Manitoba Human Rights Adjudication Panel Orders Government to Pay out $50,000 in Damages for Failing to Validate Imaginary Genders

A ruling on November 4th from the Manitoba Human Rights Adjudication Panel has awarded $50,000 in damages to a complainant who had accused that province’s Vital Statistics Agency of discrimination on the basis of gender identity because they were refused an option of a non binary sex designation on their birth certificate. Due to a publication ban the complainant is known only as “T.A.”

In 2013 T.A. applied for a birth certificate. They maintain that this was important because they were experiencing hardships such as homelessness and ill health and having documents that reflect their pangender identity would help “ameliorate the situation”. This request was denied because the only available options are male or female.

Adjudicator Dan Manning maintained that:

“In my view, from an objective perspective, I find the seriousness of the conduct to be the high end. Gender identity is a part of our concept of selfhood. The Director’s practice to not allow non-binary designations of sex designation and only permit male or female designations was effectively the government refusing to acknowledge T.A.’s agency and personhood”

In addition to the payout Vitals Statistics has 180 days to revise its criteria for birth certificates in Manitoba and permit a third option in the category of sex designation.

The adjudicator maintains that a sex designation on a birth certificate “is simply a reference, marker, or category that is congruent to an applicant’s gender identity”. Mr. Manning cites the incoherent concept sometimes knows as legal sex (the ability to change your sex marker from male to female or vice versa so your desire, and not reality, is reflected) as evidence that sex designation itself is nothing more than a marker for gender identity.

This is quite extraordinary as the concepts of “pangender” and “non binary” are, in fact, spiritual beliefs that have no relationship whatsoever with the biological reality of whether one is male or female.

It is impossible to define “gender identity” without relying on sexist stereotypes. This is outlined quite well in the ruling when the complainants felt gender variation is described thus:

“T.A. may choose to wear clothing typically associated with male and female gender. T.A. pursues interests which may be considered stereotypically male and others stereotypically female. “

People can wear whatever clothes they wish to in Canada. People can pursue any interest they wish irrespective of sex role stereotypes in this country because it is a free country. As silly as this ruling may seem it is quite serious. It serves as a warning to the other 7 jurisdictions in Canada that have yet to make this change and get in line with the state’s new religion

Statistics Canada is No Longer Recording the Sex of Criminals and They Have Not Bothered to Inform the Public

I have encountered some confusion from people when discussing Statistics Canada’s recent decision to compel police departments across Canada to record the self declared gender identity of criminals in place of their sex. I suspect that the confusion stems from the fact that the Statistics Canada website does not outline this change.

The site makes it appear that they will be recording both sex and gender (what ever that is…) but they fail to mention that in respect to criminal data only gender is being recorded (as of January 2019). In an effort to, hopefully, clear this up I have posted screenshots of emails I received from Statistics Canada. I received the response below on April 25, 2019.

Anyone who would like to independently verify this should contact either Statistics Canada or the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police.

It is important to note that data from police is used to create the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey (UCR). The UCR is a necessary resource for research regarding the frequency and nature of crime in Canada. This incoherent change has rendered statistics on male and female victimization and violence unreliable.

When my head stopped spinning I sent a follow up email asking whether any announcement had been made by Statistics Canada regarding this seismic shift. I received the new sex and gender standards (sex/gender), a link to Bill C-16 (which added gender identity and expression as prohibited means of discrimination in the criminal code) and a link to Statistics Canada’s page for “gender, diversity, and inclusion statistics”. Nothing in this response (pictured below) indicates that there has been any effort on the part of the government to inform Canadians of this surreptitiously imposed destruction of crime statistics.

(*Edit: There has been some confusion expressed by people who do not understand why the above links do not constitute an announcement. The reason is, while they have announced their new definitions, they have not announced that crime is now only being recorded by self declared gender. )

I cannot imagine what is in the minds of the people who have crafted and implemented this mess. Do they really believe they can fundamentally reshape how Canadians understand sex? Do they really believe that they can erase sex as a variable in crime statistics, thereby robbing women of the ability to track male violence, and sneakily get away with it by not informing the public? It is obvious that they do. It is obvious that they are not foolish to believe they could because they have done it and few have noticed.

The Ontario Provincial Police are Recording Male Crime as Female Crime

I just received the response pictured below from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). As of January 2019 crime in Canada is no longer recorded by sex but by self declaration of gender identity. I have written about this previously and astoundingly I believe I am the only person to have written about it despite the fact that many journalists are aware of this. This is incredibly serious and has been foisted on police departments by Statistics Canada. No announcement has been made and the government website does not reflect this change.

I emailed police departments across the country in an attempt to learn whether or not they had already implemented this change. It is clear that they are all in lock step with the Canadian Association of Cheifs of Police (CACP) and have agreed to erase sex from crime statistics. Statistics Canada has collaborated with the CACP to implement this bizarre change.

I want to elaborate on why this change is incoherent and an act of profound contempt for women and girls but for now I will just share the email I sent in response to OPP’s letter. If you would like to send Mr. Eamer your thoughts you can reach him at:

Mr. Eamer,
Thank you for your response. These changes are unacceptable and you will amend any mistakes that have been made as a result of its implementation.
It’s pertinent for you to understand that this destroys the integrity of crime statistics. Police data is used to create the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey which is a vital tool for researchers. This misogynist change has rendered this data useless.
Anyone who does not understand why recording male perpetrated crime as female perpetrated crime is erroneous and vile has no place in either government or law enforcement.
It’s clear to me now why the head of Statistics Canada resigned a few years ago as a protest against government interference. This completely incoherent change has happened surreptitiously without the input or knowledge of Canadians. Such behavior is totally unacceptable in a democracy.
I can assure that women across the country are working to expose this  corruption and everyone who has crafted and facilitated it will be held accountable.
April Halley 

The CBC are as Corrupt as Crime Statistics in Canada

Crime Statistics in Canada are no Longer Recorded by Sex but by Gender Identity

*Update the CBC have finally reported on the discrimination case at BCHT. They have failed to mention the allegations of sexual abuse that this man is facing.

Right now there is a man , who many allege is a pedophile, using the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal to accuse female aestheticians of discrimination on the basis of gender identity because they refused to wax his genitals. He has accused 16 women in total. The CBC has not covered this story whatsoever despite the fact that it has the potential to set a precedent legally compelling women to accept sexual harassment in the workplace.

Many Canadians rely on and trust the CBC and this is why we are possibly the most ignorant people in the free world. The CBC is failing to report on the frightening ramifications of gender identity policy for women and girls occurring in this country and elsewhere. I did not learn about this mess from the media. I learned about it from brave British women on Twitter. Women who have organized to fight the encroachment of gender identity policy on their human rights and who continue to speak out despite threat of arrest for merely uttering biological facts.

The CBC wrote about the transfer of a fully intact male into a women’s federal prison as if he was Nelson Mandela being freed from Robben Island. They have failed to cover the harassment and assaults that have occurred in women’s correctional facilities as a result of the admission of serial pedophile Matthew Harks.

I have spoken to a few Canadians who are aware of this strange problem and they seem to think it is a case of virtue signalling gone off the rails. I do not agree. I will give the people at the helm of the CBC more credit than that, I do not believe they are that dense. This is no absurd error. They know exactly what they are doing.

This brings me, finally, to my main point. As of January 2019 crime statistics in Canada are no longer recorded by sex but by gender identity.

I learned of this Orwellian alteration to crime data by emailing Statistics Canada (SC). I decided to do this after a friend shared correspondence between herself and SC that I found unprofessional, mind-boggling, and inconsistent. Where SC used to record the boring old reality based variable of sex they will now be recording both sex assigned at birth and gender identity.

Statistics Canada has over 350 surveys including the vital Universal Crime Reporting (UCR) Survey which records the incidence and characteristics of crime. SC stated that seeing as the UCR was extracted from police systems it would likely record only one variable. Being a naive Canadian I did a silly thing and I assumed that the variable being recorded would remain sex. Even after reading the convoluted emails that were shared with me I was not prepared for the dogmatic reply I would myself receive from SC.

I followed up with SC because they had stated that people filling out surveys which still have a binary concept of gender “should report the sex with which they most identify” and this I found clearly muddled. Obviously, allowing people to choose which sex they are in a survey defeats the purpose of recording sex. The email also stated that there was no “framework” for the “full transition” of surveys but that some would record the sex and gender variable and some would record just one of those variables.

On the surface this may not sound like much. Gender identity is a nebulous concept the recording of which is of no statistical value whatsoever (unless you are studying cults) and the malevolence inherent to indulging this is not readily apparent. That is until you realize that the purpose of this change is not to obtain data on a imaginary marginalized group but to erase the reality of sex from statistics.

This is particularly incensing when it comes to crime. The overwhelming majority of violent crime is perpetrated by males. It is no secret that women and girls are extremely vulnerable to suffering abuse from violent men. This is why we have safeguards like single sex bathrooms (which are now under attack). The Government of Canada is destroying our ability to have accurate data on male violence against females and women’s groups are either silent or spearheading the destruction.

This is an excruciating betrayal of females from the past, present, and the future. In addition to the blatant health and safety issues that will arise if we continue to deny that sex is immutable, no girl should grow up in a world where she is taught in school that womanhood is a costume or an identity that a man can claim.

I emailed SC asking them how they are classifying the crimes of men who claim they are women. They told me they would have to contact the Crime and Justice Statistics Division. 10 days later I received an extraordinarily absurd response that was, at least, also thorough.

My previously stated assumption that the sex of criminals would still be recorded was, of course, wrong and sex has been relegated by Statistics Canada to the history bin in favor of the new science of genderbread people.

I do not believe this has been reported by any news agency in Canada. I do not believe the Government has made any attempt to alert the public to this seismic change.

I asked SC if any announcement had been made and all they sent me were links to their announcement in April 2018 that they would be creating new definitions for the variables sex and gender.

They cited Bill C-16 as the reason for this change. It was instigated by an “exercise” Statistics Canada began following the 2016 census. This change was recommended by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS) to the Police Information and Statistics (POLIS) Committee. It was then endorsed by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Board of Directors in November 2018. The swapping of the variable sex for gender identity in the UCR went into effect in January 2019.

Your gender identity is whatever you say it is according to the Government of Canada. You can be a woman on Monday and a man on Tuesday. You can also choose to be recorded as both male and female or neither male nor female.

I told SC that this change rendered their data set unreliable and I was told that given the “small percentage of transgender individuals” this was not expected to “impact analysis”. That is simply untrue. For instance, the number of violent female offenders is so low that even the addition of a few males would skew data. Regardless of that it is not rational to intentionally add incorrect information to statistics.

Importantly there is no way to know how many male criminals will try and take advantage of this for a plethora of reasons. In the UK right now 1 in 50 male prisoners are claiming to be women.

In Canada a father convicted of molesting his daughter can suddenly declare he is a women and be granted his request to spend his paltry sentence in a women’s prison (this horrific topic will be explored in my next post). Such crime will not be counted among the statistics of male violence against females instead it will perversely distort the figures around female perpetrated crimes.

The new definitions for gender in the UCR are as follows:

Female: Persons who publicly expresses as female in their daily life, including at work, while shopping or accessing other services, in their housing environment or in the broader community.

Male: Persons who publicly expresses as male in their daily life, including at work, while shopping or accessing other services, in their housing environment or in the broader community.

Gender Diverse: Persons who publicly expresses as neither exclusively male nor exclusively female. It includes persons who are unsure of their gender, persons who express themselves as both male and female or neither male nor female, including at work, while shopping or accessing other services, in their housing environment or in the broader community.

The sheer lunacy of this shift is, I am confident, clear to all thinking people so I have nothing more to add other than something is rotten in the state of Denmark.