NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh talks to reporters after kicking of his first cross-country tour at a rally in Ottawa, Sunday October15, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand ORG XMIT: FXC101

By Brian Lilley

March 25, 2018


A week after he defended going to parades, rallies and events where terrorists are glorified as a way to let conversations happen, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh disciplined an MP that dared to vote for freedom of speech and freedom of religion.

David Christopherson, a long-time member of Parliament from Hamilton, was stripped of his position as Deputy Chair of the Procedure and House Affairs Committee. His sin, he voted with the Conservatives to allow the Canada Summer Jobs program to continue to give grants to groups like summer camps run by religious groups that oppose abortion.

Under the Justin Trudeau values test any organization that wants a summer jobs grant must sign what the government calls an “attestation” that they support abortion.

The Conservative motion was written to get broad support that groups looking after the most vulnerable were not caught up in Trudeau’s push to strip grants from activist groups working to change laws or policies on abortion.

Read  full text of the motion

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