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Bill set to enshrine 'gender expression' in Canada’s Human Rights Code

Critics claim the legislation may punish those who question transgenderism with jailtime

Bill set to enshrine 'gender expression' in Canada’s Human Rights Code

Canadians who disavow gender theory could be charged with hate crimes, fined, jailed, and compelled to undergo anti-bias training if the Trudeau Liberals’ Bill C-16 passes, critics told a Senate committee last week.

The Senate could vote as early as May 30 on Bill C-16, which adds “gender expression” and “gender identity” to Canada’s Human Rights Code and to the Criminal Code’s hate crime section.

Dr. Jordan Peterson and lawyer D. Jared Brown were among those warned the committee the bill is an unprecedented threat to freedom of expression and codifies a spurious ideology of gender identity in law.

Meanwhile, Campaign Life Coalition has issued an urgent call on Facebook for fasting and prayer that those senators in favour of the bill have a change of heart. As it stands, Bill C-16 is expected to pass.

CLC also commended Peterson for proving to be “a hero in this battle.”

A University of Toronto psychology professor, Peterson told the senate committee May 17 that “it’s unbelievably dangerous for us to move towards representing a social constructionist view of identity in our legal system.”

This article continues at [LifeSiteNews] Radical Canadian bill could mean jail for rejecting transgenderism: critics

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