by Lianne Laurence, LifeSiteNews.com
An Ontario university has apologized to a grad student after faculty subjected her to an investigation for showing a clip, in a neutral way, of a University of Toronto professor opposing the transgender agenda.
Last week, Lindsay Shepherd, a teaching assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University, went public with a tape of a private meeting in which three faculty members reduced her to tears, berated her for creating a “toxic climate” in class and repeatedly suggested she’d broken Canada’s new law enforcing the use of gender neutral pronouns.
Ironically, Shepherd got into hot water by showing students an interview clip of controversial professor and psychologist Jordan Peterson, who warned from the outset the law would lead to compelled speech in Canada.
Wilfred Laurier University’s President and Vice-Chancellor Deborah MacLatchy released a letter Tuesday saying “through the media” she was able to listen to the audio of the meeting Shepherd had with three faculty members, and which Shepherd secretly taped.
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