WHEREAS federal and provincial Human Rights Commissions are comprised of appointed officials who are not accountable, who frequently lack legal training, and who are not required to apply the standard legal procedures and protections when making decisions;
AND WHEREAS federal and provincial Human Rights Commissions have frequently used their position to advance their own agenda outside the democratic arena of legislation;
AND WHEREAS the Human Rights Commissions have immense power in making decisions and have on many occasions exceeded the jurisdiction granted by their enable legislation;
AND WHEREAS the Human Rights Commissions are creating legal precedents that should properly be left wither to the legislature or to the courts;
BE IT RESOLVED that the Human Rights commissions, both federally and provincial, be abolished and human rights issues be properly dealt with by the legislature and the courts.