Tag Archive: justice

Kelly McParland: Quebec judge strikes a blow against the scourge of secular fundamentalists

Judge Bernard Mandeville showed so much sense in ruling on a case of “public worship” in Montreal on Wednesday, it’s almost enough to revive your faith in the courts. After three-year legal battle,… Continue reading

Rex Murphy: Choosing self-esteem over freedom of speech

Welcome to Canada, land of never-speaking-ill-of-a-marginalized-group free-ish speech. You can say what you like in Canada — to yourself, in a low voice. According to our Supreme Court, free speech is secondary to… Continue reading

Supreme Court Upholds Censorship

Ezra Levant has plenty to say about the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold censorship, and their shutdown of mainstream religious freedom. Watch Levant’s comments here:  

Supreme Court muzzles free speech in Canada, rules against Catholic pro-family activist

OTTAWA – Canada’s top court has released an unanimous decision today that critics say has struck a monumental blow against freedom of speech, opinion, and religion across the country. The court ordered the… Continue reading

Manitoba poised to demand faith-based independent schools allow gay-straight alliances

Manitoba appears set to demand faith-based independent schools allow gay-straight alliances, sparking complaints it will be a threat to their freedom of religion. The province may well be the first to require private… Continue reading

THE REASONS CANADA NEEDS AN OFFICE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

Sun News reporter John Robson provides the straight goods on the reasons Canada needs its new Office for Religious Freedom.

Guilty plea in anti-Christian attack

A man accused of shooting a security guard inside the downtown Washington headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group pleaded guilty Wednesday in connection with the shooting. Floyd Corkins pleaded guilty to one federal… Continue reading

Tribunal considers whether atheism a creed

ST. CATHARINES – Is atheism a creed, therefore deserving protection under the Ontario Human Rights Code? Versions of that question dominated a high-profile tribunal held in St. Catharines Wednesday. Rene Chouinard seeks to… Continue reading

Chris Selly: Religious education under fire across Canada

“You can’t extricate the faith. It’s woven throughout the fabric of the school.” These are the words of an Ontario Catholic school board spokesperson, responding to a father’s demands that his son be… Continue reading

The future of Ontario education under Wynne

Teresa Pierre, CCRF Director and founder of Parents As First Educators (PAFE), joins Sun TV’s Michael Coren to discuss the future of religious freedom in Ontario’s public and Catholic schools. View the video… Continue reading