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The task force had just had a meeting, where, Haskell said, “I’ve removed myself …
It’s incomprehensible I could move forward knowing this is a masturbatory exercise.“I’m removing myself until Wilfrid Laurier rescinds this policy.
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In the wake of that experience, Shepherd formed The Laurier Society for Open Inquiry (LSOI), with the goal of bringing controversial speakers and events to campus.
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He said the ,473 charge “reflects the additional costs for security, safety and related items.”He didn’t address the Post’s question that since it’s mostly left-leaning groups which protest, charging conservative groups is akin to a tax.
Jessop, who sent Mc Nally the notes, didn’t reply to an email.
At Laurier, she was to discuss the question, “Does University Indigenization Threaten Open Inquiry?
”But Wednesday, the LSOI sponsoring faculty member, economics prof Will Mc Nally, was told two things within three minutes — first that Laurier’s new booking policy is to charge “all additional costs” to the sponsoring club or faculty member and second, that the Widdowson event would require “a fee of ,473” for security. In a note to among others Paul Jessop, the academic vice-president, and task force chair Rob Gordon Thursday morning, Haskell said the demand is “in contravention of the requirements of Laurier’s draft Free Expression statement.”Released just last week, that document offers at best a milquetoast commitment to what it calls “inclusive freedom” of expression, but coupled with what Haskell says is Gordon’s “very fair” approach, it was enough to keep him on the job – but no longer.“I could not carry on,” Haskell told the National Post in a phone interview Thursday.