Is there some contest to see how silly a complaint Canada’s human-rights commissions will try to take seriously, asks the Montreal Gazette. But hey, when all of the world’s problems can be distilled down to whether the state can enforce comedy, or whether restaurants must simultaneously comply with sanitation codes yet reserve the ‘right’ for employees to decide as they see fit to wash their hands, how much sillier can it get? Quite a bit more apparently. The problem, of course is that for the victim – and I mean the poor sap dragged through the process – it isn’t silly. It is often downright Kafkaesque; arbitrary, vicious and entirely an affront to common law.
Time to see off these cheerless, soulless, fun crushing taxpayer-funded parasitical ‘offices’. Write to your MP (and MLA’s for the provincial counterparts) and demand that Canada’s Human Rights Commission be shuttered and their commissars put out to pasture.