Trudeau’s Missteps, John Tory Testing Out Liberal leadership Run and Gen Vance’s Bad Leadership

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    Social media platforms must be held accountable for the hate speech & disinformation we see online – and if they don’t step up, there will be consequences. We launched Canada’s new Digital Charter today to guide our decisions, learn more about it – justin trudeau

    these are the same people that condemn the Germans for burning books filled with porn and commie BS
    makes one wonder

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    [B]Section 319[/B] defines “public incitement of hatred” as an indictable offence:

    (1) Every one who, [I]by communicating statements in any public place, incites hatred against any identifiable group[/I] [I]where such incitement is likely to lead to a breach of the peace[/I] is guilty of

    (a) an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years; or

    (b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.

    (2) Every one who, by communicating statements, other than in private conversation, wilfully promotes hatred against any identifiable group is guilty of

    (a) an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years; or

    (b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.

    [B]However, there are some defences against such charges. Subsection 3 of Section 319 states:[/B]

    [B]No person shall be convicted of an offence under subsection (2)[/B]

    (a) if he establishes that the statements communicated were true;

    (b) if, in good faith,[B] [/B]the person expressed or attempted to establish by an argument an opinion on a religious subject or an opinion based on a belief in a religious text;

    (c) if the statements were relevant to any subject of public interest, the discussion of which was for the public benefit, and if on reasonable grounds he believed them to be true; or

    (d) if, in good faith, he intended to point out, for the purpose of (their) removal, matters producing or tending to produce feelings of hatred toward an identifiable group in Canada.

    Under Section 319, “statements” includes words spoken or written or recorded electronically or electro-magnetically or otherwise, and gestures, signs or other visible representations.

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    We have a diverse set of sessions for you to attend during the OGP Summit. Agenda sessions were selected from an open call for proposals that closed on February 6th. Thank you to all who participated in this process!

    Agenda details are subject to change without notice.

    We’re have sessions that facilitate dynamic discussion and knowledge exchange among participants. Formats include:

    [*][B]Fishbowl[/B] – Open conversation with two to four lead discussants in which a moderator facilitates and engages different audience members to join the discussion.
    [*][B]Knowledge Cafe[/B] – The audience is divided into small groups that have a discussion on key questions around the session theme. The facilitator then asks each group to share their conversation takeaways with the larger audience.
    [*][B]Lightning Talks[/B] – The session organizer will curate a series of speakers that will use storytelling to present their ideas and share examples of inspiration or failure around the session theme.
    [*][B]Panel[/B] – Dynamic, high-level, facilitated conversations with up to 5 experts or practitioners, including government officials, civil society members, and representatives from other sectors.
    [*][B]Town Hall[/B] – Moderator facilitates a conversation with key respondents and community members to provide space for them to voice their opinions, concerns, and ideas and potentially seek consensus around a particular issue.
    [*][B]Challenge Clinic / Solution Room[/B] – Pre-selected participants present their challenge or issue to a cross-section of peers/practitioners, donors, academics, etc. to discuss and seek solutions.
    [*][B]Demo / Experiential Learning[/B] – Short interactive, hands-on presentations where participants can test, give feedback on or learn how to use a new tool; these are often but not limited to tech tools.
    [*][B]Workshop[/B] – Hands-on workshops facilitated by experts, allowing the exchange of experience around interactive activities: project presentations, discussion around case studies, or trainings on specific tools, techniques, or skills.
    At the Summit, these delegates will come together to think through the future of open government and design practical ideas for governments, businesses, and civil society organizations to make youth engagement meaningful within different OGP processes.

    We received over 3,000 applicants for the 25 spots, showing just how important open government is to young people today. This year’s cohort of youth delegates (ages 19-26) includes representatives from 19 different countries and 6 continents. They are researchers, directors and presidents of NGOs and CSOs, lawyers, doctoral candidates, activists, university students, and active citizens. They care about and work on issues such as public policy, health, sustainable development, anti-corruption, women’s rights, youth empowerment, good governance, technology, open data, democracy promotion, LGBTQIA+ rights, and, of course, open government.

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    Heartbreaking to humans with a soul , but to Trudeau and the Liberal Party, their lives meant nothing.
    This only makes me hate Trudeau more than ever

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