Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNick
Getting something from an employer is different from getting special status or rights from the govt and being treated differently under the law.
It's called collective bargaining. The Crown got land, we got "special status and rights".
It's the same thing, collective bargaining.
I'm not guaranteed anything a unionized worker gets via collective bargaining. I'm not guaranteed employment in a union shop. In fact, union members, are given preferential treatment to fill union shop jobs. Legally.
It is illegal to give preferential treatment based on race.
There is nothing in the constitution that says I don't still have that right. All law abiding citizens should have that right. Just because a bunch of power-hungry idiots in Ottawa write something on paper and convince their armed thugs to enforce it doesn't make it right.
Irrelevant. The overwhelming majority of Canadians, do not have the right.
And yet so many want to be non-Canadian (ie. sioux, haida, chippewa) except at certain times when they get their special entitlement.
Incorrect. That entitlement, by contract, isn't based on Canadian citizenship.
Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert
The law is or the Act? I was referring to the law. DUHmpy said the law was racist.
The Act, my bad. I thought you were referring to the Act.