political correctness


Eskimo Joe's says it will not change name or logo following online petition

Eskimo Joe’s in Oklahoma says it does not intend to make changes to its logo or name after a petition began online calling for the restaurant to drop them.

Sam Edwards

The New York Times commits to workplace struggle sessions, racial quotas

The New York Times held a meeting with The New York Times Guild to discuss how to implement measures to improve diversity in their organization, and "improve the working conditions of our colleagues of color."

James Anthony

UBC sued for violating free speech, cancelling Andy Ngo speaking event

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) is suing the University of British Columbia for its cancellation of a speaking engagement by TPM editor-at-large Andy Ngo.

Barrett Wilson

Why I'm leaving the National Post

In a Canadian media industry that regularly lauds itself for courageous truth-telling, the goal is now to hide one’s true opinion rather than declare it.

Barbara Kay

Now the woke army is trying to cancel classical music for 'racism'

Classical music's luminaries—Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Chopin—are, in the parlance, Dead White Males, a term of revulsion amongst the woke.

Barbara Kay

The CFL's Edmonton Eskimos will cave to pressure and change their name

The CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos are changing their name according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug. A formal announcement could come as soon as next week.

Barrett Wilson

Royal Canadian Navy plans to replace 'seaman' with gender-neutral term

"What this will do is ensure a safe environment so there is no double entendre," Gates said. "We want to make sure our most junior members understand and feel safe when they are being called their rank."

Sam Edwards

Misunderstanding Morrissey: Sparks and the steady drip, drip, drip of slander

One wonders whether the vocal Morrissey detractors have delved much beyond the surface of NME's clickbait headlines and the lefty identity politics of formerly reputable publications like The Guardian.

Fiona Dodwell

Co-founder of BLM Vancouver says that 'reliability' and 'loyalty' are white supremacist concepts

A Vancouver-based leader of Black Lives Matter has taken to Twitter to expose the concepts of "reliability" and "loyalty" as part of "capitalist white supremacy" that must be resisted and rejected.

Barrett Wilson

BC hockey team changes name from 'Braves' just in case it might be offensive

A hockey team on Vancouver Island will be changing their name and logo after the team's owners felt it may be disrespectful to Indigenous communities.

Quinn Patrick

City of Seattle teaches white employees to 'undo their whiteness' in bizarre 'diversity training' sessions

If a white employee speaks too much, that’s "imposition" or "paternalism." If a white employee speaks too little, "silence" is also "violence."

Mia Cathell

Ex-football players lobby SFU to change their Scottish nickname 'The Clan'

Simon Fraser University is considering changing the nick name of the football team, which is referred to as "The Clan." despite no connection to KKK.

Quinn Patrick

HIPPOCRATIC HYPOCRISY: Over 1,300 health professionals endorsed BLM protests after condemning lockdown protests

Epidemiologists, doctors, and other medical personnel decried the anti-lockdown protests as reinforcing white supremacy, but as soon as the Black Lives Matter protests began, supported them.

Libby Emmons

Washington Redskins to review team name after pressured by major corporations—Nike removes their merch online

A 2016 Washington Post poll of 504 Native Americans found that nine of 10 were not offended by the Redskins name.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

City of Regina puts TRIGGER WARNING on statue of Sir John A. Macdonald—just in time for Canada Day

A statue of Sir John A. MacDonald in Regina's Victoria Park has become the subject of debate, prompting the City of Regina to place a plaque with a "trigger warning" on it.

Quinn Patrick