similar to the FCC. If the media air anything considered discriminatory, broadcasting licenses can be revoked, and “human rights bodies” can charge fines and restrict future airings.

An example of legally curtailed speech regarding homosexuality in Canada involves the case of Bill Whatcott, who was arrested for hate speech in April 2014 after distributing pamphlets that were critical of homosexuality.

Whether or not you agree with what he says, you should be aghast at this state-sanctioned gagging.

Books, DVDs, and other materials can also be confiscated at the Canadian border if the materials are deemed “hateful.”
Excerpts from an article of The Witherspoon Institute