From their "Special Report to Parliament: Freedom of Expressionand Freedom from Hate in the Internet Age":
1) Keep Section 13.
2) Amend CHRA so def. of "hate" is in accordance with Tayler.
3) Lack on intent provision is no big deal, as Commission "routinely considers the context of an alleged hate message."
4) No statutory requirement for legal representation (a point Ezra never acknowledges), but costs can be awarded "in exceptional circumstances where the Tribunal finds that a party has abused the Tribunal process." As has already been done at least once in B.C.
5) Amend CHRA to more swiftly dismiss "section 13 complaints when messages do not meet the narrow definition of hatred or contempt."
6) Continue to let individuals (in addition to the commission) file complaints.
7) Move to end "forum shopping", which in any event is a rare occurrence.
8) Repeal section allowing fines against section 13 complaints. Keep penalties (paid to complainant).
Here's the full .pdf.