Bill 67: Critical Race Theory

Currently in it’s second reading in the Ontario Legislature, Canadian Bill 67, which purports to be nothing but an “anti-racist” bill, is in fact one of the most pernicious and dangerous piece of legislation that any Canadian government has attempted to put forward. In this video Dr. Jordan Peterson is joined by Barbara Kay, Bruce Pardy and Dr. David M. Haskell to discuss the implications of this bill on both students and teachers alike. According to Dr Peterson, this bill makes C-16 look like child’s play.

Equity and Equality are NOT interchangeable – they have very  fundamentally different meanings.

Racial Equity – Any differences in outcome between any groups imaginable, such as race, is an indication of bias and is incumbent on the group to view the non-equal outcome as evidence of systemic bias.

“Non-Racism is the attitude that race doesn’t really matter and you should be treated as a human being, with the same rules and standards apply to everyone, notwithstanding the group that you belong to. Anti-racism is the opposite. It insists that your race is fundamentally important and that being white means that you are both privileged and probably racist. Bill 67 intends to make that ideology compulsory inside the school system and universities.” Bruce Pardy.

Watch these videos, and then Contact the Ontario MPPs and Doug Ford, as well as the Ontario Minister of Education and let them know that you strongly oppose this Bill. Also sign this petition.

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a clinical psychologist and professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. From 1993 to 1998 he served as assistant and then associate professor of psychology at Harvard.

Barbara Kay is a columnist for the Post Millennial, the Epoch Times, and Western Standard Online.

Bruce Pardy is executive director of Rights Probe and professor of law at Queen’s University.

Dr. David M. Haskell’s teaching and research focuses on religion in Canada, media in Canada, and religion and media in Canada. He is currently a professor at Wilfrid Laurier.



At it’s second reading, the only MPP who voted against Bill 67 was Belinda Karahalios. In this video she discusses the reasoning behind her vote. Skip to the 35:40 minute mark to get to the Bill 67 discussion.