Irwin Cotler, the long time Liberal MP from Montreal, is about to retire. But before he goes, he's launched one final missile at Canada: The private member's bill C-671.
I call it "the Charlie Hebdo Act" because it would make the publication of satirical magazines and blogs illegal.
I'll walk you through the bill word for word and explain why.
If you remember my battles with the Human Rights Commission and Section 13 -- which was finally repealed two years ago -- then you may recognize some of the language in Cotler's bill.
Except, believe it or not, his bill is worse in some ways than Section 13.
For instance, he doesn't just want to make words and thoughts illegal.
He wants to outlaw certain emotions, too.
Tell me what you think after we go through the entire bill together.
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