This morning the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision on the case of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission v. William Whatcott. The ruling is considered to be a landmark decision for free expression in Canada, impacting the interpretation and strength of hate speech legislation in the country.
CJFE was one of 20 intervenors on the case, and one of only two mentioned in the Supreme Court's ruling.
In the news
• CBC | Top court upholds key part of Sask. anti-hate law
• Edmonton Journal | Anti-gay flyers violated Saskatchewan human rights code: Supreme Court
• The Globe and Mail | Supreme Court upholds hate laws in case involving anti-gay proselytizer
• Huffington Post | You've Been Robbed By the Supreme Court's Whatcott Decision
• Macleans | Whatcott Decision: The implications extend far beyond one anti-gay crusader
• National Post | Supreme Court upholds Canada’s hate speech laws in case involving anti-gay crusader
• Toronto Star | Hate speech ruling: Anti-gay pamphlets broke law, Supreme Court of Canada says