Here is my favourite part of the interview. They are discussing the Maclean's piece:
Q: For a moment, let's agree that the piece is not only inflammatory, but, you know, fundamentally fascistic. Let's start with that as a premise.admission against interest
Q: Before you filed the petition, did you consider that you would be seen as intolerant of other views - and worse than that, by using the tools of Canada's liberal democracy to stifle dissent, that you were in fact realizing his very predictions, which is that Islam is, you know, is going to use the very tools of our society to take control over us all?
A: I actually, that possibility never crossed my mind...
n. an admission of the truth of a fact by any person, but especially by the parties to a lawsuit, when a statement obviously would do that person harm, be embarrassing, or be against his/her personal or business interests. Another party can quote in court an admission against interest even though it is only hearsay.
(Yes, I know, she is not a party to any complaint, and I also know the Human Rights Tribunals don't operate according to the same laws of evidence as the courts. I just thought it was an interesting statement.)