Canadian Human Rights Section 13 Complaints
Former Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, rescinded s. 13(1) of the Canadian Human Rights Act in 2013. S. 13(1) was one of the most important pieces of legislation to prevent hate groups from using the internet to promote racism and hate and recruit young people into hate groups. Stephen Harper, in his early career as a right-wing politicians, was a member of the Norther Foundation. The Foundation was a far right group based in Canada with connections to Paul Fromm, a school teacher dismissed for his connections and work with the far right in Canad and internationally, and Wolfgang Droege, a founder of the far right Heritage Front. www.stopracism.ca is in the process of researching and publishing the convergence of the far right and mainstream political parties and politicians in Canada along with research on understanding hate groups and modern day fascism.
We are lobbying for the return of S. 13(1), or something like it. We have been requested to make suggestions on use and law by a task force of the Canadian Human Rights Commission. We will announce our proposal for your support on this website shortly.
The following are a few examples of s. 13 human rights complaints. They are provided for educational purposes to show how important S. 13.1 was and why we need similar legislation now.
Melisa Guille left, Fredrick Paul Fromm right. See Fredrick Paul Fromm and Ontario College of Teachers below.
6. Peter Kouba
Results of Sec. 13 Complaints
The following are some examples of the results of S. 13 complaints. They are provided for educational purposes.
Tony McAleer handcuffed
5. Warman and CHRC v. Kouba (coming)
6. Warman and CHRC v. Western Canada for Us and Glenn Bahr (coming)
B.C. Human Rights Complaints
Doug Collins foreground with Paul Fromm giving a cheque to Doug Chrisite background.
2. Charles Scott and the Church of Jesus Christ in Israel (coming)
Paul Fromm at a neo-nazi Aryan Guard rally, Calgary, Alberta