Right to Speak

Under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Canadians enjoy a right to freedom of expression. Yet Jordan Peterson events have been cancelled, there was an uproar when environmentalist Tzeporah Berman was to speak in Alberta, and other speakers whose views are considered, by some, to be controversial or unwelcome have been banned from speaking at venues across Canada. Should they have been allowed to speak or been censored? Who decides? And who decides who decides?

For some thought-provoking views on the topic, listen to Right to Speak

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