Examiner Only Publication Left That Doesn’t Hit Copy/Paste

Toronto Sun – Canadians who suffer human rights abuses will have a tougher time complaining about them to the Human Rights Commission with three offices on the chopping block, according to the federal public service union…

Montreal Gazette – Canada’s largest federal union is calling the federal government’s decision to close three Canadian Human Rights Commission’s offices an attack on human rights and women’s groups…

Calgary Herald – Canada’s largest federal union is protesting the Harper government’s decision to close three of the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s offices…

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Examiner – Gordon puts the closures and job cuts, which have not been confirmed in public by Commission staff, squarely at the feet of the Harper government. Yet a spokesperson for Justice Minister Rob Nicholson says “The Canadian Human Rights Commission is an independent agency that administers the Canadian Human Rights Act without interference from the Government. This internal re-organization was a decision made by the Commission without direction or input from the Government.”

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