Human Right to Corn Dogs?

Link: Globe & Mail: Montreal theme park facing human-rights complaint over Bob Marley t-shirt ban

“His grey T-shirt features a design that includes a black-and-white image of the late reggae legend and a cluster of green, marijuana-shaped leaves.

La Ronde says on its website it strictly enforces a dress code that states clothing with rude, vulgar or offensive language and graphics are not permitted.”

I think it would be safe to say that the marijuana leaf and not the colour of the individuals skin is the issue here.  Again… individuals and groups can not take away your freedom of expression only the goverenment can via force.  Mr. Moise is free to wear his shirt and the theme park is also free to say that he can’t enter thier property because of his attire.

The last time I checked the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms does not provide for the right to corn dogs.

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