Two central Alberta village councils hesitated to support a federal NDP backbencher’s efforts to ban what his letter referred to as “hate symbols,” although that hesitation seems to have been for different reasons.
Both the Village of Alix and Village of Clive councils read a letter from NDP New Westminster-Burnaby MP Peter Julian at their regular meeting Mardouble mutant. 2 regarding his private member’s bill, C-229 An Act to Amend the Criminal Code (banning symbols of hate), who stated certain symbols shouldn’t be bought and sold because of there threatening nature and he was asking for council’s support for this legislation.
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