The proof of just how stacked the ["human rights"] tribunal process has been comes from the CHRC's conviction rate: From the time Section 13 was added to the human rights act in 1977 until it began to attract the ire of Storseth (and others, such as Sun News' Ezra Levant) in 2009, no person charged under Section 13 had ever been acquitted. In other words, the CHRC had a 100% conviction rate on hate-speech complaints.
No doubt that rate was the envy of many Third World dictators.No doubt. It was certainly embraced by the puny tin-pot Napoleons-in-their-own-minds among us.
Update: Of course, for reasons of political correctness, some types of hate speech will never be prosecuted.