I am not going to do an analysis on this topic now. I have a conflict of interest because of my wife’s employer. However, other people have done solid coverage on this. Thanks to Richard Franklin Carter for these links:
Kathleen Harris of CBC News reports:
In the Law Times, Gabrielle Giroday reports:
Marc Montgomery of Radio Canada International reports:
In the National Post, Stuart Thomson reports.
Wallis Snowdon of CBC News reports:
In The London Free Press, Anthony Furey comments:
An editorial writer at Postmedia comments:
In The Post Millennial, Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson comment:
In The Nelson Daily, David V. Johnson comments:
The official website of Canada’s Parliament provides basic facts about the committee and its work.
This page shows photos of the committee members and displays their party affiliations:
This news release (dated April 11) announces the committee’s intention to investigate online hatred:
This page lists all past committee meetings that were devoted to the discussion of online hatred: