McMaster earns “D” in free speech

McMaster University receives a “D” when it comes to protecting free speech.
In a report, McMaster loses marks because it doesn’t have an anti-disruption policy prohibiting students and others from blocking or banning speech at campus events.
Last March, angry protestors tried to prevent University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson from speaking about freedom of speech and political correctness.
McMaster President Patrick Deans says developing an anti-disruption policy is an “urgent issue” and a “priority” for him.

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