Canada's most ironic government agency name is...

Clarice Feldman
The brilliant Ezra Levant summarizes his experience before Alberta's oddly named Human Rights Commission:
"What a strange place Canada is in 2008, where the police care more about human rights than the human rights commissions do, where fundamentalist Muslims use hate-speech laws drafted by secular Jews, and where a government bureaucrat can interrogate a publisher for 90 minutes, and be shocked when he won't shake her hand in greeting."


The brilliant Ezra Levant summarizes his experience before Alberta's oddly named Human Rights Commission:
"What a strange place Canada is in 2008, where the police care more about human rights than the human rights commissions do, where fundamentalist Muslims use hate-speech laws drafted by secular Jews, and where a government bureaucrat can interrogate a publisher for 90 minutes, and be shocked when he won't shake her hand in greeting."