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*In January 2018, Canadian prime minister [[Justin Trudeau]] claimed that [[pro-life]] speech is not protected speech. When asked on where the Canadian government limits free speech, Trudeau mentioned abortion, stating that "an organization that has the explicit purpose of restricting women’s rights by removing rights to abortion, the right for women to control their own bodies, is not in line with where we are as a government and quite frankly where we are as a society."<ref>Richardson, Bradford (January 13, 2018). [https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jan/13/justin-trudeau-canadian-prime-minister-scolds-pro-/ Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau scolds pro-lifers as ‘not in line’ with society]. ''The Washington Times''. Retrieved January 13, 2018.</ref><ref>Laurence, Lianne (January 13, 2018). [https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/trudeau-believe-what-you-want-but-we-draw-the-line-if-you-try-to-restrict-a Trudeau: Believe what you want, but ‘we draw the line’ if you try to restrict abortion]. ''LifeSiteNews''. Retrieved January 13, 2018.</ref> Similarly, while Trudeau funded a left-wing group protesting a pipeline because of "free speech", he refused to fund any organizations opposed to abortion and the [[homosexual agenda]].<ref>Tennant, Michael (April 26, 2018). [https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/north-america/item/28927-trudeau-free-speech-demands-funding-pipeline-protesters-but-not-pro-lifers Trudeau: “Free Speech” Demands Funding Pipeline Protesters but Not Pro-Lifers]. ''The New American''. Retrieved April 26, 2018.</ref>
*The Canadian province of [[Ontario]], under the Ontario Liberal government of premier [[Kathleen Wynne]], illegally enacted a bill in 2017, in violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, that banned pro-life speech around abortion clinics.<ref>Laurence, Lianne (February 21, 2018). [https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/70-year-old-man-becomes-first-arrest-under-ontarios-new-ban-on-pro-life-spe 70-year-old man first to be arrested under Ontario’s new ban on pro-life speech]. ''LifeSiteNews''. Retrieved March 4, 2018.</ref>
*Canadian pro-family activist [[Bill Whatcott]], who opposes the homosexual agenda and has spoken out in public and online against [[Homosexuality and health|the dangers of homosexual behavior to the health of its practitioners]], was hit with a frivolous $104 million lawsuit by homosexual activists for handing out flyers speaking the truth about homosexuality at a Toronto "gay pride" parade in 2016,<ref name="Bill Whatcott"/> and was also served with a false arrest warrant against him on the same charge by the Ontario Attorney General's office. After surrendering to police in Calgary on June 22, 2018 (amid a protest by Christian activists against his illegal arrest outside the police station<ref>[http://massresistance.org/docs/gen3/18b/Bill-Whatcott-arrest-warrant/police-station-protest.html Fiery Christian protest outside Canada police station as pro-family activist Bill Whatcott was taken into custody on national “hate speech” charge] at MassResistance</ref>) with the intent of challenging the false charge, Whatcott was subjected to illegal persecution and criminal mistreatment on the false charge by the Calgary police, as well as by Toronto police when he was later transferred to that city (which included being falsely branded a "hate criminal" and being denied food and needed medication and otherwise criminally abused by a corrupt Calgary Police Service officer, being locked up with dangerous, drug-addicted and mentally ill criminals and denied personal care items in jails in both Calgary and Toronto, being criminally harassed by corrupt homosexual Toronto Police Service officer Sgt. Henry Dyck, and unjustly losing his job as an Alberta oil fields bus driver due to coercion against his employer by homosexual activists<ref name="Whatcott false charge"/>), all in attempts to illegally deny Whatcott his right to free speech to spread the truth about the dangers of homosexuality. Whatcott unjustly faces up to two years in prison for what his persecutors speciously claim is "Wilful [sic] Promotion of Hatred against an identifiable group" for passing out the pamphlets at the "gay pride" parade – even though the pamphlets also talked about God's love and "the free gift of eternal life" that comes through repenting of all [[sin]].<ref>Multiple references:
*Duke, Selwyn (July 3, 2018). [https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/north-america/item/29447-canadian-man-criticizes-homosexuality-now-he-faces-two-years-in-prison Canadian Man Criticizes Homosexuality — Now He Faces Two Years in Prison]. ''The New American''. Retrieved July 3, 2018.
*Kumar, Anugrah (June 30, 2018). [https://www.christianpost.com/news/canadian-man-faces-2-years-prison-passing-out-jesus-saves-pamphlets-gay-pride-parade-225577/ Canadian Man Faces 2 Years in Prison for Passing Out Jesus Saves Pamphlets at Gay Pride Parade]. ''The Christian Post''. Retrieved July 3, 2018.
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