Tag Archive: Supreme Court

Dan Delmar: PQ leaders know their secularism plan is illegal. They just don’t care

The Parti Québécois (PQ) has fired the first of many shots in its apparent battle against cultural and religious minorities; a battle which will culminate with the release of what promises to be… Continue reading

André Schutten: Even the faithful are citizens

The National Post article by Clayton Ruby and Gerald Chan, speaking against Trinity Western University (TWU) and its proposed law school, made for interesting reading. But it not a clear representation of Canadian… Continue reading

Editorial: Loyola’s Freedom of Religion

Ray Pennings is Executive Vice President of Cardus, and writes for their online journal, the Cardus Daily. Canada’s Supreme Court will hear a case next spring that will greatly impact the future choices… Continue reading

Dying – and killing – in a ‘free and informed manner’

Bill 52 sets out rules for health officials to follow when medically assisted death is requested QUEBEC — Quebec is taking a bold step, the first by a Canadian province, toward giving dying… Continue reading

Christians’ discrimination cases rejected by EU human rights court

The European court of human rights in Strasbourg The three Christians had sought to resolve their cases in the Grand Chamber of the European court of human rights in Strasbourg, its final arbiter.… Continue reading

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