Unions want equality for trans-sexuals.Quebec City -- The Canadian Labour Congress's third Solidarity and Pride Conference in Quebec City, November 13-15, chose as its theme "Beyond Legal Equality to Social Equality." The event listed "discrimination faced by trans-gender workers" as a challenge many unions have to deal with in the workplace. The Yukon is the only Canadian jurisdiction that recognizes "gender identity" in its human rights code, it said, adding that "education and action" are still required in this area. Other priorities for the conference were the situations facing lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and trans-gendered youths (LGBT LGBT Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender ) and "harassment" in schools and workplaces. An international LGBT conference, Workers Out!, is planned for Montreal in 2006.
Vancouver MP Bill Siksay, a "gay" activist who succeeded Svend Robinson as the MP for Burnaby-Douglas, introduced a private members' bill (C-392) in May 2005 to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act The Canadian Human Rights Act is a statute originally passed by the Government of Canada in 1977 with the express goal of extending the law to ensure equal opportunity to individuals who may be victims of discriminatory practices based on a set prohibited grounds such as gender, . He wants to include gender identity or expression as a prohibited ground of discrimination.
Kitchener, ON -- In what is being described as the result of "sex change lunacy" and judicial activism run amok, a 43-year-old trans-sexual murderer has trashed the medium/minimum security women's prison in which he was being held. With the help of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal is a quasi-judicial body established in 1977 by the Canadian Human Rights Act. It is directly funded by the Parliament of Canada and is independent of the Canadian Human Rights Commission which refers cases to it for adjudication under , "gender-identity experts" and a Canadian trans-sexual support organization, Synthia Kavanagh, then known as Richard Chaperon chap·er·on or chap·er·one
1. A person, especially an older or married woman, who accompanies a young unmarried woman in public.
2. An older person who attends and supervises a social gathering for young people. , convinced corrections officials in 1999 that he was really a woman, needed "gender reassignment surgery Gender Reassignment Surgery Definition
Also known as sex change surgery or sex reassignment surgery, gender reassignment surgery is a procedure that changes a person's external genital organs from those of one gender to those of the other. " and housing in a women's prison. Previous to his case, Corrections Canada did not acknowledge the purported necessity of sex-change treatments, nor did it provide them at taxpayers' expense. It is now also reportedly providing sex toys as necessary parts of a prisoner's medical treatment. Kavanagh has been moved to the maximum security Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ont. (LifeSite News, Oct. 17, 2005).
Vancouver -- The role of Canadian unions in the legalization of sodo-matrimony was documented in Stephen Gray's article, "Trade unions and 'same-sex marriage' law" (C.I., Oct. 2005, pp. 24-25). The same pro-death trend continues.
The May 2005 Social Justice Newsletter of the British Columbia Teachers' Federation Incorporated on July 12, 1919, the British Columbia Teachers Federation (BCTF) is a trade union that represents 38,000 public school teachers in the province of British Columbia, Canada. included a flattering review of Ann Thomson's book, Winning Choice on Abortion, about the controversy in the United States. Composed by Hilda L. Thomas, a retired University of British Columbia Locations
The Vancouver campus is located at Point Grey, a twenty-minute drive from downtown Vancouver. It is near several beaches and has views of the North Shore mountains. The 7. English professor, the review alluded to right-to-life and "anti-choice fanatics," as well as abortionists "killed or wounded in the struggle." Activist Randall Terry is described as a "prominent figure in the anti-abortion struggles of the 1970s and 1980s" who "condoned the killing of doctors who provided safe medical abortions." This, Terry never did. The BCTF BCTF British Columbia Teachers' Federation
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