Family says ‘stress’ of court case over chemo for aboriginal girl ‘uncalled for’

The family of an aboriginal girl who was at the centre of a court case about whether she should be removed from her family and given chemotherapy says the stress of the case… Continue reading

Starbucks Canada ducks religious freedom request

TORONTO – Starbucks Canada has ducked a request to defend the freedom of its emplyees to wear faith-related jewellery. In response to a November 4 inquiry from the Canadian Council for Religious Freedom… Continue reading

A Muslim cleric’s checklist for tolerance: Editorial

CALGARY – It’s a sign of just how ignorant some Canadians are of Islam’s basic tenets that a prominent Calgary cleric feels the need to come up with a “checklist” to help steer… Continue reading

CCRF to Starbucks: Protect Freedom for Employees

TORONTO – In response to CNN reports that Starbucks coffee shops have instituted an employee ban on certain types of jewellery, the Canadian Council for Religious Freedom today contacted the corporation to demand… Continue reading

CCRF Chair Calls On Global News to Act On Reporter’s Anti-Faith Bigotry

TORONTO - Global News reporter Christina Stevens should be held to account for her disgraceful anti-faith attacks, made during a recent interview with a Toronto District School Board trustee, says the Canadian Council of… Continue reading

Albertans’ anti-Christian bigotry is shocking

CALGARY – The most shocking thing about Alberta Premier Jim Prentice’s new cabinet isn’t that he has chosen two unelected cabinet ministers, though that’s generating a lot of buzz to be sure. What’s… Continue reading

Law Society of New Brunswick members vote against accrediting B.C. law school over same-sex covenant

FREDERICTON — Members of the Law Society of New Brunswick have passed a resolution directing its council not to accredit a controversial law school that has been proposed in British Columbia. In a… Continue reading

Organizers say Toronto’s Jesus Parade is on the march again, but city hedges

TORONTO – Toronto’s Jesus Parade is back on, says its chief promoter Charles McVety of Canada Christian College, but city officials say there are several hurdles that could be show-stoppers if not overcome.… Continue reading

CCRF Chair Confronts Toronto Star Writer on Anti-Faith Bigotry

TORONTO – The chair of a noted human rights organization has taken to task a Toronto Star journalist over alleged anti-religious bigotry in a recent article. Father Geoffrey Korz, Chair of the Canadian… Continue reading

Nanaimo council’s come-to-Jesus moment

Once politicians have exhausted all other alternatives, they can be counted on to do the right thing. Nanaimo’s city council is proof of that. On May 5, they passed a shocking anti-Christian motion,… Continue reading