Thanks to Ezra Levant for the tip…
Approximately two-thirds of the country’s net population growth is due to immigration. Most of these immigrants were born in Asia and generally practice religions different from the majority of native-born citizens. According to the 2006 census, “visible minorities” comprise 16.2 percent of the overall population. Ninety-six percent of these minorities live in urban areas, with the metropolitan areas of Toronto and Vancouver accounting for 60 percent of the national total of “visible minority” residents. (…)
Civil liberties organizations, the media, and some members of Parliament occasionally criticized federal and provincial human rights commissions and tribunals for their application of hate speech restrictions included in federal and provincial human rights acts, claiming that the commissions and tribunals at times limited free speech and expression, and religious rights. The commissions are required by law to process all complaints they receive.
The Report details the best known cases: Steyn, Boissoin, Catholic Insight etc. Plus:
The Jewish community comprises 4 percent of Toronto’s population but was the target of 76 percent of the religious-based hate/bias crimes. Muslims comprise 7 percent of Toronto’s population and were the target of 24 percent of the religious-based incidents.