We were sitting at a large drafting table in the naval architecture lab in the Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering building at UBC when someone came in and said it had happened. My own initial emotion was of incredulous shock. It took some time for the horrible reality of what had happened to trickle in: … Continue reading The Massacre at l’Ecole Politechnique de Montréal and Supremacy’s Lingering Poison
Tonight I was at the Chilliwack Board of Education's trustee meeting to ask a question seeking clarification about the individual personal commitment of each trustee to uphold the law of British Columbia. I came to Chilliwack and asked this question because in BC the curriculum is decided by the teachers and the Ministry of Education … Continue reading My question to the Chilliwack Board of Education
The only province without one since the BC Liberal Government disbanded it in 2002, BC is preparing to re-instate its Human Rights Commission. Here is what Morgane Oger, a BC human rights activist, would like to see.
Jordan Peterson is burdened by the impossible oppression of actually having a job. When his employer requested that he address all students in class with the requisite courtesy customary of students, even if some prefer the singular they, Peterson took profound exception and flipped a proverbial table. Refusing to yield to pressure to extend the … Continue reading Peterson’s Petulance Problem