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Nov 19, 2017


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A teaching assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario was punished for showing a televised debate featuring Jordan Peterson as they likened him to that really bad guy from WWII Germany.*
*Using the name will get me demonetized most likely
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Lindsay finds a clue.


Faith Goldy’s talk at Wilfrid Laurier was cancelled. And a damn good thing, too

The talk, titled Ethnocide: Multiculturalism and European Canadian Identity, was brought to the university by an unofficial student club named Laurier Society for Open Inquiry, co-founded by Lindsay Shepherd. Laurier’s decision to allow such a toxic event, ultimately cancelled by a pulled fire alarm, was a devastating move writes Shree Paradkar.


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Former Wilfrid Laurier TA Lindsay Shepherd, who released audio of meeting, sued by profs: lawyer

Maham Abedi

Dec. 28 2018

Former Wilfrid Laurier University teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd is being sued by two professors who say she should bear the responsibility of a defamation suit against them, according to her lawyer.

Nathan Rambukkana and Herbert Pimlott, who teach at the university, were sued by controversial University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson in June, after it was revealed that they compared his opinions to those of Adolf Hitler.

The statements by Rambukkana and Pimlott, made during a closed-door meeting, were recorded by Shepherd and subsequently released to Global News.

Shepherd’s lawyer, Howard Levitt, told Global News that the Laurier professors say Shepherd had control over the recording and the distribution of the conversation — so she should be responsible for any damages the statements caused.



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Nov 21, 2017


Lindsay Shepherd, a first-year Communications Studies teaching assistant, engaged students in a debate on gender and language with a three-minute clip from The Agenda. It featured an exchange between University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson and sexual diversity studies instructor Nicholas Matte. The subject matter included Peterson’s criticism of U of T administration as authoritarian for insisting instructors refer to students by the gender pronoun of their choice. Shepherd’s students then discussed the issue in class.
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