A handy email from R. Franklin Carter compiled a list of coverage of the Oger BC Human Rights Tribunal decision finding Bill Whatcott guilty of violating section 7 of the BC Human Rights Code.
R. Franklin Carter is Editor and Researcher of the Freedom of Expression Committee of the Book and Periodical Council, in Toronto, Canada.
(Reprinted with permission)
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From: Richard Franklin Carter
Date: Fri, Apr 5, 2019 at 8:20 PM
Subject: BPC FoEC: Morgane Oger v. William Whatcott
To: Richard Franklin Carter
On March 27, 2019, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal ruled on a dispute between Morgane Oger and William Whatcott.
The tribunal ruled that Whatcott, a Christian activist, had discriminated against Oger, a transgender activist and former B.C. NDP candidate, when Whatcott distributed a leaflet about Oger’s sexuality during the provincial election in 2017.
The tribunal ordered Whatcott to pay $55,000 to Oger.
Read the tribunal’s ruling here:
CBC News reports:
Terry Haig of Radio Canada International reports:
The Canadian Press reports:
In the Vancouver Sun, David Carrigg reports:
In The Star, Tessa Vikander reports:
Robyn Crawford of Global News reports:
Jeremy Hainsworth of Glacier Media reports:
Lianne Laurence of LifeSiteNews reports:
Nikitha Martins of CityNews reports:
In The Georgia Straight, Martin Dunphy reports:
At Get Religion, Julia Duin comments:
In The Christian Post, Michael Brown comments:
In The Telegram, Brian Jones comments:
R. Franklin Carter
Editor and Researcher
Book and Periodical Council
Freedom of Expression Committee
I write about inclusion and political issues while working to narrow the gap between the laws we took great pains to create and their real-world implementation.