Human rights, of course, has long been the mother’s milk of Canadian political life. But in recent years, it has become clear that the provincial and federal tribunals that operate under the human rights banner are even more problematic than the waning social ills — racism, sexism, homophobia — they are meant to address. Unlike in a proper civil trial, the accuser in a human rights tribunal proceeding gets his prosecution paid for by the government: He merely has to scrawl out a complaint to get the process going, and then watch his prey squirm under years of costly, often Kafkaesque, prosecution. In censorship cases — involving, most famously, Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn — human rights mandarins have made it clear that they have scant regard for free speech.
We already have a place in this society where citizens can get their legal grievances heard: It’s called a courtroom.
Yeah... fire the Liberal Fascist Commissars of the horrific Star Chambers and make everyone go to a real court where everyone will be treated fairly and have their rights upheld, not trampled with impunity. The "Human Rights" Commissions are nothing but rogue, Constitution-ignoring bigots.