Friday, February 16, 2018

The cluster mess that is our federal government

It's too bad our politicians have such a difficult time grasping what rights are in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. They just can't seem to grasp why we are upset with them when they ignore our actual rights all the while wanting us to honour their made up rights. 

I think Patty Hajdu and Justin Trudeau must listen to Joyce Arthur and other pro-abortions too much. As a result they actually believe the untruths Arthur repeats about "abortion rights".

Sad eh?

Read an email exchange below between Theresa Winchester and Minister Hajdu on the summer jobs program.


What nonsense you write.  

There is no individual human right to an abortion.  Look it up in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  Look it up in the Supreme Court case law on the subject.  Nothing in our land has created a right to an abortion.  Just because something is repeated by an elected official does not make it law.  An elected official who does not understand the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms nor Supreme Court decisions is, well, let's just say "dangerous" rather than so many adjectives that come to mind.  

If you want a work "environment that respects the rights of all Canadians", let's start with the rights of the individuals who don't agree with the Liberal Party's take on the world.  Odd how their rights appear to be forgotten in the cluster mess that is our federal government.  Surely they are encompassed in the term "all Canadians".  Since when did belief in the views of the governing party become an integral part of the hiring criteria?  

I can not believe that you can even write such dribble.  


On Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 9:10 AM, <> wrote:
Dear Ms. Winchester:

On behalf of the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, this email is in response to your correspondence regarding the recent change to the eligibility requirements for the 2018 Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program.

The intent of the CSJ program has always been to provide young people with high quality, paid summer work opportunities, where they can gain valuable experience and earn money to help pay for school.

As you are aware, the 2018 application asks organizations to confirm that both the job and the organization's core mandate respect individual human rights and labour laws and do not support discriminatory practices.

These changes will help ensure that a young person in a job funded by the Government will work in an environment that respects the rights of all Canadians.

To address questions from Canadians on eligibility, Employment and Social Development Canada published supplementary information on the CSJ web page You are encouraged to consult this information, which includes examples of core mandates and proposed jobs.

As outlined in the supplementary information, an organization’s core mandate is the primary activities undertaken by the organization that reflect its ongoing services provided to the community. It is not the beliefs, nor the values of the organization. To respect individual human rights means that an organization’s primary activities and the job responsibilities do not seek to remove or actively undermine existing rights.

Thank you for writing to share your views on this matter.

Yours sincerely,

Canada Summer Jobs
An initiative of the Summer Work Experience Program
Employment and Social Development Canada
Toll-free: 1-800-935-5555

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