‘Quotas Rather Than Merit?’

When a country starts dividing people into categories, and instituting quotas rather than merit for government appointments, it can definitely be said that they are guilty of ‘systemic discrimination’. It is both offensive and unjust and, in the case of judges, brings the judicial system into question...  “The number of ‘racialized’ appointees {‘Racialized’ is the … Continue reading ‘Quotas Rather Than Merit?’

‘Notwithstanding Our Rights’

The ‘Notwithstanding Clause’ of the 1982 Constitution guarantees an unequal application of our so-called ‘Rights’...  “The Quebec Court of Appeal has rejected a challenge from Canadian civil rights groups to suspend parts of the province’s secularism law, known as ‘Bill 21’. The province’s highest court handed down its 2-1 ruling...on the application for a stay … Continue reading ‘Notwithstanding Our Rights’